Saturday, February 28, 2009

What We’re About

Here's a little coda to yesterday morning's post:

Please remember, my friends, that this is not just a political blog. I personally tend to write about political stuff, because that's what I DO. And, unfortunately, the blog has been heavy on ME lately, so it's starting to look a little political.

But if you take a look at our "heading art," you'll notice politics is only a small part of the whole.

We are Women On: home, spirituality, nature, books, art, health, career, relationships… and politics. At least, that's what I was aiming for when I gathered us together.

So, Kathy, why wouldn't we "want to read inspirational writing based on [your] special needs young adult?" That's exactly what we want to read about, if that is your inspiration. And Bridgett, your writing is plenty dynamic, and we would most likely find your passion for having a "holistic home" interesting and informative.

Don't be shy about your inspirations, ladies, whatever they may be.

And please don't hesitate to share your passion here with us. That is what this blog is all about.

4 comments:

FrankandMary said...

Ok, so I have you on reader but I was mostly(lately) just keeping you on to see if Kathy posted anything & no longer reading the rest. I thought some of the politics was too one-sided for my taste, and not because it wasn't my side, truly.....since all my beliefs don't fit any particular party.

I find Kathy's writing(which I've read since 2005) to be appealing across the board. I would LOVE for her to do a few essays about her daughter. Look, I drone on & on about my love for my Dad & no one has run me out of blogger on a rail. Her writing, I think especially about her daughter, is much more interesting than mine.
Mine is more selfish. ~Mary

TJ said...

I would like to hear everyone's thoughts on walking against a heavy wind.
I plan to make a post on the subject and would find it interesting to your take on the subject.
TJ

emmapeelDallas said...

TJ, I'd love to see you post that HERE!

Bridgett said...

I might give it a go soon. :)