Monthly Archives: April 2016

I’m doing what scares me most… For Prince

Yesterday, like about a million other people, I was stunned to hear that Prince had died, and it’s hitting me pretty powerfully. It’s not really about fandom. I do love a great deal of his music, but I never went … Continue reading

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The art of failing (as taught by my toddler)

For the last couple of days, I’ve been thinking about when my son was learning to walk. I have this picture in my mind: He’s standing near Reba’s bed, eyeing the coffee table across the living room. I can see … Continue reading

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That “special something” I promised

Can I just tell you what a joy it is to be in this relationship with you? Two weeks ago, I was at that awards luncheon… and I watched my story act as a mighty connector… and I got reminded … Continue reading

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Life got “brutiful”

So, last week I posted a story about being at a networking event and rediscovering (duh!) the mighty connective power of our personal stories. Did you catch it? Well, it caused quite a stir. Lots of comments and excitement, from … Continue reading

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Your story, The Mighty Connector

Last week, I was at the awards luncheon for the 2016 Women of Influence Awards, hosted by an organization called Connected Women of Influence. Nice name, right, for an organization that brings together women leaders for collaboration and support. I … Continue reading

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