As I prepared to attend the local inauguration gala this past Friday, I was inspired by my choice to also attend the local Women’s March. I wondered if anyone else was doing both. When I mentioned the march to my 86-year-old in-law (I’ll call her granny) she asked if it was a march against Trump. I replied, no. It was a solidarity march to bring awareness to women’s issues. She promptly replied, “Women have enough.” Seeing her expression, poised to argue, I didn’t bother to tell her the march would be starting at the gravesite of suffragist Mary A Nolan, the oldest woman jailed for protesting in D.C. for the right to vote. I was excited and wanted to hear my granny’s stories about the past.