I have been blessed (why blessed? It seems counter-intuitive on its face, but it's the word that first came to me) this week to have to say "No" to two what-could-have-been really great opportunities. Why did I say "No"? Either the dates, location, or timing simply did not work out. If they did, I'd have … Continue reading Saying “No” (i.e. Hello, Insomnia!)
i love cake because every new beginning comes from why do love cake? i love cake so much is angie’s list really free? why do you like cake i like cake because why i love cake re4nik harveigh the cow died give the reason why you like cake meaning of sacrifice in the 21st century … Continue reading So this ended up being another “Year in Review” post. Probably won’t be the last.
Why am I so happy about the start of December? I have nothing against November in theory. But I was so ready to be done with the month. I even changed my calendar to December a day early. I really did not need that extra day. November was a busy month of events, including a … Continue reading Yay! December is here!
One of the things I have learned in organizing public programs is that you have to be willing to let go of your reasons for starting the project. When I discovered there was some push back against one of my core reasons for starting this particular project, I was reminded of the lesson I learned … Continue reading Anxiety and insomnia never were a good mix.
Today was a great way to start the best month of the year. This afternoon I participated in a panel titled "A Double Whammy or Triple Threat: The Disparity of Diversity Amongst Women in STEM." If you've been reading this blog, you can probably deduce my first reaction. Why am I being asked to participate … Continue reading What the little girl in me needed to hear