"How about unabashedly bawling your eyes out."
I did that a few times today.
Hey, my birthday. Cry if I want to. Back off.
I am fragile and irrational. I am caring and loving. I am anchor and window. I am steely resolve.
I am exquisite contradiction.
As are we all.
The Clothesline Project breaks the silence about domestic violence by giving a voice to survivors, victims, and community members. The clothesline was chosen to honor women’s traditional information exchange over the backyard fences while hanging laundry out to dry.
The clothesline displays T‐shirts designed by survivors of abuse, those who have lost loved ones to it, and allies in our community. The designed shirts are displayed during the Day of Unity event on a clothesline which is held by staff/volunteers.
I am thankful for my true love and my little girls. They are my daily muses who inspire me to be a better man.
I am thankful for my family and friends -- here, there and everywhere.
I am thankful for everything I've seen and everything I've learned and everything yet to learn.
I am thankful for failure and success.
I am thankful for birthdays; I am thankful for being.
"You see George, you've really had a wonderful life."
Thank you all.