Everything we do matters, we just don’t know what it will be. Which is why we need to do things that matter. -Gloria Steinem
Hello all you beautiful human beings. You marched. You raised your voices in unity. History books will show pictures of you, with your fists, and your signs held high. Standing side by side with humans of every color, religion, ethnicity, culture, sexual identity, age. We put aside our differences, and came together in every way … Continued
Helen Reddy is my She’ro. My loving, handsome husband raising me up and raising everyone around him up without even being asked; he just acts! I love this man for not only getting me through this but for loving me through this and on the day of Women’s March Los Angeles he was of service. … Continued
The power of 32. Size is irrelevant. It is the intention. I have never felt more connected with humanity than I do in this moment. Thank you Nova Scotia!!
The night before the march I walked the route and I burned sage to clear the space. I wanted to set an intention for what my vision had been for this since day one. . I envisioned peace, harmony, respect, love and a radical healing to occur today. 750,000 people filled the streets in DTLA today … Continued
2.9 MILLION! SO PROUD OF HUMANITY.
Seeing all of the pictures of Women’s Marches around the world, I have never been so full in my entire existence. My heart, my mind, my soul, everything is bursting with love for humanity.
Hello all, I hope you are doing well. This is a first for me in 31 years of owning my business. I will close my studio on Saturday, January 21, 2017 so that I may be present at The Women’s March Los Angeles. It has been an honor to be one of the organizers of … Continued
I went to Aaron Brothers today and noticed all the shelves were empty that were once filled with poster board. I had to share this. Profound side effect of this movement we are all part of. I think something’s happening people. Something good is happening. Let’s focus on that. Let’s all simply be the … Continued
My mother always taught me to speak the truth. I am proud to be a truth speaker. Thanks mom.