“To the people taking my life, May God have mercy on your souls, may God bless your souls. To the McHale family; I am not responsible for what happened that night. I did not have a gun. I did not kill your son, brother, father. I am innocent.”—Troy Davis’ last words (via dreamhampton1)
A moment to breathe, be thankful, remember, reflect, hug your kids, your dad. Hug a stranger. Breathe life into that promise u made to yourself to change your country, change your world. Be a beacon for love, a beacon for peace, a beacon for change. Rise up in love.
I love you, New York.
“I always tell the girls, never take it seriously, if you never take it seriously, you never get hurt, you never get hurt, you always have fun, and if you ever get lonely, just go to the record store and visit your friends.”—
Your response to the eating disorder question was great! Have you read a book called "Female Chauvenist Pigs?" I suspect you might not like some of what it says about "raunch culture," but it has a broader theme about the way our culture equates "girl" with "inferior" and pushes girls to either hyper-sexualize or deny their femaleness (in business, "be one of the boys"). It's a good read for both you and your husband.
Thanks so much. I have not read it, but I would love to.