Women's History Month

FourLeafCloverMarch is the time of year when we stop to remember and honor the women who went before us. Some of the women we remember are in our own families…mothers, aunt, grandmothers, sisters – women who showed us how to live and what’s important about life. Other women we think about are the ones who paved a new way for us to walk, or unlocked doors that had previously been closed to us, or broke through glass ceilings so we could climb higher.
Women’s History Month is also about honoring your own history. It’s a good time to talk to your kids and tell them your story – and record it, so they have it for their history.
Finally, after a long winter (and this one was particularly hard for many women), it’s time to revive and rejeuvenate your own life…so you can make more history. During this month, I’ll be helping you to remember how to do that – so check back to read new blog posts. Some of them have exercises, and when they do, follow the instructions.
I am going to notice the lights of the earth, the sun and the moon and the stars, the lights of our candles as we march, the lights with which spring teases us, the light that is already present. Anne Lamott.

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