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Women are the primary resource of the planet. They give birth, we come from them. They are mothers, they are visionaries, they are the future. If we can figure out how to make women feel safe and honor women, it would be parallel or equal to honoring life itself."

- Eve Ensler


Dear Mighty Moms,

I have some very sad news.  As you all know, we've moved to beautiful Shenandoah Valley where I planned to relaunch Mighty Girl Art in the summer of 2020.  Only three months after we moved into our first home in VA, my husband unexpectedly died of a sudden heart attack.  Amidst our deep grieving, I have been trying to find full time employment to care for our son.  Our home was purchased on my husband's salary, not mine, therefore it is unlikely that I will earn enough to afford to keep our home and support our son.  At some point, I will likely have to sell the house we worked so hard for.  My husband had basic life insurance, but that will not cover the cost of the house.  In addition there are hospital bills, the first of which is 13k.

Robert was a former history teacher who had a dream to work in public interest law and serve poor and marginalized communities.  He cashed in his retirement, took out student loans and put himself through law school.  We met in NYC, fell in love, moved to Syracuse where he worked for Legal Aid, and where I gave birth to our son.  A year later he was offered a position with the Social Security Administration, we moved to Virginia where we had been renting ever since.  In June of 2019 we purchased a home in rural Virginia in an effort to lower our cost of living, pay down his law school debt, and finally own a home of our own.  Three months later, a sudden and unthinkable tragedy struck our family.

Please have patience while I try to find my way through all of this.  Once I secure employment, I will re-launch Mighty Girl Art during my time off from work.  Art is a language, a form of expression that empowers and heals.  I will continue to find ways to hold space and presence for your daughters' expression, but it's going to take me some time to figure it all out.

In the meantime, my beloved friend, Petra, set up a gofundme to help with the financial catastrophe of my husband's death.  If you wish to donate to the fund or simply share this info with someone who may be able to help in any way, we would be very grateful.  Here is the link

Wendy's GoFundMe

As always, "made so & rooted by love",