Well, week 3 of my gratitude project ended yesterday. It was a long, tiring week that included hosting a big work event and several other activities that kind of drained me mentally and emotionally. I was grateful to have some special people bring laughs into my week, and some quiet moments to relax and unwind.
Week 2 of my Gratitude Project ended yesterday. I’ve discovered a fun part of doing this project is that I have a lot to be grateful for – from my health to my family, friends, coworkers and kind strangers to my education and so much more. I already knew I was fortunate for so much
My word of the year is FOCUS, which hopefully will keep me focused on the major goals and plans I’d like to accomplish during 2016. That includes staying focused on the many blessings in my life. I have a lot to be grateful for, as do most (all) of us. We all have moments when
There are still so many stories and memories to share from the trip to last week’s Kentucky Oaks and Kentucky Derby. It was like a sensory overload at times for me – so many people and things to see, so many horses to watch, so much to soak in so I wouldn’t miss anything
I love taking pictures. I love capturing moments and memories. I love seeing others’ pictures to view a scene as they do and glimpse their lives. So I was very excited when my husband and I planned a date night that included a visit to Cranbrook Institute of Science in Bloomfield Hills. A new exhibit,