Jan. 21, 2018


Unlike today's Liberal Females, I don't need to wear a pussy-hat to know I'm a woman. And, you won't find me marching on DC's Capital, with crowds of liberal lightweights, to prove I'm strong. 

Once I found myself, I found my strength.


In 1989, during a Houston press conference, a reporter surprised me with a question no one had ever asked: "Is it possible that after forty years of "dreaming the dream" that's all it was meant to be? Now, aren't you frightened at the thought of attempting such an impossible dream, especially at your age"?

I assured the reporter that, since the fourth grade, my goal had always been to activate my Great Wall dream; that no, I'd never been just a dreamer of dreams. I suggested he research my background, document my accomplishments and successes, before implying that my project--ALL THE WALL--- might be a publicity stunt. As for my age, I'd never lived by the numbers; age never limited my possibilities.

After completing my journey of The Great Wall of China, a Chinese reporter asked me to make a one-sentence summary regarding my "love affair" with China's Wall. I didn't hesitate in my response:
"The Great Wall of China inspired me as a child; challenged me as an adult; and empowered me as a woman."

PS--A long time ago, I stopped pleasing others. I stopped hoping and praying for others to believe in me. Along the way, I realized that anything and everything is possible when YOU believe in YOU!