Sunday, January 22, 2017

Ain't It True Sister?

I saw this yesterday and just burst out laughing.  It's good to keep a sense of humor during times like this.  And is it just me or is this Kellyanne Conway next month?

17 comments:

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

I saw a few people carrying that sign and even though I laughed each time, it is so sad that it is true.

Susan said...

Ain't it the truth. It's like Groundhog Day.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

The price of freedom is eternal vigilance. Nothing can ever be taken for granted, not in this world.

Mary said...

I wish I could have taken part! we must continue to protect our rights. You think what have is safe but it could be taken away with a signature on a piece of paper! By someone who at the moment is having a temper tantrum.

dkzody said...

I was taught that things were getting better with each generation, but now, in my old age, I know better. Each generation has to fight to keep things better. We can never give up.

Jody Rhode said...

Plan the next march to take place in Saudi Arabia~ Those women really need your help.

And yes, I do think these women are having temper tantrums~

Alicia Foodycat said...

I missed the march in London yesterday - had all sorts of good intentions but there were a couple too many hurdles. But I have been so impressed by all those who did turn out. As well as many of my friends all over the US and seemingly everyone I know in the UK, I know people in Australia, Canada and Germany who marched in solidarity.

My Life in the Charente said...

Ha ha it made me laugh as well. Keep well Diane

Valerie said...

So thrilled by the marchers! And as much as I believe Kelly Anne Conway reflects the ugliness that her soul has become, I refuse to trash women on their looks--too much of that dragging us down already.

I saw 'found' poem: "Your heart is a muscle the size of a fist/keep loving/keep fighting"

In solidarity!

Gemmagirl said...

Yup a striking resemblance minus the red piñata hat.

Kay said...

I agree with dkzody. Why do we have to keep fighting the same thing with each generation? Why can't we learn?

LEfting said...

I agree with Valerie about Kelly Anne Conway! 2 generations of my family marched yesterday in Vancouver (15,000 people marched here) and I am SO proud of them! I sure hope America doesn't take any backwards steps in the next few years, that would be heartbreaking, and certainly not what the world wants for the USA.

Laura Dinkins said...

I kind of feel sorry for Kellyann Conway(just a little).

TARYTERRE said...

That was just plain outright funny. SERIOUSLY funny. Picture, sign and your words too.

TARYTERRE said...

PS) But SAD too.

Kev Alviti said...

Just don't look at how your government website has changed...

Jim said...

I really liked Debra's comment, Joyce. 'We' are now reaping what has been sown over the past couple decades....our complete acceptance and lack of vigilance.