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I've decided to talk about women's issues today. I came across an article yesterday that really pissed me off!
It concerned women being forced to wear make up in the workplace - Harrods, to be specific. Are you kidding me! Yes, Harrods is across the pond, but it has happened, and still happens here in the good ol' U.S. of A.
In Maine the governor thinks it's OK to repeal the ban on BPA, so that business-men can save and make more money, because BPA will cause only SOME women to grow a little beard. Business profits are more important. Really?
There is oh so much more carp like this happening all across this still wonderful nation of ours, but I intend to do my bit to stop it.
I hope you will join me.
This week Jonathan discuss aspects of his trip to England including some great and not-so-great meals plus shopping and shows he took in while on his vacation. He traveled to Cardiff and Manchester then spent the remainder of the week in London.
Exciting news from our Champagne Sister!! *CLINK here* for more photos!
Every time @ChampagneMemori pops a bottle of Champagne she has the most amazing time and creates another memory. (There is something about Champagne that perfects every occasion.) It was because of these times that she started to save the Champagne caps and write the event and date on the reverse side. As she became more involved in the atmosphere of the event, she started to wear the Champagne cage with the cap on her finger. This became dangerous and by the end of an occasion she would either scratch her head or almost poke out an eye. So, she designed a line of jewelry called Wearing Memories to hold her Champagne caps. Now, every time she pops another bottle of Champagne, she writes the occasion on the cap, places it in her ring and wears her memory as it unfolds. Some people hear a pop when a Champagne bottle is opened. Kiron hears the sound of happiness!
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