Halfway through this year. So far, 2018 has relentlessly pummeled anyone with a heart -- a love for humanity and the planet. This past week has been particularly brutal.
However, every once in awhile, something comes along that is inspiring, daring, and gives me hope.
So glad that Andrew and I got to march yesterday for Families Belong Together. It was hot, but totally worth it. It is always uplifting to see so many others that care.
If you haven't watched Hannah Gadsby's Netflix special, Nanette, then you must as soon as you are finished reading this. I can't begin to explain it, but it's phenomenal and needs to be seen by all.
Alexandria Ocasio Cortez winning her primary in New York was a fantastic surprise. Even more thrilling? Her complete embrace of a progressive agenda. Thank you so much for running Alexandria -- you have inspired me to dream big and not let cynicism take over.
So I'm currently a month away from having this baby and yesterday attended a protest rally at Louisville Metro Hall. I was a month away from having Simon when we went to the Louisville Women's March rally at Metro Hall eighteen months ago. Weird.
Simon had his first taste of cotton candy, homemade by Alex P. It was intense!