10 years ago, I was the customer service and marketing manager in the family print shop and Quinn and I celebrated our 10-year wedding anniversary with a delightful party at the Joslyn Art Museum and I wore a fabulous dress. I celebrated a breakthrough in my health and was in the few “perfect weight” years of my life. (Well, to be honest, I had one singular year of perfectly healthy weight. Ah well…but this post isn’t about my body
So, that time of year, eh? Reflection and looking forward. The last several years I’ve embraced choosing a word of the year theme.
Some years I’ve stayed true and been more successful with my theme than others. In 2018 we did produce, not as prolifically or as completely as I had intended last December, but I tend to shoot rather high. 🙂 We certainly didn’t slouch and we learned a lot,
Wow – The Last Four Short Years…
Marcus in his Downs Design Jeans as we head to Denver – June 2014
When I think of Marcus’ first audition to model at the “Be Beautiful, Be Yourself” Fashion show, I marvel at how far he has come. Back then he struggled to give a real smile and moved stiffly across the stage. What a journey!
Still, some attitudes from his first audition continue to be true today. That night in 2014 when the audition ended, he walked from the theatre and said,
When your child is born with down syndrome, a bright future may be hard to imagine. The future became a long tunnel, too misty and unknown to even imagine…