Archive for the ‘People I Love’ Category


Too busy.

Today… I was thinking I would really like to blog more, but that I’m always too busy to do so… And then I realized that my life isn’t so much busy… as it is full… My life is full of love and friendship and gratifying work… laughter and tears and hopes and dreams. And then I thought… aren’t I lucky to be this busy? http://www.flickr.com/photos/95572727@N00/3822713102/


Daily Reminders from Mom

My mother sends some of the BEST emails. Usually the subject line reads “Mommy” and they never fail to make me smile. Today’s email was no exception and I had to share. The background: Yesterday I was having a no good, very bad day. There wasn’t anything particular wrong, it was just one of those off days everyone has. I unloaded to Mom and, like always, felt much better. This morning I arrived to work, checked my gmail, and was
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Girls, Girls, Girls…

I have the most amazing group of girlfriends in the entire world. They are my confidants, my colleagues, my family members and my heroes. They are who I call when I break a nail, get a flat tire or happen to trip and fall into love. They make me laugh, pick me up when I cry, spell check my press releases and remind me I’m too old to shop at Abercrombie and Fitch. They know I’m not a morning person,
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“Paint the Town Teal” with Memorial City Mall

If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, I’m sure you’ve seen me posting up a storm about the going-ons of one of my favorite clients, Memorial City Mall. If you haven’t, here is the low-down. Inspired by the survivorship story of its Assistant General Manager, Marion Burch, Memorial City Mall has kicked off a month-long initiative to raise funds and awareness for the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF). Yesterday marked the beginning of the mall’s  “Paint the Town Teal”
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On Belief and Cotton Candy

Since the beginning of 2010 and the kickoff of my personal quest for happiness, one of the things I have struggled with is a precise definition of what I believe in. I think having something to believe in contributes a lot to one’s life having meaning… and from meaning comes that oh-so-coveted happiness. What I discovered is that a simple definition does not cover my personal belief system. So after months of making lists in my notebook, scribbling all over
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