I’m still here in DC trying to catch up with my Facebook and Twitter contacts (but I seem though to be falling more behind) after the action I participated in in conjunction with Get Equal. That, and working on a piece about my experience between arrest and court appearance. I plan to have that piece up on my jailhouse experiences on Monday morning.
But, I’m fine now. Evelyn Thomas, one of my fellow White House Six veterans, told me this morning that I glowed. The last two days I spent a lot of time with my very good and wonderful friend Allyson Robinson — frankly, my time with her these past two days has been amazing, and that probably had a lot to do with my recharge after the jail stay. Hey — there was just no better recharge for me than to spend time with my warm, kind, and thoughtful friend.
Part of that last couple of days with Allyson has been at the International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE) Capitol Conference. I gave the high heeled shoes I wore with my Navy Uniform on the White House Fence to IFGE…they’re deciding whether to save the shoes for history, or sell the shoes for fundraising.
Tired, I am. Tired, but fine. So much work still to do.