|Our signage thanks to Moorea Seal!|
Then our seventeen year old daughter asked me to. Of course, the answer was yes. I realized I did have a reason to be there. To show her that we have no reason to be afraid. That we are better together. That when friends need us to stand with them we will.
|Sam & Octavia|
That empathy and compassion are our strength. That we don't have to all agree, but we do need to give one another room. I was brought up to be strong, to not be picked on, to stand up for myself and for others. And I want my daughters to do the same.
|A sweet Dad & daughter combo|
The thing I experienced most of all taking part in the Womxn's March on Bellingham was one of pride. Pride in raising girls that know who they are and what they are about. Pride in a peaceful day that had women, men & children marching together in peace.
|The rainbow that appeared!|
I went to support my friends. My daughters. Women I don't know. And women I do. And for love. Always for love.