Wednesday

Women with strength, power and the ability to bring down the rough....

There are a few women we know in our family that are 
"My Hero's"  
Really?

When things get tough these two step in and just do the job.  The woman above is an Alaskan State Trooper and she deals with all sorts of large rough men.  I find it amusing how she will confront guys 4 ft taller than herself and bring them down when they are full of liquor or just being mean and after subduing them she pulls out her "Pink" handcuffs and totally humiliates them by making them wear her bracelet as she totes them off to the slammer.
That my dear ladies is "Power"

 Then there is another woman who has worked with her K-9 in the Alaskan Mountains and the borders of Arizona confronting the rough and the strong.  I'm happy to say this one is my personal friend.
More "Power" here!

 My thoughts are if we women could take on their "attitude" no man or woman could hurt us. 
Oh the "Power" of a good attitude about ourselves will go a long way to helping us stay safe from the elusive harm that may be lingering around the corner.
Stay safe ladies and always be "Powerful" in your mind and bodies. 

I'm joining Jenny Matlocks

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12 comments:

published-and-a-giveaway said...

This is a great tribute to strong women. Well done!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Great post! Your friend is an amazing person and I absolutely love her dog!!!!

Tracy Cook said...

Powerful women are to be admired in this mail lead world go sister

Esther Joy said...

Love the pink handcuffs!

Pamela Beers. said...

To women everywhere: A toast to our magnificent selves.

bettyl said...

We don't need 'more power!', we already have it! Great post.

Lola said...

Terrific post - to women everywhere!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What a wonderful tribute!

debra @ homespun said...

LOVE this P post! :)

Riet said...

what a great P word and good for womens day today

Aleta Walker said...

You are awesome Sandy! I have pink handcuffs. The bad guys didn't like it much when I cuffed them with them :-) Thanks for inspiring us! You our a woman I admire!!!

Jenny said...

Gentle power is particularly...ummm...powerful!

I love the no fear attitude!

And I liked how this post warmed my heart.

Thank you for linking.

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