GETTING ENTHUSIASTIC & CELEBRATING
What has happened to us? This is a tough question for many of us.
The country has closed down around us. We only get to have contact with those that live in our home. We now know if we really do like each other or not. The more elder of us expose at least an inch of our true hair color. If we normally have an income, we probably no longer receive it. We even have to do all our own cooking, well unless we go 's Suout to dinner, ie: curbside pickup. If we are lucky, the food is still hot when we get home. Speaking of lucky (better yet, blessed), we are the ones that have not lost a family member or a dear friend to the virus. As I look out the widow, I feel like the world should look different. But it doesn’t. It’s just unbearably quiet.
Take heart, this will end. We have so many things to celebrate. This is the
100 year celebration of the 19th Amendment to the constitution
giving women the right to vote.
I am asking and praying that this is also the year that the women voters will unite and with unbelievable enthusiasm, mobilize and turn this state red again.
Get yourself a suffragette outfit and walk with me in parades, work at the Republican booth at the county fairs, help out at a Pybus Market day table and help us find more places we can go to represent the conservative agenda.
President Ellie Ownbey