Paula C. Henderson
Paula is a freelance writer, healthy food advocate, mom and cookbook author.
Cooking With Nightshade Free Spices and Herbs
Cooking With Nightshade Free Spices and Herbs Just because you are avoiding nightshades does not mean you have to forego flavor.
The Real Life Plan To Colonize Mars With People
The Real-Life Plan to Colonize Mars by 2032 The First Crew of 100 Have Been Chosen I am not affiliated with the Mars One mission or anyone involved in this project. I am just a fascinated and curious bystander!
Grief, Fear, Love and Meanness
Grief, Fear, Love and Meanness People deal with grief differently. I respect that. Some deal with it by walking away and going on with as normal a day as possible. Some cannot face it head on but neither can they find their way to act “normal” and so they spend the day with family or friends who are also grieving. Another person may need to cancel all normal things and isolate themselves choosing to spend the day alone.
First Woman On the FBI Mosted Wanted
First Woman On the FBI Most Wanted List The kidnapping of Barbara Mackle then buried alive! In 1968 two women shall come to meet under the most horrific of circumstances.
Books By Influential Women of Today
Books By Influential Women of Today Today’s Ambitious Women Share Their Stories CHANEL MILLER Chanel Miller is a rape survivor. We first learned of her harrowing experience in 2015 while visiting her sister who was a student at Stanford University. Chanel was attacked by fellow student Brock Allen Turner. Chanel was asked to write her victim impact statement to be read at the sentencing hearing. She posted her victim impact statement online and it almost immediately went viral drawing more than 11 million reads in just four days. Her victim impact statement was 50 minutes long. She carefully details her anger, her resentment, her pain, her fear and how this has so negatively changed her and the rest of her life. She points out that her attacker, his attorney and the judge has missed the point. The real point. How we as a society need to change how sexual assaults are treated not just in a court of law but by the media, by the sentencing and all involved. You can read her story in her book:
Happy Birthday Annie Oakley
Happy Birthday Annie Oakley Born August 13, 1860 – November 1926 You will find a statue of Annie Oakley in Memorial Plaza in Greenville, Ohio.
Statues of Real Women Who Lived
Statues in the United States that Honor Women Real women. Women who lived. A couple years ago there was a big movement to fund-raise and commission the installation of more statues here in the United States of women. Not just a statue that represents the female gender but statues of real women who lived. Who had a name and that we wish to honor with a monument.
First Black Woman To Receive White House Correspondent Credentials
Alice Allison Dunnigan was the first black woman correspondent to receive White House credentials and become a member of the press galleries. As a journalist, Dunnigan reported on the decline of Jim Crow during the forties and fifties. She accompanied President Harry S. Truman’s on his 1948 campaigning trip: the very first black reporter to travel with a president.