C. Jane Kendrick: Women Behaving Goodly

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  • JPorter American Fork, UT
    March 9, 2011 2:49 p.m.

    I used to look forward to Anne Cannon's column every week and now I look forward to yours. You're just as good at capturing the everyday experiences/feelings of us all in a humorous, personal style. Some of the other columnists are great thinkers, but you're a great writer!! I am missing your post for this week. Hope it shows up soon!! (And keep up the good work.)

  • SarahKate Heathmont, Victoria
    March 2, 2011 8:46 a.m.

    This is the same way I feel about my glorious Nana, who was raised in *a different time* in *a different way* in *a different place*. She, to me, is the epitome of womanhood. But me? I am just learning. I only want to speak to her when I feel I am doing right, when I feel I am humble and beautiful! She, however, loves me how I am, as another generation loving and hoping and being, *differently*, doing things in ways she never had the chance to. This is our chance to make history, I feel, and when I am old, when you are old, we may take compliments humbly and conduct ourselves reverently but now? Now is the time to keep it real. x

  • ejohn162 draper, UT
    March 1, 2011 12:28 p.m.

    I loved this :) You are an excellent writer, I love what you have to say. It's okay if some people don't, if everyone loves what you have to say, you aren't being very honest. I enjoy reading your blog.