There’s nothing better than spending time with people who “get” you. Flaws and all. Women who make you laugh until you snort. And let you vent when you just need to get it out.
I’m so honored to have these kinds of friends, old AND new.
The women involved in Listen to Your Mother Providence may be “new” people in my life, but the connection we’ve made as part of this national reading series that takes place on May 4 feels like we’ve been friends for a long time.
I’m honored and humbled to be part of the inaugural Listen to Your Mother Providence show, an event taking place in 24 cities across the country that gives Mother’s Day a microphone. These women are so talented. So creative. And one of my sayings (especially since becoming a mother) is: “Girls may compete with one another, but women EMPOWER one another”. As far as this cast is concerned, it couldn’t be more true! This “empowerment” is clearly shown by the women behind the local show. Women I’m so grateful to have in my life, LTYM Providence co-producers and co-directors, moms and bloggers, Carla Molina Martins www.allofmenow.com and Laura Rossi Totten, www.laurarossipublicrelations.com.
I invite you to read my latest Ask Mom OnlineRI.com column to learn more about Listen to Your Mother, which takes place Saturday, May 4 at 2 p.m. at the historical Providence Public Library Auditorium. Tickets are still available and all the links are available here: OnlineRI.com Ask Mom
Join us in celebrating Mother’s Day a little early, in a new and “empowering” way!
melissa weintraub (@dentistmel) said:
I can not wait until Saturday!!! I am so excited to hear you all!
Michele C. said:
I am inspired by all of you amazing women taking part in LTYM! I wish I could be there in person, but I know it will be amazing. And you are right, women do empower women. Leave the bickering to the girls. Good luck!
This is so awesome! I am hoping I get to make it!
Sharon - MomGenerations.com said:
A dear Facebook friend of mine, Stephanie Wilson Precourt, was my first introduction to LTYM out of Indiana, and I’ve been “listening” ever since. I even became “besties” with Steph’s Mom, Rhonda, and Barry and I met her and another FB Boomer in person and for brunch last year… in Indiana! I SO wish I could be at the Providence performance, but Audrey’s son has his First Communion that day and that’s SO special and exciting for our family, too. I will be there in spirit for sure. It’s going to be perfection…
Sharon, don’t you just love it when you get to finally meet FB friends in person? What a great story. I hope that your grandson has a wonderful day. Thank you!