Guest Blog Post: Happy International Women’s Day Pt. 2 of 2 by Denzil


1914 International Women’s Day poster.

Happy International Women’s Day!!! Is it celebrated where you live?

1975 International Women’s Day poster.

All days merit celebrating — for the opportunity to find ourselves still players in the game of life. Each of us is of value — if it was up to me, we’d all begin our mornings with a smile, feeling and saying, “happy me, happy you, happy us in this big beautiful world!”

Regarding wonderful women — I recently found this fun book trailer that includes publishing know-how guru-ess, Jane Friedman

Belgian-British blogger Denzil Walton, who’s a guest writer for Happiness Between Tails here and here, and Part 1 of this here, posts about the wonders of Belgium (and writes for hire too!). Included at his site are some incredible Belgian women!…

23 thoughts on “Guest Blog Post: Happy International Women’s Day Pt. 2 of 2 by Denzil

  1. Thank you for sharing!!.. every creature has their own story of courage and achievement to tell and here on the path every day is Woman’s Day for all…“Heroes are made by the paths they choose, not the powers they are graced with.” ( Brodi Ashton)… 🙂

    May the love that you give
    Always return to you,
    That family and friends are many
    And always remain true,
    May your mind only know peace
    No suffering or strife,
    May your spirit only know happiness
    On your journey through life.
    (Larry “Dutch” Woller)

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  2. Two guest blogs in two days! I am honored and privileged to appear on your super informative blog Daal! Thanks for bringing the lives of these two outstanding women into the limelight and sharing their stories.

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  3. Another intriguing woman. I am sorry it ended so badly for her! I was a little girl then, but I do remember the song “Dominique” from the radio.
    I don’t think the day is much celebrated in Denmark. I only ever learned of it through my Russian colleagues.

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