Please Vote on New Yorker Cartoonist Ken Krimstein’s Three Choices

Make It Better Holiday Cartoon Contest

We are thrilled that “The New Yorker” cartoonist and DePaul University professor Ken Krimstein is an avid reader of Make It Better.

Even more thrilling, we have asked him for one of his hilarious cartoons to appear in our December 2014 issue of Make It Better Magazine. But all of his work is so terrific and funny; it’s hard to choose.

So it’s up to our online readers to help us decide. Which of the three following holiday-themed cartoons is your favorite?

Click here to cast your vote.

 1. Christmas in China


2. The First Christmas



3. Regift


A Waterfall and A Woman

Taughannock Falls State Park, NY

Taughannock Falls State Park, beside Lake Cayuga, outside Ithaca, New York, where I will soon be hiking with my husband.

“A strong man and a waterfall always channel their own path.” (Unknown)

“A strong woman always channels the wisest path for herself and others.” (Susan B. Noyes)

Susan Morrison and Women Moving Millions

Thank you Susan Morrison for representing Chicago and the North Shore well the past few days at the Women Moving Millions event in New York City.

Susan Morrison – athlete, advocate, mother, philanthopist, inspiration to many.

WOMEN MOVING MILLIONS is a community of individuals who have made gifts and pledges of one million or more to organizations / initiatives promoting the advancement and empowerment of women and girls. We believe that women and girls are the single best investment towards creating healthy societies, economic growth, and global stabilization. What is good for women is good for everyone.

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