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“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.”~Maya Angelou, American poet I spent the last day of 2014 visiting a college friend. I met Cheryl my first night at Penn State. She and her sister had their dorm door open, … Continue reading
“Frustration, although quite painful at times, is a very positive and essential part of success.”~Bo Bennett, American businessman I didn’t intend that quote to be reflective of this blogpost; it’s just serendipity. Today is December 1. I’m reading social media … Continue reading
The app I downloaded, Timehop, continues to amaze me with glimpses into my past. I’m a scrapbooker, so I know a little about saving memories. But to see the immediacy, from a stranger, well, the sight is jarring. Four years … Continue reading
The party’s tonight, what’s there to do? Halloween planning and costumes and food. Time to go shopping for last minute treats, spooky decorations and lots of good eats! Decorations and favors chosen with care will make this party one festive … Continue reading
“Just Do It.”~Nike I have a long journey ahead of me as I drive from Michigan to South Carolina today. What’s the reason for this 11-hour madness, you ask? I decided to go to the NFPW Nation Conference so I … Continue reading
Congrats! Just one more reason to be Penn State Proud!
“The sun is new each day.”~Heraclitus, Greek philosopher Who doesn’t love sidewalk chalk? There’s something delightful about chalk. Not the small, tighty-whitey type you find in school chalkboards–that is, if chalk is still used in classrooms–but the fat, chunky pastel … Continue reading
“I learned the value of hard work by working hard,”~Margaret Mead, American scientist Back in 1998, I visited my friend, Deb, in Tokyo when she and her family lived in Japan for a few years. I climbed Mt. Fuji. I … Continue reading