A few weeks ago a colleague of mine and I were sitting in a meeting. While sitting around a large table some folks became really fired up, voices were raised, huffing and puffing was in full effect. We were sitting side by side…and just looked at each other. This colleague is also a good friend of mine and her son has Type 1 Diabetes. He is four. She hasn’t had a full night of sleep in over two years – because she (or her guy) gets up every two hours to check their son’s blood sugar.
When I was an impressionable teen I remember my father telling me, “Find out what it is you love to do in life. Then, figure out a way to make money doing that thing. Don’t worry so much about the amount of money you may or may not make. Your life will be fulfilled with as much or as little by doing the thing you love to do.” He’s so wise. I’m loving life right now. Seriously…loving life.
was an American clergyman and activist best known for his role in the advancement of civil rights using nonviolent civil disobedience. King said many things, but I find this quote (pictured) to be as relevant … Continue reading →