Tonight, a landmark decision came down in Texas that made me very unhappy. So much so, that I found myself remembering other Texas stories, starting with my grandmother watching her college-educated mother go to the polls for the first time in 1919—the year Texas women got the vote. Read on, Reader!
Courtenay Bluebird is a professional writer and photographer. As a writer, she has penned features and columns for major newspapers and magazines. Her poetry, essays, and fiction have been published in respected journals. As a photographer, she has hung four two-person shows. Bluebird Blvd. is her first, and only major blog. She's so happy you stopped by today.
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