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Photograph of renaissance canvas “Woman with a Cittern” (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The thoughts and opinions of a twenty-first century Renaissance Woman.   Very early baby boomer who has lived through a myriad of  changes personally and in the world.

  What I believed as a girl, a young woman, a young mother and what I believe now are so very different.  In my musings, ideas, thoughts, shared in the coming pages, I hope to give you some idea of who I am, through the events of my life, people I know, things that interest me, or an occasional work of fiction.

 What is a renaissance woman

A renaissance woman is someone who sets her own agenda for personal achievement and will not allow herself to be manipulated or intimidated by self-proclaimed spokesmen who try to wrap their political philosophies around terms like “equality,” “choice,” “peace,” “tolerance” and “diversity.” She understands that she has been created for such a time as this and embraces her destiny as a challenge and not a curse, no matter what her personal circumstances. She is a winner not a whiner, a leader not a follower, a victor, not a victim. She wants to change the paradigm of the feminist movement that has served to marginalize and ridicule women who do not follow their collective agenda.

I will leave it to you, dear reader, to decide for yourself if Renaissance Woman is an apt description of who I am.

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