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Nik’s story as an abortion survivor is profound and timely when so many governors (New York, Illinois and Wisconsin) veto legislation to protect abortion survivors. So sad that Wisconsin’s Governor, a cancer survivor himself, will not support legislation to protect the Wooden spoon survivor shirt survival of abortion survivors. (What happened to “live and let live?)
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Thank you to everyone who made our first week as Wooden Spoon a success! First and foremost, I would like to thank the Wooden Spoon staff – we wouldn’t be open without the support and dedication of each of every one of you, including the Wooden spoon survivor shirt most inspiring leadership team! Words cannot express how thankful we are for Catherine Franklin, who came up with our logo, is building our fantastic website, and has guided us through all the twists and turns of a rebrand. One of the highlights this week is roll out our new sign, expertly made by Jackson at Fingrprint and Alan at Old Fashion Carpentry. B.Stark&Co. was able to quickly get new quality t-shirts, which brought smiles all around. We are truly a family-run business, because our friends and family pitched in to make this vision come to life. And finally, thank you to our customers – you made this all possible with your feedback and support. Gratitude is a powerful motivator folks, and as the owner of Wooden Spoon, I am filled with it each and every day.
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Thank you for sharing this story, Marianne Combs. Thank you, Laura Stearns Adams. Thank you to everyone I know who amplified this story, including Shanan Custer and Michelle Cassioppi Guertin. I know and love people on the Wooden spoon survivor shirt board of CTC, and I am deeply troubled by this story. It is clear that the board of CTC is attempting to frighten other survivors into staying silent. That they are trying to save their institution is understandable. That they are trying to save their institution by behaving immorally and abominably is unforgivable. Sometimes you just have to stand up and say, “We were wrong and we are sorry. We weren’t there when these horrors took place, but we are sorry.” Then just let the chips fall where they may. Don’t be Donald Trump. Don’t be Brett Kavanaugh. Say you’re sorry and take your lumps. Maybe your institution will survive. Maybe it won’t. But you have to do the right thing. You are an institution that professes to instruct children. For God’s sake, teach them to do the right thing.