My brain-churning, stomach-twisting questioning presumed that I knew all there was to know about what it’s like to be a woman in this world. And I don’t.
ow would you like to walk into a bakery, clothing store or dentist, either by yourself or in front of your kids or grandparents, and have the person behind the counter take one look at you and say “We don’t serve your kind.” And it is legal to treat you that way?
Mary Griggs shares a wonderful history lesson and a summing up of the beautiful, supportive “Wedding Week” in Alabama. Read it, it will do your heart good.
As a writer, I’ve always tried to create characters who vividly show that it does, indeed, get better.