After living a lifetime of allowing others to force me into a box, I have made a point to constantly push boundaries and venture where I wish. With that in mind, I’m voicing words unspoken and sharing my top local picks for Woman Crush Wednesday.
An instant crush formed the day I met her. She has passion, heart, and sincerity; she's creative, practical, and so much more. Let’s just say I think she is amazing.
Educator, fitness instructor, dancer, cyclist, and one of the sexiest women I have ever met. But more importantly she is the one that can warm my heart with a simple smile.
Chef, business woman, and the person responsible for changing my opinion about beets and Brussels spouts.
Advocate, activist, realist, historian, creator of old images of the Bronx, and resource specialist transplanted here in Philadelphia where her daily work affects those that truly need a bit of help.
The woman at the bus stop in sensible shoes and super cute outfits day after day. She's a mix of geek, nerd, artist and attitude that is simply irresistible. From our first casual glance till now, the intrigue remains.
I don't know a lot about Daisy, but her awesome look and consistent ability to navigate spaces in various ways has me saying, "wow."
An anchor of stability and support. She's often seen in the shadows, yet she stands on her own. She seems to have a strength founded in passion and compassion.
Share your Woman Crush Wednesday!
Here are the rules: (1) Name five to 10 ladies you’re crushing on (2) You and all women involved must be from Philadelphia (3) Email your crushes to email@example.com.
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