"The theme for the White House women’s celebrations appears to be Failure to Appreciate Irony."
This week's Dry Martini is alive! This week I run really fast and have a supremely adequate birthday.
- Lady doctors.
- I'm sure this is nothing to worry about.
- This. This. This.
- Sorry for the delayed response.
- Why do people do this to themselves, she asked, having done this to herself.
- All of these are great choices.
- Being your own worst troll.
- What happens when women legislate.
- There's is nothing about this story I don't love.
Through her fund-raising and Off the Sidelines PAC, Gillibrand has raised close to $6 million for women candidates in the past five years. “I will help you run,” she tells a young woman who says she’s thinking of entering politics at a recent event at the Manhattan women’s club, the Wing. “It doesn’t matter if you haven’t worked your way up. The guys run every time. I can’t tell you how many 30-year-old dudes believe they should be senator or president. Women, we’re like, ‘Well, maybe after ten years of working …’ No. Just run for the office you want to run for and run on the issue you want to fix.”
-- My Senator, Kirsten Gillibrand, who I love.
Not as many this week. I've been a little busy....
New pod with yrs trly and Sarah Bowen Shea at Another Mother Runner. We talked with Big Fit Girl Louise Green and I had a revelation.
Now, the quote:
"P.S. If you want a customer for life, make a single commercial that features a man fulfilled by yogurt, scrubbing the kitchen, making dinner for his family, and admiring his carpet. That's the 'normal' I'm looking for."
-- Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, from The Amazing Thing About the Way it Goes.
Over at Another Mother Runner, Upsides and Downsides.