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An Important Woman You Should Get To Know

The definition of a real woman is a strong-minded and smart human being that will one day make a huge difference in this twisted world. She doesn’t get recognized as she should, and sometimes she feels like giving up, but she’s still striving to be the best. The long hours behind every paper she did or the pathway she walks on will be in a history book one day. Her birthday will one day be celebrated, and young ladies under her will one day praise the timeline of her life. Have you figured out who she could be? Let me give you a good hint. Walk-in front of a mirror and move the hair out of your face.

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Let’s recognize the woman that should be honored every day this month, you. You shouldn’t just be identified on your birthday, but every day. Take this month to show your natural beauty to the world. Every day you wake up to see another day; you bless the world with your existence. Your hard work doesn’t go unnoticed, and your long night isn’t wasted. You take so much time planning out work and your monthly schedule that you don’t take some time to plan a day to yourself. Embrace how different you are and how important you will one day be. Women’s month isn’t a month only for the women who already made their mark; this month is also for the women who will one day become a chapter in a history book. You are essential to believe it or not.

 

Simone Hill

Valdosta '23

Simone Hill is a sophomore at Valdosta State, majoring in Communication Disorder and minoring in Psychology. Her goal is to work in a school system as a Speech Pathologist or a counselor, but she loves to sit back and watch Netflix and draw in her spare time. She also loves to design and paint stuff in her room. "A creative mind never sleeps," a quote by an anonymous author.