Looking for my glass slipper!
When I reported to the cancer center last week for my first round of chemo, I was decked out in a red and purple feather boa. This was not just any boa—this boa was last worn by my mother-in-law years ago when I treated both her and my mother to a tea party. My mother-in-law was 101 years old ... Read More »
Like many women I know, I’ve spent much of my adult life stressing about my weight. In high school, I never gave it a second thought—I was into sports and ate whatever I wanted. People commented on my body all the time. Back then I didn’t think much of it, but now I realize that was the start of my ... Read More »
My purpose for this blog is to share amazing stories of amazing people—like this story about my friend D’arcy. I have known this woman for twenty years. She was always a hard-charging but loving ReMax Real Estate broker who set the bar for delivering world-class service to her clients. To D’arcy ... Read More »
February 2, 2018 - Walking into the Heart and Vascular Center at Riverbend Hospital, I told myself I was going to make a positive impression on everyone I met that day. The staff attendant told me to go to window three to be checked in. I skipped (literally) to the window and consciously ... Read More »
In 2017 I had the good fortune to meet Dr. Laura Moore, and it changed my life. What started out as a client relationship morphed into a best friend friendship and saved my life. Laura and I noticed that we had much in common as we talked about business and life. I liked her sense of humor, her ... Read More »