When a soldier returns home wounded–grappling with PTS and plagued by nightmares–he may struggle to feel connected to his wife. Married couples who have been close for years, even decades, who are used to trading secrets and sharing life-altering experiences, suddenly feel like they are from different planets...
View Flyer Spa Day!
Sunday April 24th, 2016 11:00AM – 3:00PM
A Day to honor and thank our UNSUNG HEROES, wives of Wounded Warriors.
Spa Day gives women the opportunity to enjoy being a woman, bond with other women going through similar transitions, focus on their own care, and refresh and recharge. Spa Day includes massages, facials, swim & sauna, guest speakers and lunch by the pool.
To place your name in the drawing for a massage or facial simply click http://conta.cc/1NDCVrX to submit your Name, Phone Number and a brief description of your life as a caregiver & what you have found helpful to relax and rejuvenate amidst your challenges. The drawing will be held on March 28th and if chosen you will be informed by phone/email by March 30th.
Lunch is hosted by Hotel Del Coronado
RSVP BY: March 24, 2016
Questions call: 858-268-4432
Living out many of our colors is not new in the history women. One ancient woman who lived out her colors is the Egyptian Queen Hatshepsut (1479 - 1457B.C), whose name means "the Foremost of Noble Women." She had married her half-brother Thutmose II, and upon his death, declared herself Pharaoh, though he had a son by a lesser wife whose legacy should have been to immediately become King, with his mother as his advisor until he was older...
American activist Elizabeth Cady Stanton was certainly a warrior and a sage as well as a mother and lover. Married with seven children, she spoke in 1848 at the first convention on women's rights organized by women, The Seneca Falls Convention, named for where it was held in Seneca Falls, New York. There, she presented a document for which she was a principal author: The Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions...
Helen Keller was the first person that was both deaf and blind to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree, which she received from Radcliffe College in 1904. The story of her journey and her struggles, as she battled to break free from the isolation of her world and into a world where she was able to communicate, was told through the well-known play and film The Miracle Worker...
guest blog by Brenda Clevenger
I LOVE the collaborative process with other fabulous women!
Thank you, Brenda, for allowing me to share this inspiring story with my readers.
Andra Sayner, a senior model, tells the truth but her age lies. At 61 she looks at least a decade younger. Yet she’s the mother of a 42-year old son and two step-children...