I learned about it at a convention and thought it was cool.
Mother Stereotypes Redefined
This is great initiative that I hope to piggy-back when I get back to work!
Everyone has something to offer the world. We are all equally important to the make up of a community. I believe that we need to know and learn from each other and always be willing to give a little to the people around us.
As a teacher I see many different views from many different age groups. The youngest are the best at saying exactly what they feel and often get things way before the adults. As a musician I hear - a lot - I keep my mind open. As a mother I want only good things for my children.
We have more in common with each other than we think. I see myself reflected in the hearts of the people around me. I am love.
To show the world that we CAN live in peace and celebrate our differences. The world is like a tapestry, made up of many different strands of color, texture and design that creates one beautiful image.
I think its important for people to know your identity belongs to you and is fluid. I keep a set of the See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil totems on my mantle.
It feels good to get involved.
I think the project is a great way to break stereotypes