Yesterday was epic. I could write atleast 10 unique posts on Women’s March Houston (WMH). I just might, lol. Look for the recap/s over the next few days. But before I share those posts which may take more time to create, I wanted to upload this brief interview with candidate for County Commissioner, Precinct 4- Ms. Penny Shaw. Y'all, if I lived in her region she would receive my vote. Not only because I sense that she has what it takes, but also because she's a woman-of-color. Across the gamut more diversity is required. Thats facts. So, here's my endorsement.
Yesterday after WMH organizers, marchers and 'I couldn't make the march but I was able to come to the after-party' folks met-up at a local beer garden for the after-party event. Sis had her table set-up and her team available for engagement. I walked right by and glanced their way as I sipped my Texas Pecan Brown Ale #yum. (It was sweeter than I typically like, however the dark brown color and slightly nutty essence was the perfect fit for an after WMH sip.)
Hadn’t planned on chatting with them. Until I saw one the Sisters at their table standing and laughing with her campaign cohort. Sis was tall and slim and had her trousers pulled way too high. Like literally, lol. Them joints was up to her chest. And I know the high-waist is back this season with a vengeance. Let the disciplined and undisciplined be brought forth! Disciplined meaning to wear such pants your waist has to be snatched... and endless french fries and snackbites ain’t gonna get it... So, yeah I had to say something about her and them pants...
Which turned into a really informative conversation about our political system. We agreed most folks are clueless as it pertains to the county. We know a little bit about the federal system, a tiny bit about city politics and jack-ish about county. Well, we know county courts because.. well.. anyways. So our conversation was getting good and I wanted to share it with yall. Of course when I grabbed my camera both Sisters were like #Nah. They then pointed me to the professional: Ms. Penny Shaw. Below is our interview: