Women’s History Month comes along in March. You’re probably thinking of such as Betsy Ross, Florence Nightingale, Mother Teresa or . . .? Maybe it’s just my sense of finding hidden messages in the most unlikely places, but I find it interesting that March is Women’s History Month. Throughout the history of America, women have marched30
I never thought I’d make it to 60, but according to my birth certificate, shortly after midnight last night, I made it. I slept through it, but I woke up to love, flowers, gifts, tons of well wishes and a day full of joy and blessings. Then I began thinking. Today I am celebrating my30
This is a very busy time of year for any and all of those working against domestic violence, or to bring more awareness to the public regarding this wicked thing. How did it start? Visit the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) website to learn the story behind it. WHY do we continue to acknowledge30
In her early 20s she was beaten in the head with a hammer, doused with kerosene and set ablaze. She shared how, with third-degree burns over 80% of her body, she prayed to God to live. That’s all she asked for… the chance to live and raise her two children. God heard her prayer and through sheer miracle, she survived.