This feeling is not based on Party or Policy or anything else you may feel the need to argue with me about. Please, be kind. I am tired.
• there’s glitter on the floor after the party • Last night, I rang in the new year with local friends at a neighborhood pub. We got all dressed up, did up our make-up, suffered in very tall high heels, and drank way too much champagne. The pub had a free (delicious and varied!) buffet dinnerContinue reading “• 313 • well, here we go again •”
If you’ve been asking yourself “what’s next?” since the Presidential Election (and I don’t blame you if haven’t – we’ve all needed to grieve and move on in our own ways) – here’s a list of orgs that could use your time, your network, and your money: – NAACP & NAACP Legal Defense Fund –Continue reading “(305) What’s next?”
We here in Massachusetts are a lucky bunch. We have an incredible group of talented, passionate, liberal professionals running for our state offices this year. I do, however, have to make a choice about who I’m supporting. Next month is the Massachusetts state Primaries, s such, I’m proud to discuss which campaigns and candidates I’mContinue reading “#328; one month until #MApoli’s Primaries”
Women’s History Month is in full swing here in the US & I have to say, maybe I’m biased being a woman and all, but it’s one of my favorites along with Black History Month (February) and Mental Health Awareness Month (May). The state of whiteness and maleness in US history education (at least inContinue reading “#323; Women’s History Month in Boston”
Christmas is days away, and then a new year comes to town with all of its promise and excitement. This time of year is always nice (despite my Grinchy tendencies) with families coming together, long distance friends reaching out, and so many of us taking the time to express our gratitude and count our blessings.Continue reading “#315; 2013 & Me”