As I was watching the march yesterday, something struck me. All over the globe, women, men, and children were marching alongside us. We may be facing some difficult times ahead but one thing was clear, we are not alone.
If you weren’t aware of the magnitude of the march, check out these photos. I know I was so moved to see so many countries lifting their voices WITH us! They didn’t shrug and say, “It’s not my problem.” No, they said, “We will join you!” If that isn’t a show of what love and support, I don’t know what is.
First, Melania copied Michelle Obama’s speech, then she wore an inaugural outfit similar to Jackie O., now, we find that the inaugural cake was copied.
The Trump administration said it was purposely copied and the proceeds are to be given to the Human Rights Campaign.
I find it interesting that Trump’s administration feels the need to copy. Hmm.
USA Today has reported that the crowds for the Women’s March have surpassed those of the inauguration.
Not only are there crowds in Washington D.C. there are sister marches all over the U.S. and the world. Chicago, Houston, and Los Angelos are seeing large crowds. England, Germany and even Antarctica are uniting with us.
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Fadi Fawaz has “leaked” a song that is very telling of the love they shared. Entitled ” This Kind of Love,” is a beautiful tribute from Michael. Have a listen.
2016 will go down as the year that everyone was holding their collective breath and eagerly awaiting its end.
We’ve lost so many beautiful souls this year, below is a full list.
2016 has been brutal.
Musicians lost in 2016
Stanley Dural Jr.
Attrell Cordes aka Prince Be
Malik Taylor aka Phife Dawg
Frank Sinatra Jr.
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Youree Dell Harris
Will Smith (Football)
Sir George Martin
I think the grim reaper can take a vacation
The star made famous by the 80’s sitcom Growing Pains has died today, according to his representatives.
He was playing soccer with his son and he collapsed with what we now know as a heart attack. Alan was 69.