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Oh my! Life moves too fast and work never ends. We are always in the dreaming or planning stage. Whether it’s related to our self, our family or our job, our mind is working on overtime between the many tasks on our list. Some of us are still studying to past exams to pass a class, get a degree, or to earn a license of some sort.

Yes, life is getting something done and you’re with it! You’re on the Internet searching, reading, and learning. You see things you want, you learn things that affects you educationally, emotionally and spiritually. Something has inspired you to continue exploring. We’re women. It’s in our nature to have many interests. We are multi-taskers and no mater at what age there is always more to learn, to live, to grow.

So here’s hoping you have your list of interests for the year. Share with us. Write to us. Share us with your friends. Get in touch we’re here. I’m back. Are there notable women in your neighborhood? Write it up. Send it in. Lets share!

I leave you with this thought – KEEP MOVING! – EXERCISE! At least touch your toes 10 times to start and add on. All you need is 20 minutes of exercise to make a difference. So start with a full 5 minutes and grow – thinner. Try it. Try sitting on the floor and reach for those toes. Spread them legs and reach for the toes! You’ll feel good and hopefully you’ll want to run in place. Can’t run cause of your knee? Dance! Put on your favorite music and raise those arms in the air and wave them about. Raise those knees (if you can) to your boobies - Boogie Baby!!

Adela Dalto

Coming Feb. 17: Las Martha's, the movie

Recently I was invited to catch a preview of Las Martha’s, an eye-catching film about the preparation of the annual Mexican-American debutante ball set in Laredo, Texas. Complete with extravagant Colonial ball dresses from the time of the American Revolution the festival represents the border friendly town’s annual festival.

photo by Edwin Martinez

The festival was absorbed by the elite Mexican-American population of the original Texas founders 114 years ago. It gives an opportunity to an invited guest from the common folks of the community. Because of her substantial community service, a young lady was given this opportunity.

Laurita on Stage
photo by Edwin Martinez

The commentary coming from one of the debutantes whose family has been in the society since its inception was insightful as we learn her feelings about having an invited guest. It’s a great film that will mesmerize you! Starts on PBS from February 17. For more information, click here.

Rock Star
photo by Craig Marsden

The Equal Rights Amendment

Section 1. Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex.
Section 2. The Congress shall have the power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.
Section 3. This amendment shall take effect two years after the date of ratification.

Ladies, we have a problem, still only 35 states have voted yes on the Equal Rights Amendment. We need to be more active on trying to gain more states. More on this later - Adela.

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