Last Saturday, millions of women, men, and children from all walks of life and every corner of the globe (seriously, all seven continents!) gathered and marched in solidarity to fight the injustices suffered by women, Blacks and Latinos, the LGBTQ community, and Muslims. They marched for equal pay, for Black Lives Matter, for a person's right to love whomever they want, for the right to worship freely, for women's rights--all of them-- and against an administration that plans to erase decades of progress. It was a march against oppression in its ugliest forms, and it made history. I was unable to participate that day (though I so badly wanted to march alongside so many of my friends), but I followed along on social media with tears in my eyes as I saw images of women marching in Kenya, New Zealand, Germany, France, Spain, Canada, Mexico, Japan, all over the United States, and all over the world (there was even a group in Myanmar, where they are not permitted to march, who held a picnic!). It was one of the most incredible and inspiring things I've ever seen. I went to bed that night feeling prouder than ever to be a woman.
Have a fabulous weekend, God bless. And ladies, let's keep fighting!
This monochromatic look. I'm having a love affair with this shade of blue lately.
The sweetest little playhouse that ever was.
My hope for my two precious little girls.
A thrifted paper towel holder upcycled into a DIY cactus light--ridiculously cute!
The jacket of my Valentine's Day dreams.
image via Pinterest