Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Crowds


Well, as you know, the crowds at the Women's March on Washington were unprecedented and I certainly got that sense as the crowds began to swell all around me.


It was almost scary how people kept coming. From every direction, they just kept coming all day long.

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  1. I have been enjoying your postings the last few days. This was one awesome event. Don't give up and stay strong.

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    1. Thanks, Andy. You have no idea how encouraging your words seem right now.

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  2. Yes, crowds can be scary, but when they are not aggressive and pushing it can feel as a warm bath to be together with so many likeminded people.

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    1. That, I think, was one of the great values of Saturday's March.

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  3. Thanks for sharing that, warm greetings!

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  4. Everyone was there for the same reason. What a great event to be part of. I hope this feeling endures and people continue to stand up for what they believe to be right.

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    1. There are some almost unbelievably courageous people in this country who I have to think can help turn the tide.

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  5. Your images of this event of woman power are wonderful. All, this and the previous posts too.

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    1. Thanks, o, for your encouragement. It means a lot.

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  6. An amazing number of people turned up there!

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  7. And of course the thin skinned commander in thief as I've heard him called will just shrug.

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    1. I could never have imagined that my country could have elected someone so totally unqualified and unfit to be President. Just goes to show, though, how we must always be vigilant no matter what country we call home.

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  8. All this alternative facts stuff should have been around when I was in school...I'd have been a straight A student.

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