"I want to use my 100th birthday to help young people launch some immediate initiatives--things they can do during the summer of 2007--that will bring new thinking to the prospects of peace in the world." --Katheryn Wasserman Davis
Good Mourning, Widows! Joy to you and me.
Welcome famous widow, Kathryn Wasserman Davis, philanthropist and wife of famous conservative businessman and philanthropist, Shelby Cullom Davis, into the club nobody wants to joy-n.
Kathryn Wasserman Davis' husband, Shelby Cullom Davis, died in 1994, at age 85.
Kathryn turned 100 in February, and continues in the tradition of The Shelby Cullom Davis Foundation, supporting higher education and international relations.
Through The Shelby Cullom Davis Foundation, Kathryn gives away about 5 million dollars annually.
Q: What did the papa ghost say to his son?
A: Don't spook until you're spooken to
One of my rules is: Never try to do anything. Just do it. --Ani DiFranco
After we remember Him, fingerhug your pen. Open, what I lovingly refer to as a, joy-nal. Set a timer for ten minutes. Then begin. Write something. Let the words spill from your brain, through your heart, out your pen, and onto the blank page.
I dare you.
Have a joy-filled day, Widows. And remember, we're not alone.