If you're feeling anxious, you're not doing enough #strongertogether #womxnsmarchseattle

The Women’s March in Seattle this weekend was a throng of smiling people, full of humor and generosity, greeting each other like old friends. It was infectious. The sun broke through and we stripped off our outer layers, parkas or sweaters or puffy coats. At one point, two eagles circled overhead. Sometimes silent, sometimes erupting in a rolling cheer that made its way over three miles, from front to end and back again. Always respectful, always kind. As we came down Jackson Street, a woman in short shorts and knee high socks stood out on her balcony, blasting music and dancing with her boyfriend, fists pumping in the air as the crowd cheered and raised their signs. We finally had more space to move and our shuffle turned into a saunter, and there she was, swaying to Bob Marley: don’t worry, Read more…