In preparation for today’s #TwoForTuesday challenge I read quotes by many inspirational women. It was a difficult choice, but I selected quotes by Malala Yousafzai and Mary Frances Berry.
Malala Yousafzai is one of the most inspirational women I know – and has been since she was still a child. I love this quote by her:
“Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.”
Malala is proof of that!
Mary Frances Berry
Mary Frances Berry is an icon of the American Civil Rights Movement and a historian. Here’s the quote of hers I chose for today’s blog post:
“The time when you need to do something is when no one else is willing to do it, when people are saying it can’t be done.”
Rae’s #TwoForTuesday blog post prompts
In honor of Women’s History Month, Rae of Rae’s Reads and Reviews blog chose four
women-related #TwoForTuesday blog post prompts for March. Here’s a link to her
list, in case you’d like to participate today and next Tuesday: https://educatednegra.blog/2019/03/03/two-for-tuesday-march-prompts/comment-page-1/#comment-2084.
Until my next blog post
Keep reading and writing!
Thank you for reading my blog. You could have spent the last few minutes doing something else, but you chose to read my blog.
What an exciting day! The Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina was released today by Arcadia Publishing and I had my first newspaper interview about the book!
Jesse Campbell of The Mountain Times in Boone interviewed me for an article to be published on August 28 in that weekly newspaper that covers Ashe, Avery and Watauga Counties. You can’t beat free publicity like that!
This morning I participated in the filming of a pilot for a TV series about single pastors. The interim pastor of Rocky River Presbyterian Church is the Rev. Eleanor Norman. She was chosen as one of several single pastors in the US for inclusion in the pilot. Some of us gathered this morning in the sanctuary to give Eleanor an audience for a Scripture reading, sermon, and other remarks as directed by the producer. It’s fun to do something out of the ordinary. My only other TV experience was being an extra in a funeral scene the first season of the TV series “Homeland.” The pilot filmed this morning will never air. It will only be used to try to sell the idea to a network.
I’m going to the monthly meeting of Rocky River Readers Book Club tonight at Rocky River Presbyterian Church for a discussion of I Am Malala, by Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teen who was shot in the face just for wanting an education. Attending the book club meeting will be the perfect way to end what has been quite a day.