I insist my on being happy this year. Many friends say 2016 was the worst year ever, but I disagree as my brilliant and beautiful daughter married a wonderful man in 2016.
This past year I learned a great deal about transitioning through my life stages because of my daughter’s marriage. This year will most likely see many posts based on my notes on wedding planning and all I learned as an anthropologist turned mother-of-the-bride.
I will also be turning 60 this May so there may be a piece or three on zero years, decades, the perception of time, and the concept of birthday celebrations.
And more political theory and women’s place in governance will find their way into our articles than ever before. The power of naming will be center stage next week as we look at why “he who must not be named” may be an extremely sensible tactic to use in 2017 and beyond.
There will also be another Women’s History Month Her Story series. More on that quite soon.