I am so incredibly honored (and humbled, big time) to be featured in Clem Richardson’s beautiful tribute to the ONE moms and our trip to Ethiopia in the New York Daily News today.
I only wish there were links to the 13 other brilliant women I kept raving about who were there with me, and each contributed their own brilliant stories. Also, I would clearly make a terrible newspaper editor.
If you’re here for the first time, welcome. We like new people around here if they’re nice and funny and smart and respectful and cool. Which they pretty much are. (Shocking for the internet, I know!) You can find all of our stories together at the ONE blog, and find my own stories about it here:
Ethiopia Day 1, Hour Six, Emotions 1,000,000
FashionABLE Scarves, with an Emphasis on Able
The Unbelievable Strength of Women
What Mothers Want for Our Children: It’s All The Same Until It’s Different
10 Can’t Miss Photos: The Remarkable, Transcendent Power of Digital Photography
It Takes a Village Whether You Like it Or Not
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9 thoughts on “Sometimes the newspapers get it right. Thanks Clem Richardson.”
This is awesome. Great to see more wonderful press for ONE, you did a great job!
Thank you Diana Aka “HOG FARMER.”
An amazing trip, and a terrific article. Congrats on all fronts: for going, for being featured, for caring enough to spend the time to make a difference.
I’m a new reader and so impressed with what you’re doing! Congratulations on the feature and I can’t wait to read more about this important work and your future accomplishments!
That’s so nice, thank you!
Beautiful. Love it!
Wow, great job 🙂 A fellow UK blogger also recently travelled to Ethopia on this campaign and it has been mind blowing reading her thoughts on it all.
Jen and Michelle? Both amazing women!
I love that your trip is getting broad media coverage. I sometimes wonder if the cool things bloggers sometimes do are only noticed by existing blog readers.
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