Vive la Révolution

No one expects a revolution. Oh sure, uprisings are almost always the result of powder kegs of inequity and frustration built up over time, but no one can accurately predict the stray match which lights up the night. Who would have predicted a dearth of French cake or a shipload of too-taxed tea would be... Continue Reading →

Advertisements

A Rock and a Hard Place

Recently a writer tweeted a comment in reaction to a female politician's actions. Women on Twitter correctly pointed out that in their experiences, as actual women, that particular advice 1. Wrongly shifts the burden onto women 2. Doesn't do fuck all 3. Often has the opposite effect 4. Could be downright dangerous Instead of actively... Continue Reading →

Hold The Door

Between drop offs and pick ups, volunteering, and just generally mucking about, I'm at my kids' school a lot. Each time I watch as students rush through doors with no regard whatsoever as to whether it might slam in the face of the person behind them. I don't fault them--they're kids, I'm glad to see them hurling... Continue Reading →

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑

D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

PRS Consulting

What you need to know about roofing

YOURS IN SISTERHOOD

a performative documentary project based on letters to the editor of Ms., 1972-1980

The Happy Traveler

Seeking to read the pages of Earth's Book.

only the jodi

scribbler. shutterbug. succulent cactus.

Transhomemaker

Being proud to be a vintage housewife

%d bloggers like this: