I see amazing women. What do YOU see?


Here’s a short (about three-minutes) video I put together for the What I See project:

Thanks to: (in order of appearance): Carolyn Theriault, Daniela Lambert, Georgia Lewis, Judith Carter, Jesta Phoenix, Judy Matte-Thompson, Maria K. Lawton, Kathleen Musso, Kim Noce, Laura Littlefield Bush, Mary Murphy, Sunny Jones, Kate Burke, Molly Bainbridge, Robin Adair, Sue Rosen, Padi Mayhew, May Tartoussy, Lynne Andersen, Noora Nasrallah, and my Mom Pinkie Patti.

I also submitted another which touches my heart in a special way. It’s of me and my Mom Pinkie Patti; it’s called “I See You and Me. And Love.”

What do you see?
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Susan Macaulay created and curates SheQuotesMy Alzheimer’s Story,  Amazing Women, and Succeed With Susan. She is a feminist, global citizen, lifelong learner and the author of Everyday Feminine Wisdom and soon-to-be-published “the dogs’ breakfast.”

19 Responses to “I see amazing women. What do YOU see?”

  1. What an honor to be part of such a beautiful effort – thank you dah-ling Susan, you – truly – are – AMAZING! 🙂

  2. Lynne Andersen says:

    Such an awesome project! I am truly humbled to be included!

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  4. Maria says:

    That was beautifull inspiring…. xxx

  5. I agree Susan, Lynne, and Maria – but then again, I’m just a bit biased! LOL! xo

  6. Lynne says:

    That was amazing (you truly deserve your title :)) I read your invitation but my mind came up with ‘don’t be silly – what would you say?’ I missed out big time. I really appreciate you. I appreciate how you put yourself out there for all of us. I appreciate your post on losing your mind, and your mum and the steps for self love. I appreciate you pop into my living room in rural Scotland and offer the invitation to connect. I will take up the offer next time; and when mind says ‘don’t be silly …’ I’ll notice it, thank, it for its concern, and do it anyway. Congratulations to Everyone who had the courage to participate; it was beautiful seeing you.

    • AmazingSusan says:

      @Lynne: wow! TYSM for your beautifully honest and appreciative comment – so encouraging and energizing!

      I invite you to take a mirror photo and send it to me with three words describing what you see, just for the fun of it and for the sake of the process. I plan to do another blog post with a couple of people I wasn’t able to include in the initial project… you could be part of that follow-up post 🙂 Send to:

      I was in Scotland for the first time a few years ago – at TED Global in Edinburgh. I loved it. I imagine it must be magical where you are.

      Thanks for appreciating me and what I do, and for taking the time to comment so thoughfully <3 <3 <3

  7. Lynne says:

    It’s on it’s way; and I don’t care if you use it or not, I just want to thank you for the invitation so I can practice accepting 🙂 much love to you x

  8. Glenys says:

    Susan you continue to inspire. I have posted a link to your blog on the CTI certification site. We are currently exploring perspectives and what it means for our clients. Thank you for the wonderful insights. I love the pink Patti I see you and me love clip. xxx