We all need “protection circles” ~ to be surrounded by people who are there for us ~ to celebrate the good times and to weather stormy seas. Yet, by definition, […]
Our intrepid photographer Carole May >won two prizes in the Essence of Bellingham (WA) photography contest! Congratulations and way to go, Carole! As Elizabeth Wiggs says, “Yippee, Skippy!” Carole received […]
We’re three months old today. We’ve been chugging along like the little engine that could. I’ve had more visitors than I ever dreamed. So, I’m doing a happy dance!
We all have talents. My hope is that while visiting this web site you will be inspired to leverage your talents to change the current domestic violence paradigm. While we may not be feminist activists like Gloria Steinem, we can certainly accept her invitation to do one outrageous act in the cause of simple justice. She believes we’ll discover the world will be a better place and we’ll have fun in the process.
To celebrate Ms. Steinmen’s 75th birthday, the Ms. Foundation launched their Outrageous Acts campaign which flows from Ms. Steinem’s essays in Outrageous Acts and Everyday Rebellions.
In my Life Rafts section, I’ve told the stories of celebrities and famous people who have survived tough times yet gone on to thrive and find joy. This story is about Carole May, the proverbial girl next door. We met at our apartment complex swimming pool. She’s a teacher by profession who spent her career with the Brooklyn diocese in New York City. Here in Washington State, she is the web goddess for David Lanz, a Grammy nominated pianist.
I’m celebrating Gloria Steinem’s 75th birthday by doing an outrageous act. . .shamelessly promoting the launch of the new web site (WhalesandSails.com) of my friend Carole May, a New York […]