Well it started at a BBQ when I refused to share BOTH of my bracelets at any one time. The person I gave one to said "I'll be a part-time Wonder Warrior then." After giggles, we all looked at each other and thought the same thing "We already are."
A Wonder Warrior is;
Stands up to Hate
Is there however and whenever for their friends
Accepts the truth, even if it is uncomfortable
Yes, it is fun to see a half-drunk, sweaty, puffy me in WW bracelets, but I really did buy them for more than the fun. I am a Wonder Warrior. I will not lie down in the approach of hate, or, shirk from helping others simply because it is uncomfortable or time consuming.
Be a Wonder Warrior in your own life.
We need more Wonder Warriors - even if Part-Time.
Blessings and my support to each and every one of you.
(CNN)The mayor of Clay, West Virginia, has resigned and another county official is out following their exchange over a racist Facebook post that compared first lady Michelle Obama to an "ape in heels."
The county employee, Pamela Taylor, worked as director of the Clay County Development Corporation and wrote on Facebook: "It will be so refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady back in the White House. I'm tired of seeing a (sic) Ape in heels," according to a screengrab obtained by CNN affiliate WSAZ.
A screengrab of a Facebook post purportedly from county employee Pamela Taylor.
Mayor Beverly Whaling commented on the post saying: "Just made my day Pam," the screengrab shows.
Clay County Commissioner Greg Fitzwater confirmed to CNN that Whaling resigned, but did not know if Taylor was terminated or resigned her post. But he said that she was no longer working for the county.
CNN has attempted to reach both Whaling and Taylor for comment and have not heard back.