Anyway, the picture got me thinking about women, women in the world we admired or some of the qualities we want to possess ourselves. So I decided that Friday is Female Friday the day when we celebrate beautiful, smart, successful, striving woman in any sections of lives.
For me the first woman is my mother. When I told her I wanted to play baseball, she became the coach and we ended the season as Champs. When I wanted to be a cheerleader, she helped make pom poms for our sneakers. When I was in the hospital, she slept on the most uncomfortable chair, prisons in China have better seating that she did. But every time I opened my eyes she was there. Of course, she's the top of the list.
Coco ChanelThe woman built an international stylish legacy from meager beginnings.
Some people see her as the sexy blonde with nothing else to offer. But she was the first woman and I believe person to have their own Production company. Now Hollywood is filled with them.
|ROSIE THE RIVETER|
ROSIE THE RIVETER
During WWII, it was the women that held this country together and made it run. No different as the hundreds of military wives do now.
On December 30, 2010 Geraldine Doyle, the lady who's photograph was used, died at 86. But she still inspires ladies to use the strength we have.
I've loved her since SNL. Her laugh is wickedly good fun and her humor is even better. Just goes to show that women are funny too.
She's a hard ass with heart. Her voice, her songwriting skills and now attacking motherhood. She shows that You have to fight for your right to party so Raise your glass.
|MY NIECE, YAZZY|
Since the day she was born, I have been in awe of all she does and has accomplished. People love her. She's smart, loves fashion and works more than any other GEN Y-er I know. The world better watch out, she's coming for it. As she would say, GO BLUE!
Do you have a few woman you'd like to add? Who and what inspires you about them?