Happy SPRING! Enjoy these stories of bravery, determination, innovation, trash transformed into art, women doing what they were told they could never do, beautiful pictures of girls going to school and many others! YAY!
10 August, 2015. Late morning, inspiration. The month of August here at Project:Women is dedicated to “Travels, Adventures, and Time for Self”. This story wasn’t the one I was planning to write. Not at all… but sometimes you just have to go with the flow of the mysterious muse and let it happen. This morning I read a beautiful post that Jamie B. wrote in honor of the wedding anniversary of my husband and I, and it inspired me so deeply that I sat down to write. Those are the moments we dream of, as writers. For the words to just flow out, naturally and quickly. Ha, come to think of it, it’s rather like birthing a baby. You desire for it to be quick and pain-free, but often it isn’t. Often it is a labor of love (and of course childbirth is literally that!) But no matter how easily or not-so-easily those words may come out, it is yet another kind of challenge to share them. To share the words of the heart is to …
Suffragette City, a baby in a car, Nikola Tesla was a feminist? Perfection isn’t real and a timelapse skyline.
(and 8 is my favorite number-yay!)
They say the first year of marriage is the hardest … even the first few months have proven to be challenging. Often, we write about the peaks of our relationship milestones, but in the in-between — “in the meantime” — there are valleys you dip into, plateaus you endure and straight up sheer cliffs you fall off of from time to time. And these are the times when you have to face things, walk the plank, stare at your own reflection … and deal.