Day In the Life – and What a Day!

Resharing this post, a little #TBT, WOW! such fun to look back at the building of Black Day, the auditioning for the Global events, this was a pretty “normal” day in those days…A_Day_in_the_Life_Stacked_4cI love this #LifeWithDs concept, the Day in the Life idea. I love that it gives folks a chance to see the real day-to-day, the normalization of what life is like for our families. Sooooo, it may

2019-04-13T09:57:59+00:00Categories: Grown Ups & Downs|Tags: , , |3 Comments

Where Life Is

Right now I feel both drained of inspiration and full of emotion, which seems contrary because inspiration is borne of the rawest and truest emotions.

Inspiration when you’re empty. 

I don’t know. I feel very empty.

Yet, I realize that all of this…all of this experience, these moments of reflection, hard truths, and harder lived lies. These minutes that alter between cleaning up, caring for, enlisting help, and often just watching…that seep into numb hours, still provide learning moments.

Our Living History

us10 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

2018-12-08T09:58:09+00:00Categories: Grown Ups & Downs|Tags: , , , |6 Comments

Dear 2019, I Will

So, that time of year, eh? Reflection and looking forward. The last several years I’ve embraced choosing a word of the year theme.

To recap:

In 2015 I said, I want it all. (Also, I said Publish) In 2016 I said, Purpose. In 2017 I said, Patience. In 2018, I said: Produce.

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,