And on I went to Washington!2 comments
After visiting the underground nuclear weapon launch site, I climbed back in my car and ventured on toward Washington D.C., to try to do my part to make sure these weapons were never used. It boosted my spirits to see this sunset over the Mississippi River.1 comment
In October 2015, I completed my commitment to send Obama 100 peace letters. I had already written 99 of my promised 100 letters for nuclear disarmament back in 2013. It took until this year to present the 100th letter in Washington D.C. in the form of my vinyl-wrapped peace car. The dots on the car show how many nuclear weapons there are in the world, color-coded by country:1 comment
Now you can own you own copy of the 100 letters to Obama! Order here:2 comments
So I heard President Carter was going to be in town signing copies of his latest book: A Call To Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power. This was the incentive I needed to hurry up and finish the 100th letter, publish an early copy of the book of the letters, and rush my new website into production.
Well it is finally done! My ambitious hundredth "letter" is here!4 comments
Here they are in order:
I am nearing the end of the year and the completion of my goal of writing 100 letters to Obama for the elimination of nuclear weapons. Starting to think about what key people and issues I want to cover. Definitely planning to make a book of these when I am done. Let me know what you think!1 comment
Here is letter number 59:
...and still no response from him six months in!17 comments
Here are the last five I've written.1 comment
Written after my trip to Berlin and Stockholm.3 comments
Here is the next batch of letters.
Here are the next dozen letters.1 comment
Here are the next 5 letters to Obama.1 comment
My President was inaugurated yesterday and he forgot to mention something. I am going to write him everyday for 100 days to remind him.