Right People, Right Seats

Right People, Right Seats

When I start a blog, I don’t go back and check to see if I’ve written about a topic before. As I started this one, I felt like maybe I had, but did not want to influence my brain, my today thoughts, with those from yesterday. This year, I decided to be very...
Who’s the Kid in the Room?

Who’s the Kid in the Room?

Do you remember the wonder of make-believe, play and exploration you had as a child? Dirt and water become extravagant cakes and branches the sharpest swords. A rustle in the leaves caused by a critter was the lurking werewolf. If you have children or have spent any...

Enhance Your Volunteer Experience

When you think of volunteering what words come to mind? Fun? Boring? Requirement? Some people genuinely enjoy giving their time to a cause they are passionate about, while others may think of volunteering and say “NO WAY!” Volunteering is a different experience for...
Green Juice and Green Lights

Green Juice and Green Lights

My commute to work is about 14 miles. On a normal day it takes me roughly 30 minutes to get from my mailbox to the office parking lot. On my way in earlier this week, I was craving a juice so I glanced at my clock to see if I had time to get one and still make our...
The Art of Understanding

The Art of Understanding

Several years ago, a friend recommended that I read The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman. I bought the hard copy and read it with interest, sharing with my husband that the reason I wanted him to clean out the carport for my birthday instead of getting me anything was...