I first heard of UVa student Hannah Graham's disappearance through friends on facebook who know her personally. Later Monday evening in the Women's Prayer Group offered through my church, a couple of students who are acquainted with her spoke of the difficulty they were having processing the incident. We lit candles as we prayed for … Continue reading humanity
I already talked about the Hobby Lobby case in various corners of the internet, but I realize it's something I should address here because I take an approach few critics are taking, and it has a lot to do with the topic of my blog, Style Wise. If you haven't already heard, the Supreme Court … Continue reading Hobby Lobby pro-life?
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Thanks for following Leah Wise : a journal! Today I reached 1,000 followers on WordPress. I think every blogger hopes to gain this type of readership, but it's often quite elusive. I'll keep on posting essays, thoughts, and snippets from my life and I hope you'll keep following along.
October is Fair Trade Month. It's the perfect opportunity to encourage fair trade in your life and the lives of others. Buy yourself some fair trade chocolate. Buy your friend a fair trade scarf. Read up on fair trade and the companies who support it. Boycott companies with a history of human rights violations. Buy … Continue reading october is fair trade month
Good morning! Stock up on vintage statement pieces with Platinum & Rust's Labor Day Sale (only on etsy).
In case you haven't heard, I rebranded my shop several months back. Platinum and Rust on Etsy (formerly Water Lily Thrift) is wearable vintage for the contemporary woman, encompassing bohemian, preppy, and grunge styles from the 1970s to the 1990s. Platinum and Rust on Ebay offers gently used, non-vintage items alongside vintage goods that keep … Continue reading platinum & rust
Just wanted to stop in to let you know about a cool, informal anthropological study/blog on women and marriage called The Marriage Project. According to the blog's founder: I want to interrogate the “sacred cow” of marriage, to ask questions that women tell me they are seldom asked about what’s assumed to be an inevitability, … Continue reading links.