Women’s History Month: Rhonda!


When I started the women’s history month series in 2015 I wasn’t sure of whom I wanted to interview.  I delayed asking my own mother because I wasn’t sure if she even wanted to do it.  Well she came to me and asked and that made the situation even better.  My mom is the reason as a woman I’m even here.  If I can ask everyone else their story then asking my mom about what being a woman means to her, what her goals are, and the legacy she wants to leave behind is even more important.

My mom is one of if not the strongest woman I know.  She had my twin and I at the age of 18 so we were able to see her at her most vulnerable stages of womanhood.  I honor my mother for the sacrifices she made for us but her strength in dealing…

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