Usually I am a salt stone kind of girl, but as summer approaches I’ve been looking for a good deodorant. I had pretty high standards and this one met them all (with the exceptions of being local and no plastic packaging) .
It is smooth. It smells wonderful, but not at all overpowering. It’s been tested on a couple of days in the upper 70s when I had errands to run.
So far, I love it.
Because this man can say it all in just a few words:
We’ve been talked out of love, mercy, kindness. We’ve got to take those things back.
For any family members or friends who might be “on the fence” about contacting their Senator about Sen Jeff Sessions’ nomination for the Attorney General — He said in May 2000, disabilities protections for students with disabilities was a reason U.S. public schools were failing.
“We have created a complex system of federal regulations and laws that have created lawsuit after lawsuit, special treatment for certain children, and that are a big factor in accelerating the decline in civility and discipline in classrooms all over America. I say that very sincerely,” Sessions said.
As Michael’s mom, I have fought for 20 years for people to respect the dignity of all people. When he was diagnosed I was asked “What’s wrong with him, is he retarded or something.” That stuck in my head and turned me into an advocate and activist. We have left churches because of bullying and belittling.
I ask my family and friends to stand with me and call your Senator to oppose Jeff Sessions. He will not be good for families with special needs.
Read about it:
In Indiana you can call:
Senator Joe Donnelly (202)224-4814; (812)284-2027
Senator Todd Young (202)224-5623; (317) 226-6700
IN District 6 — Rep Luke Messer (202)225-3021; (317)421-0704
What I’m reading: Hidden Figures, The Father Brown Mysteries, The Snow Child
What I’m listening to: Harry Potter #2 (yes, again)
What I’m watching: Timeless, The Return of the King
What I’m smelling: toothpaste, coffee with almond milk cream
What I’m pondering: a world in which my son wonders if it is “Safe to have autism.” seriously , no joke, he’s wondering.
In my house: a new infinity scarf in a lovely dark grey wool that seems like it will never be done, good German chocolate, and chocolate covered almonds back in rotation. A new bed.