Monday, March 16, 2009
Before March comes to a close I wanted to draw attention to the celebration taking place during this month on Women's History. The photo is a stamp that commemorated the 1848 Seneca Falls Woman's Rights Convention which essentially began the women's rights social fight in the United States.
I just love stamps because they hold so much history on such a small piece of glued paper. I'm not a collector, but I do love to look at some of the history through the ages.
This week in my mailbox I received:
A series of Chris Knopf books, thanks to The Permanent Press
The Last Refuge
The Obama Revolution by Alan Kennedy-Shaffer
The Dakota Cipher by William Dietrich
Fifty is Not a Four Letter Word, by Linda Kelsey
Beyond the Revolution by William H. Goetzmann
Uncle Tom's Cabin for American History Class
I hope everyone is anxiously getting ready for the spring equinox. Yippee!!!!
My bulbs are coming up and I planted over one hundred in the fall, possibly more.
Have a great week everyone.