And I know I'm about to cheat (as long as it's one photo, it's ok, right?).
March 8th is International Women's Day, a day dedicated to celebrating Womankind.
Why would you not want to celebrate.
So, here we go:
1. Enid Blyton
I would not know where to begin.
A young person's reading journey is so important.
And as a child, writing stories for children seemed a straightforward concept, and yet so few writers truly engaged.
As an adult, nothing is more admirable.
Enid Blyton. Responsible for extending the imaginations and aspirations of so many generations.
2. These ladies, as they now are, have got me from teen, to mum, to me.
I couldn't cope without them.
They are my individual. My grounding. Proving that we can grow up to be whatever we want to be.
Not only accepting my mistakes, but laughing and crying with me along the path.
I spend time with them, I am in awe, how was I the one who got to know them, how do they manage to be who they want to be.
I am so grateful they agreed to be godparents to my children, because my children need to have inspirational women in their lives.
She was a stay at home mum, and did soooo much more.
Money may have been tight when we were younger, but it never stopped us having the best life.
My mum takes crafting to another level.
And now my children have the most amazing grandmother.
4. J. Of Zumba with J fame.
Jordan is just one of those people. Absolutely gorgeous. And so fit! (whichever way you want to interpret that is the right one). The amazing thing is, she makes getting fit fun, and unintimidating.
And that's a great quality.
But more so than that, why inspirational?
Because Jordan is completely open about who she is. And whilst you look at her and see soooooo much confidence.
She has had her battles, and has not only come through them the other side, but has come out the other side fighting.
And without blinking Jordan has agreed to do something massive. And that is incredible.
5. And finally, the lovely ladies who have been getting #IWD2014 in the twittersphere. These women have inspired people to get involved. Giving a bit of themselves, to allow everyone the confidence to give a bit of us.
These women have some super power which means people up and down the country have been doing really silly and/or sporty things for money.
With no further ado, Team Honk - Tanya, Annie, Penny.
Supporting Comic Relief and Sport Relief in creating #lastingchange