"I didn't decide to become a witch. I remembered I was one."
Judy's story is one we know well. The way to "make it" if you're female (and it suggests inevitably prey) is to be better - much better - than your male counterparts and then pay your dues to the system until you finally get some reward and recognition. It's exhausting and only the outliers will make it. Judy Hopps is an outlier. A female prey in a system which favour males. She makes it but the system remains unchanged.
Last night I went to the cinema to see Pearl Jam "Let's Play Two: Live at Wrigley Field". I went in expecting to see a live Pearl Jam concert. I came out with so much more.
We had the pleasure of seeing Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales by Scamp Theatre this week. Scamp Theatre's TIDDLER & OTHER TERRIFIC TALES from Scamp Theatre on Vimeo. The smalls enjoyed it. I REALLY enjoyed it. It looked good from the blurb... Based on the books by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler Under the sea, … Continue reading [Review] Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales
This is my review of Home Births: Stories to inspire and inform. I should come clean right now and confess I love reading birth stories whether home, hospital, water, twins, triplets, VBAC, HBA3C - you get the picture - so I was perhaps pre-disposed to like this book before I had read it. You have … Continue reading [Review] Home Births: Stories to inspire and inform