The blog has changed its hosting service and the 64 post’s comments till July 9th were unfortunately lost during the process. I could get them back somehow, but they won’t appear with your names, but blog links – fortunately, I could add them! Thanks for your understanding!
Safety pin movement is a symbolic way to show support against racism, after Brexit… but let’s also remember and wish Happy 4th of July
Something I really despise is racism. I had a “frenemy” that is sooo racist and will never recognize it, but easily “grabbed” by the person’s speech, one of the reasons I detached myself from that person. The UK faced the Brexit referendum on June 23rd; since then racist attacks have increased. The Safety Pin Campaign raises against racism and to show solidarity to immigrants; wearing a pin shows potential targets that the wearer will support them, they’re “safe“ with the wearer.
Funny is that before the campaign I was walking and spotted a lost safety pin on the street. A bit before I read that finding metal on the street is positive – I tend to be superstitious Ten minutes later I found another one! So I’ll wear a safety pin not on the outfit today, but will post it next Monday
Also thinking of so many attacks around the world. Today, #PrayForTurkey
Maybe we can smile a little… OOTD and see if you can find the “different” couple
FINISHING TOUCH – MOOD OF THE WEEK
Wishing you a fantastic week with smiles! Thanks for the lovely comments!