If you have been on Google today or even Facebook, you know it is International Women’s Day. In 1908, women in New York City marched through the streets to demand shorter working hours, better pay and voting rights. 15,000 women marched that day. 15,000 women marched. The number amazes me.
It would be another 12 years before women in America received the right to vote.
Women in Saudi Arabia…
Warning: This post is a bit wobbly and may be subject to fits of rambling thought.
This last week, I was sick with a cold so awful that all I could do was come from work everyday and go to bed. As I type this I really hope that the last of it has left my system and I will be able to handle a full twelve hours of work tomorrow as well as a cardiologist’s appointment. My follow-up appointment is…
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