Well the last two months have been a bit of a whirl-wind. I’ve been fluctuating back and forth between 19th and 20th century women expressing their independence from society’s socio-sexual constraints, and it’s been an exciting journey. It started in March when I presented African-American Quilts as Cultural Strategies in Antebellum Louisiana at San Diego State’s Student Research Symposium. I was…
WHY does it have to be Monday.
The question that continually interferes with second rounds, creates ridiculous curfews, and depresses the fun of the previous 2-and -a-1/2 evenings and 2 afternoons.
In rebellion against Monday (or any day that attempts to portray itself as such) I’m instilling a blog routine to lift the fog of residual vodka and deprivation of sleep. AND, starting with this particular Monday (masquerading as February 24th, 2014), I’m making YOU help me through the day…and some of my research for my Master’s Thesis.
Easy stuff really. I’ve listed a few of the top female musicians of the decade for you to vote on, but I’m very interested in your own submissions as well.
Prepping for duty-3 days until I present Gender Rebellion in Rock at San Diego State Student Research Symposium.