- by Kelly
Remember to vote. That is all 😉
Here is a pic from the Nevertheless we Vote parade in NYC
I am on a flight back to my hometown so I can help drive people to the polls on Election Day.
Psssst… Did you know? Not only are you a “nasty woman” you’re probably… a WITCH.
How do I know that? Because I’m a storyteller AND an etymology nerd.
I love that stories are made up of words, but also… words themselves are stories…
Let me tell you the story about the word “WEIRD.”
It comes from the Old English ...
Today I am flying out to New York City for the Nevertheless We Vote Parade on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 at 2:30pm. I will be joining other activist-artists in a march from Washington Square Park to the Nancy Hoffman Gallery in Chelsea. You are welcome to join us! And if you’re not in NY you can follow me on Instagram ...
Host a Campaign-themed Movie Night while researching candidates with your friends: Gather your friends, Watch a hilarious movie, and Choose your candidates
The Campaign is the funniest movie with the strongest hair you’ll ever see. I love adding this movie to a candidate-research party for 2018 because in this movie, Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis are 2 candidates for House of Representatives going head to head, not 2 candidates for President! It really highlights the importance of voting during the midterms!...
I’ve always wished there was a pussyhat emoji, and now there is one!
The easiest way to download these stickers (FREE for you until Election Day!!!) is to be on your iPhone and click this link.
From there, you’ll be able to access this sticker pack in the iMessage app.
Like the best emojis, these stickers cover the whole ...
You might have noticed that in all my letters to you, I pretty much assume you’re gonna vote. It’s because I know how active you are, and I know you know how important these elections are to the country and for women in particular.
My focus then, has been to see how we can all encourage everyone to ...
After the Revolution, the women brought the cake to early voting sites to help “muster” votes, and it became known as election cake. Back in those days, when elite white men were the only ones who could rock the vote, women claimed their place in political culture with a monstrous cake for the masses. And while it’s hard to ...
This recipe is as easy as pie and is a delicious way to get out the vote!
Even if you’ve never baked before, you will find this recipe easy and feel like such a genius in the kitchen! For you more experienced bakers–use your own time honored recipes along with these design inspirations!
These are the ingredients/tools I suggest:
When I was a kid I wanted to be cool, and in that era, it meant wearing very baggy hoodies, eschewing skirts, and scorning pink. I now realize that “cool” in a 1990s elementary school meant masculine.
My mom was not a cook nor a crafter; when I was in an 8th grade play involving Greek muses she was at ...
Two weeks ago my family participated in our yearly tradition – the Harvest Moon Festival. In addition to exchanging moon cakes with our family and friends, we would often bring a crate of apples to each home, fruit being a traditional gift from the harvest.
Arriving with a gift creates a bond, an instant rapport. Gifts are an ancient form ...