Victoria, my new friend in Boca, took me to dinner at the Old Key Lime House. It was great! We sat outside by the water and ate fish tacos. It was breezy and chilly for Florida but not bad at all after the cold in Texas. There was a big screen TV over the water showing women's hockey – a sport I had not considered women playing. It looked a lot more civilized to me.
On our way out the door we visited the ladies room. This was painted on the wall in my stall.
And this was on the wall by the sinks:
The men in my life don't make me cry, nor do they make me feel that I have to work twice as hard to get ahead, but I do recognize that these two statements are true for many women. They are statements that, if read at the right time by the right woman, could be empowering – and there they were, where I least expected them to be.
I was reading my DIL Celia's blog, Looking Lovely, and she had posted these photos:
Celia and Jeff found the little people tableaux in the snow. So much like the Little People street art scenes by Slinkachu. You just never know where you are going to run across something where you least expect to.