I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar!

If you frequent this fantabulous blog, you know that there is one day a week I dread.

Thursday, to me, is the equivalent of opening the fridge to find nothing to eat. In both situations, I panic and think, “What am I going to do?!”

I hardly ever have something to blog about on Thursdays because the rest of my weekdays are themed and basically write themselves. But, thanks to my desperate need for caffeine, I find myself wide awake while everyone else is the house is fast asleep. Because of this, I’ve been watching a lot of documentaries on Netflix. Last week, I watched a three-part mini series titled: Makers: Women Who Make America.

While I felt like some of my (and my family/friends’) life choices were coming under fire and some of my values being attacked, I was still inspired by the stories of these women. This got me thinking about just how far we’ve come–and still have to go–in society and culture. So I thought of a new blog theme:

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Her’s Day Thursday!

Every Thursday I will highlight a woman–past, present; famous, not famous, or maybe even infamous–that has helped shape the world, her country, her community, or her family. I can’t wait to share the amazing women I’ve researched and I hope that their stories will encourage, inspire, and drive you to make a difference in someone’s life.

Get excited, people.

One thought on “I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar!

  1. Please tell the truth about Lady Godiva! She didn’t necessarily ride through the streets naked, but she was a huge benefactor of the masses! And don’t forget Elizabeth I! And Amy Poehler! And Tina Fey! And J.K. Rowling! And Caitlin Moran! And Nora Ephron! Patti Smith! Ani Difranco! Pu**y Riot! Elizabeth Barrett Browning! Christina Rosetti! Harriet Martineau! George Eliot! Catherine the Great! Katherine Hepburn! Benazir Bhutto! Elizabeth Warren! omgtherearesomany!!!!

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