Tag: Women’s History Month

How much we lost

March is Women’s History Month (in the US). I’m posting articles featuring important women. I’ve been missing her a lot lately. This should be the time of my life when we can finally see eye-to-eye. When I apologize for the bullshit I put her through and she sits back and laughs. But it isn’t. My mother went back to work… Read more →

The way you treat others is the way you treat yourself

March is Women’s History Month (in the US). I’m taking this opportunity to write about women who’ve inspired me. There was really little more than native grass and dust in the most of the province when my grandmothers were born – one in southwest and one in central Saskatchewan. They were both born into successful families – my paternal grandmother… Read more →

Pay yourself first

March is Women’s History Month (in the US). I’m taking this opportunity to write about women who’ve inspired me. There was really little more than native grass and dust in the most of the province when my grandmothers were born – one in southwest and one in central Saskatchewan. They were both born into successful families – my paternal grandmother… Read more →

Slick’r’n snot on a doorknob

March is Women’s History Month (in the US) These are some of the women who have made a difference in my life. There is one woman I remember looking up to my whole life. I mean, I remember the sensation of just looking at her and thinking “wow”. From the first memories I have, she is there, and she is… Read more →

How to tie balloons

March is Women’s History Month (in the US) These are some of the women who have made a difference in my life. When I asked my Auntie Jo how she’d met my uncle, she said “I had just started teaching [in the tiny Saskatchewan hamlet my mum’s family is from], and was living at the nurses’ residence, when your uncle… Read more →

Like a drop of ink in a glass of milk

March is Women’s History Month I’m making a series of posts about women who’ve made a difference in my life. I remember going to a friend’s stagette party (it was the first stagette to which I had been invited, other than my aunt’s bridal shower at which my mother, much to her own mortification, discovered I was *really good* at… Read more →

Get up. You’re embarassing me.

March is Women’s History Month (in the US). This is a series of posts about important women. Do you have a friend who’s been part of your life for as long as you can remember? It’s a crazy, wonderful relationship. Almost like siblings, but you *choose* to stay close. Through the toughest times of my formative years, Sarah was there.… Read more →

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