International women’s Day

International women’s day is associated with the colour purple. I’n not very keen on the colour purple but the top, I’am wearing tonight is a purple tone. With two girlfriends, I’m watching 50 Shades Freed Film.

There are some great events taking pace as part of She festival in Sheffield city centre, on  Saturday, but unfortunately, I can not go to any because i’m working. See link below for more details of the Intenational women day’s happening in sheffield.

International Women’s day Thursday 8th Mar 2018


I attended Wigs and Women presented by Sean Williams. Two films were shown regarding women cancer patients and wearing of wigs.

I have popped into this virtual coffee morning, for international women’s day.

Here is a story about a French woman with Down’s syndrome, last year she started a job as a weather forecaster.

Here is a story about Harriet Harman who, in 1982, was the first women to be elected as an MP in the UK whilst pregnant.

I have published 2 other women orientated posts today; one about juggling work and children and one about women and dementia.

Lent prompt 25: International Wonen’s Day: Dementia and UK women

International women’s day 8th Mar 2018: Balancing Work and Children

I have also this week shared some posts that others, have wrote about international women’s day:

Netflix is celebrating International Women’s Day the whole month of March —

An interesting post about progress (?) in the 100 years since the first women were allowed to vote in the UK: One hundred years of progress? — Croft Garden

An interesting post about flowers to celebrate International Women’s day with and don’t forget on Sunday 11th Mar in UK it is Mother’s day

International women’s day 2018: events Bristol

International Women’s Day: Why Should We Celebrate It? — Apost by theusualshannanigans with arguments why should celebrate

International Women’s day Events: Berlin

International Women’s Day 2018: events in London

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