A Photo a Week Challenge: Girl Power

From Nancy Merrill: While it might seem a bit cliché, literally none of us would be here without women. All of our lives have been touched by women: mothers, grandmothers, aunts, cousins, sisters. I was fortunately enough to take family photos for this wonderful group of women (and the men in their lives). What a great legacy.

I wasn’t sure what to post for this. Women have always been my strength, my closest friends, the people who understood me when no one else had a clue. So I finally decided to make a gallery of the great women I have loved. I don’t have enough pictures, though.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

10 thoughts on “GIRL POWER!”

  1. A great collection of women. So impressive. From ther oldest, no longer with us to the youngest, our Overlord and promise of the future.,


    1. I had to do a full search of EVERYTHING. But it was International Women’s Day, so it seems a good cause. These were all strong women who have never let the bastards take them down.


  2. I think it’s awesome and pretty delightful…having a legacy of woman who you were close to, who understood you, stood by you, supported you in a variety of ways. I imagine it made for an interesting productive and wonderful life.


    1. I wish I had more pictures. There are a lot of women who are in my albums, but I have no digital images of them. Also, many albums were lost in floods and moving from house to house. But I remember them!


      1. That is so very special. As |I see it, even though you aren’t able to share them, they live in your memory and heart which is far more special. |You are indeed lucky in that.


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