Wow, Vogue. Just Wow. I've waiting a few days to cool down and collect my thoughts before commenting on this article. If you haven't read the article Vogue printed about the awful state of white, republican women, you can read it HERE. I don't know whether to be disgusted, incensed, or whether to laugh at … Continue reading Vogue: A study in conformity and hypocrisy
November's sky is chill and drear, November's leaf is red and sear. ~Sir Walter Scott November is only half over, but a lot has happened, hasn't it? The election fallout is still falling out and I'm both surprised and saddened by the behavior of some people from both sides. This quote may sum up November … Continue reading November reflections
Ninety-three years ago, in 1919, the House of Representatives passed a proposed Amendment to the Constitution with a 304 to 90 vote: The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any States on account of sex. The Congress shall have the power … Continue reading Happy Anniversary, Women!
Are you a woman? Did you vote in the last election? No? Why not? Forgot? Too tired? Too busy? Running late for….? The kids were crabby? Didn’t have a babysitter? It was my turn to carpool? Stopping wasn’t convenient? Didn’t care about the issues? It was raining/snowing/too hot/ too cold? You've probably seen the email … Continue reading The kids were crabby and it was raining