The good things that happened

Of course I voted. And I’m having a coffee this morning, keeping my eyes on the good things that happened. Post update, more good news: All 19 Black Women Running for Judge in a Texas Race Won Tuesday Night The US just elected 9 new scientists to Congress, including an ocean expert, a nurse, and […]

Don’t give up

Sarah’s idea for a Public Service Artists sign. I pulled it together with Helvetica flush left, but when the printers got a hold of the file, something went whacky. Looks like it got squished horizontally about 80%. This I can let go. The hope we can restore balance and go forth with dignity for all? […]

PSA Meeting #3

At the third meeting of the Public Service Artists, we started with open discussion for a bit and then wrapped up by printing shirts. It was my first time mixing water based inks at the studio and using the infrared dryer. Not a total fail but definitely room for improvement.

2018 Women’s March

On January 20th, 2018, this felt like a very good place to be. But it wasn’t all good. There was a rift between the march organizers and the Black Lives Cincinnati group. Best summed up in this piece by Nick Swartsell. My hope is that in the future, everyone will march together.

PSA Meeting #2

Met a group of folks at the Wave Pool for our second meeting of minds trying to figure out: What do we do with our energy, our discontent? Our feeling that our government doesn’t reflect our values. Elected officials are not listening to constituents but corporations. That there is a better and more loving future. […]

Voted

I’m ready for the future when we vote on issues independently of candidates and use the time in between elections to debate and discuss said issues. Also? I still want better designed “I VOTED” stickers.

Proud Buckeye

Also proud of the residents in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota and Washington who voted for equality of love and family.

Always a pleasure

The results may vary, but the process of voting fills me with excitement every single time.