June 2, 2020
General Wendy Johnson

Inspiring Thoughts from the Nebraska National Guard’s First Female General Officer

Although it feels appropriate to launch this post with a whiney pandemic intro, I won’t. You have heard all those rhetorically clever and incredibly annoying color […]
April 28, 2020

Moments of Reset

Living and working from home through Covid-19 feels like the movie, Groundhog Day, except Rene and I don’t wake up every day to Sonny and Cher […]
March 30, 2020

My Favorite Spring (is NOT 2020)

Spring. What a lovely word. When used as a noun or a verb, spring represents feelings of change, hope, rebirth, optimism, and growth. This year, I […]
March 2, 2020
Cancer Fundraiser

5 Years a Survivor. Now What?

Well, I did it! I reached THE milestone. Yep, on February 11 I reached my five-year anniversary as a breast cancer survivor. Rene was at a […]
January 30, 2020
Quote Maya Angelou

Here’s What to Love about February

Greetings from the front lines of world event overload. Over the past month, I have: been frightened by the escalated run-up to another potential war involving […]
January 2, 2020

Clink! Let’s Get This Party Started!

Here we go. Another year, another decade, another rambling mash-up… Before I launch, though, thank you for the fierce outpouring of support after last month’s blog […]
December 2, 2019

Racing to Christmas: Why I Advocate

This year, the amount of time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is about as short as it can possibly be. The race is on. All the fall […]
October 30, 2019

Changing Seasons

Is it me or was everyone geared up for a spectacular autumn display of colors on the front range of Colorado? I thought sure the leaves […]
October 1, 2019

Welcome to Breast Cancer Awareness Month… And How Does That Make You Feel?

October is finally here! All our houseplants are back inside, so if you visit us be careful where you walk so you don’t get stabbed by […]