Your editors don’t usually watch beauty pageants, but we loved what our friends at the Daily Caller have reported about this year’s Mrs. America contest:
Beauty pageant winner Hannah Neeleman gave a pro-family response to a judge’s question at the Mrs. American contest Friday.
Neeleman, who is known online as “Ballerina Farm,” is a mother of seven and a farmer in Kamas, Utah. Her business sells farm-grown meat, kitchen supplies and her popular sourdough starters. The 33-year-old’s Instagram account is popular for promoting a traditional agrarian lifestyle.
“When have you felt most empowered?” a judge asked Neeleman onstage.
“I have felt this feeling seven times now as I bring these sacred souls to the earth,” Neeleman responded. “After I hold that newborn baby in my arms, the feeling of motherhood and bringing them to the earth is the most empowering feeling I have ever felt.”
The crowd burst out in long applause.
What an inspired response and right from the heart. So much more sincere than the ladies who robotically blabber about feeling made whole by attending a Climate Change protest or a Black Lives Matter parade.