{Wonder Woman Series #1} Wonder Woman Herself!

When I was little, I wanted to be a super hero (some of you know this), I begged my mum to send me to school in my Wonder Woman costume just in case someone should happen to need my help - she didn't buy it, but sometimes I hid my costume underneath my clothes and I would go to school on watch for danger. This watch usually involved me taking a seat out in the hallway or in the corner, like the time I slapped the bully who was controlling all the toys & deciding who would & wouldn't get them, well I wasn't having any of it & swiftly gave her a slap (I don't condone violence these days) and liberated those toys for all the other children. Wonder woman would have been proud (though, not for the slapping really) I learned from her to stand up for what's right & that women could be strong too. Lately in the world, women haven't been getting treated so well or treating themselves well, so I wanted to create a series that celebrates women & encourages us that anything is possible & that we've done great things in this world. It's about women who have inspired me or you to become who we are. This series will also include your everyday ladies, some of which I have already begun interviewing (If you haven't been asked yet, you may just get asked in the future). So, this isn't just about famous women, but all women!  I hope you'll enjoy it & feel free to nominate women yourself! 

Have a great day flowers
xoxoxo



***Mini Bio***

Wonder Woman is a fictional DC Comics super heroine created by psychologist and writer William Moulton Marston. She first appeared in All Star Comics #8 (December 1941). The Wonder Woman title has been published by DC Comics almost continuously except for a brief hiatus in 1986. Her depiction as a heroine fighting for justice, love, peace, and sexual equality has also led to Wonder Woman being widely considered a feminist icon.
Wonder Woman is a warrior princess of the Amazons (based on the Amazons of Greek mythology) and is known in her homeland as Diana of Themyscira. She is gifted with a wide range of superhuman powers and superior combat and battle skills. She also possesses an arsenal of weapons, including the Lasso of Truth, a pair of indestructible bracelets, a tiara which serves as a projectile, and, in some stories, an invisible aeroplane.
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“This is the Golden Lasso. Besides being made from an indestructible material, it also carries with it the power to compel people to tell the truth. Use it well, and with compassion.” – Queen Hippolyte (played by Cloris Leachman)


“If it means interfering in an ensconced, outdated system, to help just one woman, man or child… I'm willing to accept the consequences.” -Wonder Woman #170



“What was it that John Lennon said? ‘Love is the flower you’ve got to let grow.’ Let it grow already, and quit trying to legislate it!”  -Wonder Woman #200


“Please take my hand. I give it to you as a gesture of friendship and love, and of faith freely given. I give you my hand and welcome you into my dream.” -Wonder Woman #167


“Go in peace my daughter. And remember that, in a world of ordinary mortals, you are a Wonder Woman.” Queen Hippolyte

82 comments

  1. I love that you went to school wearing a Wonder Woman outfit under your uniform - it's hilarious and great at the same time. Of course we don't condone violence as adults, but when confronting a bully sometimes the only way to deal with them is to fight fire with fire ;-) Have a lovely day xo

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  2. OHH Kizzy I love it. I never really saw wonder woman as a child, guess it never made it big in Denmark. We grew up on PIPPI longstocking - she too is a super girl (but also rather naughty:) she helped the weaker kids too, so perhaps similar anyways. Look forward to reading about fab women - have a superb day lovely doll,
    Acc

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  3. Hello:
    All very jolly and great fun. We love the idea of your 'slapping' down the bully responsible for the distribution of the toys!!

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  4. Great Post!

    This is really nice and you also found great pictures :)

    This is a cool post girl :D:D

    xxx

    Jen

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  5. Great post. I would never have had the confidence to be a child 'Wonder Woman' but I love how my confidence has grown and is growing with age. Perhaps I will don my cape soon ... !! Looking forward to reading about more of your 'wonder women'. M xx

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  6. What a great idea Kizzy!! Looking forward to read your interviews!!
    BTW as a child I also loved Wonder Woman!!
    xoxo
    Patricia

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  7. Thank you very much dear :)

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    Coline !

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  8. I love this post Doll, Wonder Woman is such a bastion of beauty that I definitely can understand why she's in this series. I love the idea of the series too.

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  9. Oh amazing! I love the concept of a Hall Of Muses post series and this one is great, I never read the Wonder Woman comics so some of those quotes surprised me. What a (wonder) woman!

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  10. nice post.. i'm dreaming to be a wonder woman when i was a kid. lol!

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  11. Love that story about you and the toy-bully! Haha! I don't like violence either, but since kids are like they are, I'm sure she could handle you slapping her without being ruined for the rest of her life. ;) Glad you had the courage to stand up to her! I have always been a defender of the week too - even though I never really wanted to be a superhero. It just happened. But standing up for the bullied ones in school made me a victim of the evil ones too in the end. But I guess it's these things that have made us into Wonder Women today! ;D At least I really feel you could put that costume on today and make it justice! To me you really ARE a Wonder Woman, and I'm sure you help a lot of people feel better about themselves through your blog! *Muah* :-*

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  12. Sounds like a wonderful series, and always great to celebrate women ... definitely a good thing! I was Wonder Woman only for Halloween one time, haha! And, I never actually watched it until I was older. Wishing you a joyous week dear! xx

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  13. Great photos!
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  14. I love her ! This wonder woman is out of this world !!!
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  15. lovely post! I like comic books and though I wasn't familair with wonder women as a child, I'm ready to embrace that attitude any day;)

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  16. she´s gorgeous, my sister use to wear the wonder women custom LOL! when we were kids jajajaja
    kisses
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  17. oh how i love wonder woman! i have a coffee mug with her on it to indulge my adult side, but back in the day, her halloween costume was a must!...complete with the cape!

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  18. I really loved her when I was younger (still do :3)!
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    x, Lara
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    1. :) I remember her too, so cool. Maybe do a post on her in the future!! x

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  19. One of my favorite heroes and I love how she was the princess that could kick booty!

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  20. Your story is awesome Kizzy! I thought Wonder Woman was so cool as a child as well. You're right that as women, we should be empowering ourselves. Your girls are really lucky to have such a strong role model in their mummy :)

    Happy Wednesday!
    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  21. Sounds like a great series you're starting. So sweet that you wore your WW costume under your clothes and "fought crime" at school.

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  22. Such an inspiring post! I loved comics as a kid and Wonder Woman was always a favorite, we were both tall amazons of some kind. I hope you are having a good week!

    -Nico

    www.Satinandsalt.com

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  23. And Linda Carter was the perfect Wonder Woman I'd say!

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  24. I love wonder woman! I am still waiting for them to do a movie on it. She is a great icon for woman everywhere! And that's cute you wore the costume under your clothes! That sounds like something my son would do hahahaha Have a great Wednesday!

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  25. I love wonder Woman, the actress is stunning!!!
    xoxo

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  26. i loved wonder woman when i was a kid too! :D haha i love how you took action with the bully! :D

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  27. Ha! I love the whimsy of this post. And I also know a guy or two who adored Wonder Woman--I mean, literally she was their dream girl! Hope you are having a wonderful week!
    xo Mary Jo

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  28. this is such an inspiring post! I love wonderwomen and the actress for her here is beautiful!

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  29. WOW! Linda Carter is so gorgeous! She definitely played the role well, I remember watching reruns of this when I was a kid.

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  30. Good for you for trying to do right .. and stop the bully! I can imagine the power you felt as a little girl as you secretly wore the costume beneath your clothes:)

    What a fun super hero to admire! My nephew used to dress up as Wonder Woman all the time. It was hysterical. He's now married with two kids and we will occasionally revisit that era of his life :) Lol!
    xxL

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  32. Fabulous post, my dearest friend.
    Have a wonderful day.
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  33. Oh, I'm in love with her now after reading this. I really want to get my hands on an old comic. She's so cool!

    And look at the size of her waist!

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  34. Awwwwww I grew up admiring & wishing to be like her too!!!!

    REBECCA
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  35. Is there anyone more badass than her? I think not.

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  36. Kizzy, you are WONDER WOMAN doll! HAHAHA You are always there to save the day! GOD needs to give you some wings, so you can touch everyone's lives. But hey, he's started you off with this blog. Your voice reaches many. Girl, I was a fan of Linda Carter when I was young. I thought she was so beautiful! I was a faithful watcher of Wonder Woman. So this is going to be awesome. Side Note: Your post will go up next week. I wanted it up for tomorrow, but I still need to do descriptions and I wanted to do a couple of gifs. I am so enjoying the things you sent me. I'm eating one of the fruit candies right now. HAHAHA It tastes sooooo good. And girl, the chocolate over there is awesome! Hope you're having a great week doll. ((hug))
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  37. I want to be wonder woman! Or better - a real witch ( a white one of course!). I feel i do need superpowers, because i want to do so many things - and time flies .... have a super day!

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  38. Loved Wonder Woman! She was indeed a super hero for young girls back in the day! I think wearing your Wonder Woman costume beneath your clothes to school is cute! I'm glad you stood up for the other kids and kept the bully from hogging all the toys. While slapping would get you into trouble now if you did it in school, I still think that bullies need to be called out! There is way to much that goes on in schools that cause great trauma to little kids and teenagers. Some kids are just down right mean.

    Have a great weekend sweetie!

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  39. superb compilation ! I didn't know that much about golden lasso though, which was quite interesting to read !
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  40. What a wonderful story! I haven't actually seen Wonder woman, they've never showed it on TV here in Finland. But the actress is really beautiful. Such a great series you're starting, I look forward to reading it!

    Happy weekend to you!

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  41. lol, @ u hid your costume underneath your clothes, great that you helped other kids to get their toys that makes you a ''super woman'' omg!!! am lurvn your post.

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  42. She was so pretty! The part was perfect for her :)

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  43. She is still so gorgeous! I love Linda Carter - she is the icon of a strong and powerful woman!

    XO
    Pearls & Paws

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  44. It's cute that you used to wear the costume under your clothes! Good for you for slapping the bully :p

    Corinne x
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  45. i love the idea of you wearing your costume covertly under your clothes in school - definite wonder women potential from a little girl, they are the little girls this world needs! this series sounds like a great idea - can't wait to read more
    xox

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  46. Believe it or not, this is the first time I've learned anything about Wonder Woman. I mean, I knew the character existed, but I knew absolutely NOTHING. Thanks for enlightening me. :) I'm SO thrilled about this new series. It is the coolest idea ever and I can't wait for the next one!

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  47. I love her! I wanted to be just like her when I was little! Totally iconic! Thanks for sharing!

    xx
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  48. actually i've never seen the wonder woman.
    i really liked the story that you went to school wearing a WW outfit under your uniform!

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  49. Loved your post!!
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  50. We´re a bit young for wonder woman but we definetively know the series. She was a sex simbol back then and nowadays has become kind off an icon! GIRL POWER!!! hah

    Great post!
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  51. OMG!!! I've always wanted to be a super hero!!!!!! I want someone to a cartoon of me as one... Hahaha!!! Love it!

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  52. this is such an interesting post and she is indeed a great icon

    xoxo
    style frontier

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  53. I appreciate very much this series of posts. So many heroic women come to my mind, starting from mothers, who give to the world the gift of a new life and still undergo a lot of social pressure because so much is expected of them. And women who are not yet mothers, or are not going to be, and undergo the same social pressure because of what is expected of them. I have personally experienced that as a woman you have to answer questions like: so when are you going to have a/another baby?are you going to work longer hours now that your daughter is older?don't you think you should work less now that you have a daughter?I'm sure no man is asked any of it.Don't you agree??love sweetie

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    1. Thank you so much for this heart felt comment... you get what I'm trying to do & I understand you completely!! A man is never asked any of it. I just hope this series will give light to other women to be happy & ok with who they are!! We do just as much as men, so we deserve to be treated equally!! hope you are well doll. love xx

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  54. I LOVE wonderwoman! oh to be able to walk around in that spangly starry outfit all day!

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    1. You can, doesn't matter what anyone else might say ;)

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  55. might get some funny looks though...

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  56. WOW! I remember Linda Carter and how she was just so stunning beyond words! Lovely pics . . .

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  57. I like that we have strong, powerful and heroic female icons like her. we need more! :)

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    Metallic Paws

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  58. Great inspiration and I want her glasses!

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  59. Ah here we have Wonder Woman. She is so beautiful and cool. :-D I love heroines! As a child I always wanted to be like Jeannie from I Dream of Jeannie, she is not really a heroine but has her special powers too. Xena was another strong woman I admired as a child. I wanted to have her beautiful corset all the time.I think I didn't see Wonder Woman back then unfortunately. I love the last two pictures with her funny faces.

    Your interview project sounds great! Of course I love to take part, whenever you want me to! Thank you for your encouraging words, you are really the sunshine of my day.

    Love, Sara xx

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  60. That series of posts sounds like a very good idea and one much needed nowadays! I didn't know almost anything about wonderwoman so it was interesting to learn that she's such a kickass woman :)

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