My sincerest apologies that I was not in attendance, I overslept. Unlike other Women who have shared online why they did not March, I do not share a similar sentiment or excuse for not marching. –Why I blog. For those of you who were not invited to March and attend, it was not made known to us (Invitees) that it would be such a momentous and historical occasion. Why I would March: I would March for those of us who have died overseas fighting for our Country and protecting our rights and civil liberties, and freedom to march and express ourselves, or blog. I would march for those who have died due to gun violence and for the volunteers and victim advocates who provide advocacy daily to them online and behind the scenes with legal teams drafting legislation and bills to be passed, to enact laws that help prevent gun violence. I would march for human rights, and counterterrorism efforts to curtail violence and stop terrorism. There are many reasons why I would have marched but did not, because I overslept. What does it feel like to have not marched? I am disappointed in myself, I do not feel complete, I am upset that I am now having to deal with defamatory hate speech towards me and my campaign, I am upset that I have to now defend myself, that in no way was not attending part of a political agenda, or statement in opposition to women, or the purposes for women marching that day. I am upset that I have to now defend myself, or provide reasons for why I did not march -which there are none, I overslept. I’m not going to make up a bunch of reasons, or defend a bunch of reasons for not marching that do not exist, that would only make me look bad. I’m sorry I did not attend for any disappointment I may have caused to those who invited me to attend personally and professionally, I had no intent to cause harm or appear not in support of your causes, which I was not present to march for. I support women, and I support their march, and for every reason women decided to march that day. I wish I was apart of that group that day that marched in LA, very impressive, I missed out. I was looking forward to marching, work up at 10am.