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I don't know about you, but I am so glad and relieved that we are finally in 2016
And just in time, is all I can say. The house-of-cards-culture of deception, cynical exploitation, excess and greed that has prevailed for the past decades has collapsed under the weight of its own consumption, crushing the lives and dreams of millions of people.
A new year, a new beginning, a fresh start is just what we need about now. New Year is a return to the eternal beginnings. Back to where there is only hope and promise and enthusiastic, well intentioned energy. Back to the original big bang back seat cosmic conception where all things are possible.
Despite the dismal prognostications, there is definitely hope in the air these days, and excitement at the prospect of change. The freshness, idealism, and renewed faith in the future, even in the face of impending hardship, is palpable and vivifying.
Ironic, isn't it? And so very heartening.
It is like the entire nation is waking up from a stuporous dream, drugged by too much food and drink, our adrenals depleted by years of operating in frantic overdrive racing to achieve, to succeed, to spend, to accumulate, to expand until we explode. Enough already. Basta!
Time to shake off the shroud of vacuous values and get back to the basics. People everywhere are girding themselves for more tough times ahead, but instead of resistance and resentment, I sense a sincere desire to live in a more conscientious, connected and authentic manner. A yearning for life built on principles that we can be proud of.
I recently attended the 60th birthday party of a very old and dear friend. Due to budget constraints, the venue was the back room of a funkyish bar. The refreshments consisted of pitchers of beer and sangria and scant little fried things. All in all, perfect for a college bash, but a bit strange for a room full of midlife women. Or so it seemed at first.
The birthday Queen specified no gifts, but requested a song from everyone instead. And her adoring guests complied. They brought songs alright, complete with costumes and creative props. The show was fabulous - touching and hilarious. And there was dancing. Lots of dancing. It was a really great celebration, rich in all the right components. I can't remember having so much simple down home fun at a party in a very long time.

After all, how many poo-poo foodie parties can you stand? You know the kind I mean. "This cheese is so special, only two cows in the whole world make it! And it only costs $46. a quarter of a pound." Actually, I just received an ad for donkey milk cheese for $7000 a pound. Pulease!
One of my New Year resolutions is to entertain more this year. Not big parties, but intimate dinners with six or eight people who can be depended upon for fascinating conversation and true communion. I am craving old-fashioned one-pot suppers - soups, stews, casseroles, salads. Good bread with or without gluten. Good wine. Good talk. Good quality time.

I remember my mother talking about the Depression. It dashed her plans to go to college. Instead, she had to work in a fruit store to help support her family. But she never complained about that. (Don't get me wrong, my mother was a world class complainer.) But as ironic as it might seem, she had good memories of those hard times. She always said about those years, "People stuck together then, and helped each other." And, "We knew how to have fun."
With this new year we enter a new era. The main challenge that we will face in these uncertain scary times is not the economy. Nor is it the unnerving and seemingly psychotic political scenarios being played out in this country and all around the world. Not to mention the great suffering and grief that they create.
Our challenge is to stay in our center come what may. Our challenge is to breathe in the energy of the life force and to exhale respect, reverence and awe. Our challenge is to be unshakable in our faith. To share our love. And to shine our spiritual light.
And there is nothing so nurturing and supportive of this challenge than that which we create in our domestic day-to-day home lives surrounded by our friends, family, animals, plants and altars.

Let us worship at the domestic shrine and share the holy sacraments of soup and stew and mulled cider. Let us open our hearts and our homes to all of the possibilities of love. Let us create peace in our hearts, in our homes and in the world.
With blessings of peace and joy. Peace! And Joy!
Every Day Rituals

Our home is the true temple, the sanctuary of our soul. It is there that we practice the rites real life. The central heat of its hearth fuels the most basic and profound daily rituals of nurturing, sustenance, support, conviviality  and cheer. The hearth stokes the healthy spirit that comes from physical ease and emotional fulfillment. And we appreciate it all that much more when it is frigid outside. 

The art of approaching all areas of life with the same dedicated, detailed, devotion that one would apply to an important ritual event is endlessly affirming. I think of this mind set as "altared sense-ability." The process, the conscious and conscientious practice, of living a seamless ceremonial existence. The finely tuned craft of making every single detail matter and every precious second truly count. It is this constant presence in the present that ultimately nourishes and energizes us.

Time spent in the bath, with a good book, exercising, and even doing domestic routines, can feel like holy rites of devotion if we perform them with the focused intention of Self-care and love. Our concentration = consecration. Meals, for instance can certainly be something more than the mere rushed intake of calories, nutrients, television news, and family bickering. A normal supper can be one of life's most agreeable ceremonies if we establish a comfortable, leisurely, aesthetic, emotionally safe environment in which to enjoy food and convivial company even - especially - if it is "only" our own.
With ritual in our mind, any time is sacred, and any place, a sanctuary. When we allow ourselves to claim the psychic space and set aside the valuable time for creative ceremony - when we assume the entitlement, the ability, and the authority to do so - we are able to tranceform our perceptions, our perspectives, our passions, our experience, our expectations, and, in the process, our entire reality.
Just Say Yes!

Shonda Rhimes, the titan behind Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How to Get Away With Murder, is responsible for some 70 hours of television per season, and she loves to work. "When I am hard at work, when I am deep in it, there is no other feeling," she says. She has a name for this feeling: The hum. The hum is a drug, the hum is music, the hum is God's whisper in her ear. But what happens when it stops? Is she anything besides the hum? In this moving talk, join Rhimes on a journey through her "year of yes" and find out how she got her hum back.
Outspoken Queen of the Month

The French have a marvelous saying:

When a woman loses her blood, she gains her voice.

The New York Subways sport this sign:
If you see something, say something.
Queens speak up and say what needs to be said
in defense of what they know is right and worthy
and in the best interest of women and society as a whole. 

A Queen has got to say what She has got to say!


Kentucky Rep. Mary Lou Marzian has introduced a bill, HB 396, which would require at least two doctor's visits and a permission slip from one's wife, before a man could acquire erectile disfunction-type drugs.

The Queen's Court

The Queen's Court is a gathering of sovereign women of a certain age - our dear peers - who graciously offer information, guidance, inspiration and encouragement to each other.
We Queens know what we know. And we know a great deal. Our experience has made us wise. So, feel free to consult with our cyber council/counsel when you are need of sage advice or wish to explore a particular topic of interest.

What makes YOU angry? 
And what are you doing about it?

The several past issues dealing with women's righteous anger have really touched a deep, festering nerve. There have been so many truly profound responses. They keep arriving. And as long as they do, I will keep printing them.

The sooner that we can express our anger and own it, the sooner we will be able to use it in a positive way to create much needed change. And the change that we are able to effect in the world, will, in the end, affect us and our own empowerment.

Dear Queen Mama Donna,
There is a pervading concept that we women stain our selves, our purity, our virtuous symbol (the virgin/innocence) if we corrupt ourselves with getting involved or standing up. So many of us are labeled crazy, bitches, liars, etc. when we are speaking up or fighting for a worthy cause peacefully and in a noble way. Look at long it took for us to get the right to vote, we still do not have equal pay just because we were born a female, we get labeled as sluts or whores depending upon what we wear or don't wear, look like or don't look like, or that if a male behaves a certain way we had to do something to provoke it, which is not only lethal and a dangerous mindset but perpetuates violence against women.

It took so long before we had the right to control giving birth because for some women we wanted more than just having children. It's not about knocking the women who enjoy having children, but the power to be able to make that choice or use it for health reasons or to have a fulfilling sex life without worry of a child coming into the mix. Some women were tired of just getting pregnant and not being able to provide or risking their health. Now, here again we are in the year 2016 battling to keep women's health funding for Planned Parenthood (I wish the name would be changed; apparently it is VERY misleading to individuals in Congress or in politics that you would think would investigate and have the intelligence but seem so "concerned" about our health that they want the very tests and preventative healthcare measures to aid us to be taken away. Irony, isn't it? Planned Parenthood gives birth control, mammograms, checks for STD's, etc. It doesn't promote "Come here so you can have lots of babies and abortions."

Where are we headed? Why is everyone so concerned with our anatomy? Why can't we leave the decision up to ourselves? It's still an issue of being our own entity, our own person and being an equal and capable of making our own decisions. We can THINK for ourselves and SPEAK but that seems to be forgotten.)
We have so many people from government, politicians, family members, magazine, media, society telling us this is what we must do to fulfill being a good woman but why are we still being sold as property to people or made it to seem these things are healthy for us when they are binding us, holding us back? Let us use our voices and our gender as a way to empower ourselves and take ownership of what we know we can and should do.

Here is a video link to the Dixie Chicks song, "Not Ready To Make Nice."  
I also think it would be worth mentioning a great program that is also available on a DVD set and clips on Youtube as well as seminars offered by the Gracie Family of Jiu-Jitsu called "Women Empowered." It's a workshop that shows self-defense techniques to help one women. Eve Torres Gracie, Rener Gracie and  Ronda Rousey teach the classes. Very empowering! It shows how if you ever do get to the ground on your back that is the most powerful move for a woman to use to overcome and turn the situation on the attacker's back (literally). Here are some links for it:  
Thank you and may our Divine Mother bless us, direct, and protect so we may help our fellow sisters, mothers, friends and women everywhere. There is a lot of healing that needs to be done. And we must be there for each other. Sincerely,
- Lisa. NJ
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Letters in response to the JANUARY
2016 Issue:

Thank you for another excellent issue. I can see that the topic of anger is very close to the surface for so many of us Queens. I like your suggestion to turn that anger into righteous indignation and use it to energize us to work to make thinks better. I am trying. And I will continue to keep trying. Thanks for the inspiration.
- Sue, MT
I believe that women are so powerful that they can do almost anything and even more than men. They should base their thoughts and actions to inspire others through love. A woman has so much potential to love and remember, the power of our thoughts are so powerful, with unity in a place like yours you can turn your environment up side down. Radiate your love my Sister and you sure will contribute so much to the world.
 - Quintus, Sri Lanka
Love and Thanks. Your words are so very clear and concise while invoking the soul by the poetry that flows into them. Looking for inspiration for my own sharing and any piece of the herstoric associations with the Holydays that come to your mind to share.
- Carol, PA
Mama Donna, thank you once again. You are such a generous resource!
- Camille, CA

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Kudos to the Queens!

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We extend hearty congratulations to our multi-talented circle of Sister Queens for their impressive accomplishments and successes.


What we do now is to be valued - but we need to do more, so that it's more exciting to other people, and therefore that excitement shines back on us and we're able to have the energy to do more, to widen our creativity.
- Siobhan Davies
Robin Bady, NY; Alessandra Belloni, NJ; Marcy Gordon, NY; Annie Lanzillotto, NY; Carolee Schneemann, NY;
on their performances and/or performances of their work.
Emma Amos, NY; Nancy Azara, NY, Judith Berstein, NY; Marieken Cochius. NY; Lauren Curtis, NJ; Agnes Denes, NY; Roslyn Drexler, NJ; Karen Fitzgerald, NY; Janet Goldner, NY; Susan Grabel, NY; Mierle Laderman Ukeles,NY; Adrian Piper, NY; Karen Shaw, NY; Lorraine O'Grady, NY; Meryl Meisler, NY; Michelle Stuart, NY; Martha Wilson, NY; on the exhibitions of their artwork.

Mierle Laderman Ukeles, NY, Seven Work Ballets (Book);
Dr. Susan Shumsky, NY, Awaken Your Divine Intuition (Book); on their new publications.
Miriam Dexter and Vicki Noble, CA; on winning the
Susan Koppelman Award for best edited anthology in Feminist Studies in Popular and American Culture for their book (which Mama Donna has a chapter in).

Emma Amos, NY, for receiving the Larry D. and Brenda A. Thompson Award of the Georgia Museum of Art.
Please send your good news, achievements, accomplishments, successes and celebrations so that our international circle of sovereign sisters can send you blessings and accolades.

And we are glad to so. It is a joy and a privilege to share in the fortune of another woman. I recently heard Oprah say the saddest thing ever - "The hardest thing about being successful is having someone to be glad for you."

It takes a centered and confident Queen to break that pattern. There are 60 million thrones out there. One for each of us. There is plenty of purpose, passion and power for us all. May we use it well! 
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Please Offer Your Purest Thoughts, Your Heart-Felt Prayers, Your Great Good Feelings, And Your Very Best Blessings For Healing and Peace of Mind To:
Adrianne, NY; Alison, TN; Amy, NY; Babs, NY; Barbara, NJ; Bebee, DE; Berenice, NY; Bettye, NY Betty, AL; Chrissie, NY; Christine, NY; Dana, FL; Dawn, CA; Diane, NY; Dolly, NY; Dominique, NM; Donna, NY; Dorothy, CA; Gail, WA; Jo, AZ; Gerry, VT; Joan, ME; Joan, NY; Judi, FL; Judith, NY; Karen, NJ; Kathleen, PA; Kathrine, Denmark; Kaylin, MD; Kazuko, NY; Kim, NY; Kimi, NJ; Laura, NY; Laurie, OH; Linda, FL; Linda, SC; Lisa, NJ; Lorie, KY; Lydia, CO; Lisa, PA; Lucia, TX; Margi, NY; Mari, VA; Margi, NY; Marna, NY; Marsha, NY; Mary, MD; Mary, NY; Mary, OH; Mary, CO; Nancy, NY; Nancy, NC; Nona, LA; Pat, MA; Patsy, NY; Paula, NT; Pearl, NY; Reynolds, NY; Roberta, NY; Sally, NY;Sandy, CA; Serpentessa, NY; Sharon, NY; Shelley, NY; Sheriden, MA; Shirley, IN; Sherli, CA; Sid, PA; Sue, CA; Susan, NC; Susan, NY; Terese, NY; Terri, FL; Urvashi, NY; Vicki, MN; Weslea, ME; and Yvette, NY;
who are in the process of healing themselves from illness, accident, injury, or surgery.
Amy, NY; D. Barbara, NY; Beverly, NY; Carol, NY; Diana, FL; Eleni, NY; Gaetana, NY; Joanne, NY; Kimberly, NY; Kyia, MN; Linda, NY; Linda, NY; Maureen, NY; Meryl, NY; Beedee, NY; Patricia, Australia; Regi, CA; Sheryll, CA; Susan, NY; and Svetlana, NY;
who would benefit greatly from some spiritual support.
Deni, NY; Erica, New Zealand;  Gaetana, NY; Gail, NY; Hemetra, PA; Janet, CT; Kat, NY; Kate, NY;k; Laurie, OH; Lois, NY; Marla, NY; Mary, CO; Marya, NY; Miriam, NY; Nancy, NC; and Roslyn, NJ; the caregivers who are in weary need of care themselves.

May Their Spirits Rest in Peace
Margaret Frantz, CA
Harper Lee, AL
Deborah Alice Lewis, AL
Laura Ann Moore, MO
Angela "Big Ang" Raiola, NY
Amoja Three Rivers, MN
Barbara Jean Seegert, GA

With Heart Felt Condolences:   
Lynn Derus, GA
Carol Knupp, AL
Eleanor Engstrand, CA
Marilyn Loeb, MO
Marlene Schuman, MO

Prayer requests:

I am at Hecate's crossroads in time and space and can use ALL healing blessings!!! Thank YOU!!! It's scary!!!
- Lydia, CO

My sister-in-law Toni Anne asks for prayers for her mom, Joan D. Yukl, who had what they thought was a heart attack this morning, after getting served with papers last night from a 'third party' for a suit against them from a car accident of a year ago. They live in Lake Worth, FL and Toni Anne has severe osteoporosis, so prayers are in order. Thank you all!
- Margi, NY

Respectfully asking for prayers & healing energy to be sent immediately to Daniella & her unborn baby Lydia. Daniella has a 105 fever with a respiratory infection & has been in labor all day. We pray that Mom & baby will be all right! Please join me in setting this intention. Divine Spirit please rock your precious child Daniella in your loving and compassionate arms. Help her to deliver little Lydia as a healthy baby joining us on our earthly plane. May Daniella recover from her infection swiftly and completely. And may all who love her feel your comfort and solace as they walk this journey with Mother & baby. We send this prayer up with love & light. And say, So be it. And, So it is.
- Lynn, NY

I hesitated to ask this, but decided to: I just started 1st round of chemo - for a localized tumor. 5 more to go. I'm feeling OK - tired but in good spirits. Natural nutrients, visualizations & friends are helping. For anyone so inclined, pleases pray the meds will do the full job.
- Donna, NY
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