Week Three: American Women We Admire, Part Two

Women are extraordinary! They are the only people on the planet that can grow life inside their bodies, deliver that life, and then get right back to the daily grind. Women are successful in so many different ways: in their kindness, their compassion, and their bravery; in their seemingly stoic cheer in the face of adversity; and in their ability to balance their work and their life. Here at Graceful Grit, we applaud every single one of these qualities and the women who embody them.

Last week, our authors focused their writings on widely recognizable women that we admire. This week, our focus is on women who might not be as recognizable, but who are no less successful in their chosen pursuits of happiness. We hope you enjoy reading about these women as much as we have enjoyed writing about them!

© Graceful Grit 2018

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Angel Jameson is a Senior in the English Writing program at the University of Colorado Denver. She is fascinated (and disturbed) by politics and religion and how the two intersect to create history and current events. Although her collaborative publication, Graceful-Grit, is focused on the experiences of American Women, she is an avid fan of the strengths and fortitude of women everywhere. By sharing her honest experiences there, and on her personal blog, ponytailmama.wordpress.com, she hopes to convey supportive camaraderie, in addition to emitting positive energy into the universe.

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