What's Your Superpower? If there’s one thing we learned in the last few months, it’s that ALL of us have superpowers that help make our communities better! Wondering what yours is? Take our quiz to find out! We have 7 hypothetical scenarios – how do you think you’d respond to each one? 1 / 7 Your daughter comes home crying because the school play is about to be canceled – and she’s supposed to play the lead! It seems that the budget was cut and there isn’t enough money to pay for the costumes. What do you do? You let everyone in the school carpool line know about what happened so you can gather ideas You immediately sit at your computer and design a poster for a bake sale to fund the play You start a text chain with all of the powerhouse PTA members you know in order to pitch in and raise the money You call the theater director and ask if there’s a way for you to help make the costumes 2 / 7 A town ordinance has just announced that mulch is no longer allowed – pine straw only. There is NO way you are going to scrape up all of the newly laid mulch in your garden beds to replace it with expensive pine straw! What do you do? You post flyers around the neighborhood and alert everyone to the next town council meeting so they can vote down this ridiculous rule. Don’t they need a 75% majority to change the rules anyway? There has to be a way around this rule, so you look for the absolute ugliest pine straw you can possibly find to put in your front yard by the bale. They’ll regret trying to pull this fast one! You start a group chat with your cul de sac and all of the neighbors who have kids your kids play with. You’re running for the next open position on the town council! You call a member of the town council – she’s a friend. She owes you an explanation! 3 / 7 You get home from a realllly long day at work to see dishes piled on the counter, toys strewn around the living room, no dinner made, and your spouse and kids playing video games in the playroom. How do you react? You step over the toys and go into the kitchen to make YOURSELF dinner. They can fend for themselves! You jump on the mom Facebook group you belong to and ask how they would handle it. You draw up a chore list and assign everyone their roles immediately. You quietly ask your spouse to meet you in the bedroom to have a chat, where you explain to them in great detail about the mental load you carry and how cleaning up after the kids is both of your jobs. 4 / 7 You find yourself unexpectedly with a free Friday night! What do you plan? Girls night! You immediately text your three besties and ask them to join you at the local bar. Date night! You tell your significant other they’re buying you dinner. Craft night! You’re way behind on that scarf you’ve been knitting, so now is the perfect time to catch up. Netflix night! Everyone can find you on the couch with hot tea and your comfiest socks. 5 / 7 It’s your spouse’s 40th birthday. What do you do? You’ve pulled strings at your favorite restaurant in town and have a table overlooking the river. You’ve spent a month creating a collage of all of your best times together, and it’s being framed at the shop as we speak. You’ve spent weeks on an email thread with your spouse’s college friends, planning a weekend celebration for them. You have a surprise birthday party waiting for them when they get home from work. 6 / 7 One of your all-time favorite books to read to your kids is It’s OK To Be A Unicorn, but some Moms for Liberty extremists are trying to ban it from their school library! What do you do? You jump on the PTA Facebook page to write a long, impassioned defense of the book. You record a video of your oldest kiddo reading the book to share at the school board meeting. You DM the author on Twitter to let him know what’s going on so he can fight back! Rally the troops! All of your friends are going to be at the next school board meeting to speak against book banning. 7 / 7 Your 12-year-old daughter wants to show off her skating skills on an ice hockey team – but it turns out the only rink in town doesn’t allow girls in the league. What do you do? Post on every social media group you’re in looking for other girls who want to play. There’s strength in numbers, and you’ll make the league see the light! You organize an all-girls hockey game at the rink with your daughter’s skating friends. They will have a blast! Sign your kiddo up anyway – let’s see them try to turn her down once she’s on the ice. The town’s athletic director is on your speed dial. This is discrimination, and you don’t think she’ll stand for it! Your superpower is on its way! But first, we just need a bit more info from you so we can let you know about fun in-person and Zoom events coming up at Red Wine & Blue. 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