Motrin’s giving me a headache.

November 18, 2008

You know, even when I was a young girl I felt different. I wasn’t into the same things as a lot of the other little girls—skipping about in their little dresses and pigtails. I was a loner. I enjoyed reading and writing my own little stories; I could spend hours drawing and not even care whether I saw another human face (other than the one I’d just sketched). I always thought I was a bit of an odd-ball—not that there’s anything wrong with that! So from my somewhat unique vantage point, it’s interesting to me to see how this whole ‘Motrin’ debacle has been playing out.
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Who do you think you’re talking to?

November 8, 2008


bcad-blog_block_sm4Every woman is a unique being with her own thoughts, dreams and priorities. Every woman 
is powerful, independent and vulnerable.
Most importantly, every woman has her own voice. And if you want them to listen to you, you better start listening to them.