Jane Fonda joined me on Mondays with Marlo to talk about her career, activism, fitness programs, and more! click here to watch the video Share This Post Previous ArticleTOO MANY PEOPLENext ArticleTweets on 2011-05-17 6 Comments Timothy Dougherty May 17, 2011, 2:41 am Hello Jane , A nice idea a online media spot, we well see more and more of his coming up in the near future. I do feel that I bet there was some good out-takes going on , and was wondering about the edit. I recall that you did this interview alittle time back- anyway both of did a good job and was worth a look about. with love and care, Log in to reply Daniel Garrett May 17, 2011, 2:35 pm Jane – I recall from your memoir that you liked to fly fish and when I watched the interview with Marlo T, this poem came to mind for you. I hope you enjoy it! Best, DG The River by David Kherdian The way we fished for bullheads was simple: hook, line, bobber, cane pole and worm. The murky, brown water of Root River is where they hid and waited our return. The bobber was red & white. At the first bite it danced then ran, before going under—and I knew that if it stayed under the fish was on. Hooking them (they almost always swallowed the bait) was one thing, getting the hook out without getting hooked oneself on their lateral and frontal barbs was quite another. That was the solitary fishing that few enjoyed as much as me. I didn’t understand then what I needed in equal parts was excitement, activity and adventure— and more important than any of these, solitude, in which my being could be nourished in silence. That silence in which the imagination, unbidden, comes to life. Fishing alone brought all of this together, because it included living beings, the mystery of life from another realm that I could pursue with my body my imagination and my mind, marveling at what I found, not knowing what any of it could mean or did mean, or would mean, as I slowly moved through the opening days of my life Log in to reply tacmac May 18, 2011, 1:29 pm Wow, Jane – loved this interview. Thanks for the “there is more than one way to live a life” – my new mantra! Log in to reply Dolores Wetter May 20, 2011, 3:29 am HI JANE, I LOVE YOUR BOOK; “MY LIFE SO FAR.” YOU HAVE ENRICHED MY LIFE JUST READING YOUR BOOK. IT IS SOPHISTICATED, SENSITIVE, REAL, WARM, PASSIONATE, SAD, EVERYTHING THAT MAKES US HUMAN. THANK YOU. DOLORES Log in to reply Jenny May 26, 2011, 3:41 am There aren’t too many actresses with a career that can rival the quality, success and longevity of Jane Fonda’s. I’ve seen the majority of your films and most recently “the morning after”, you look almost exactly the same now as you did 25 years ago in that movie! Log in to reply Brandon Wallace May 27, 2011, 6:47 am You know, Jane, I think you should get a talk show. Log in to reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.