Don’t Worry, Be Happy • Myrddin Publishing
For much of my childhood, my grandmother, Ethel, lived with us. She had the biggest influence on how I view my life as a woman. Born in 1909, she had always been a staid, working-class housewife who “knew her place,” which was not what most people would have considered it. Convinced that men couldn’t think … Continue reading "Don’t Worry, Be Happy"