As 2018 is wrapping up, a lot of us are spending time reflecting. This year has been full of so many personal battles and celebrations alongside national battles and celebrations. While women have set records and made history, it’s still difficult to overlook some of the heart breaking legislation that’s been passed, the infuriating fear mongering, and the lack of empathy we see in so many.
It’s almost November. 2018 has been one of the fastest years of my life. I’d say the last two years have been absolute whirlwinds with major personal change and major political change. Obviously, not all change is great and not all change is bad. While our country still sits in a divisive climate, I’m going to keep celebrating. So here’s to the strong women of September!
When I was a little girl, I hated wearing dresses. You can ask my mom how many Sunday mornings I screamed and cried as she slipped a floral dress over my head and slapped on a pair of white tights and lace socks. As a teenager, I went through phases of v necks, band tee’s, and oversized hoodies. Now, as an adult, I still refrain from wearing dresses. I’m most comfortable in a loose t and black jeans.