Mom always says, "never cut a knot, always untie it. If you can't figure out how to untie a knot, you'll never figure out how to solve your problems."

Sunday, October 23, 2011

blogging commences:

Tis time that I joined the happy bloggers.  Stay tuned.  Right now I'm working on Magic Diaries with Jude Hill over at Spirit Cloth...http://spiritcloth.typepad.com/spirit_cloth/.  Please go visit and read about her Magic Feather Project. Stitch up a feather and join the gifting project she is putting together.

A good to gather my thoughts: The first national Women's Rights Convention opened in Worcester, Massachusetts, on this date in 1850. Two years earlier, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott had launched the woman suffrage movement with their hastily organized Seneca Falls Convention in New York. They published the Declaration of Sentiments, using language modeled after the Declaration of Independence, to call for voting rights for women. They also expressed a hope that conventions for women's rights would continue to be held at regular intervals.

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