Refuse to be a Dropout in the School of Life

We’ve all seen the statistics – A high school drop out earns less money and is more likely to be unemployed. A high school dropout is more likely to commit crimes and spend time in prison. A high school dropout has lower physical and mental health. So we place a great emphasis as a societyContinue reading “Refuse to be a Dropout in the School of Life”

Reunited (And It Feels So Good)

This has been quite a couple weeks for reuniting with old friends. Facebook may drive me crazy sometimes (like yesterday, when it suggested I “like” a mommy makeover page. Umm…What makes you think I’m a mommy and why do you think I need a makeover?) but it cannot be beat for locating (or being located,Continue reading “Reunited (And It Feels So Good)”

Releasing a Dream

I was 11 when I began stalking Adam.   Growing up, I spent a lot of time at friend’s houses. One friend had a younger brother who played Little League and she and I would frequently be dragged along to his games. Now, as sophisticated and suave 6th graders, we were well above watching theContinue reading “Releasing a Dream”

You Up For Something New?

That was the text that came to my phone at 3:30 this afternoon. Of course, there’s only one appropriate response: “Sure.” The text came from a friend of mine that I frequently refer to as my “sprinting buddy.” We first met at the gym a couple of years ago. He was in the early stagesContinue reading “You Up For Something New?”