Lowcountry Boil

This week my occupation took me to Charleston, South Carolina for a spring industry meeting.  As usual, I left Oklahoma bright and early on Tuesday morning and headed through Atlanta to Charleston, SC.  My arrrival was a day late to the meeting, but in time for the primary industry speaker scheduled to attend on Wednesday.  … Continue reading Lowcountry Boil

The House of Unexpected Sisters

It was a beautiful spring Oklahoma weekend.  The sun was shining and not a cloud in the sky.  For the first time this year I found myself with free time on my hands.  No weekend office work, no household chores, and no need to study for a night class I have been enrolled in this … Continue reading The House of Unexpected Sisters

Tuesday Travel Thoughts

This morning I left Oklahoma City at 7:00 am for scheduled meetings in Washington D.C. this afternoon and tomorrow.  As I prepared to catch my Uber ride to the Will Rogers World Airport, I thought of  Debra Jane’s recent blog, Tips for Traveling.  It is a great blog with lots of helpful tips, such as making … Continue reading Tuesday Travel Thoughts

Leadership Lessons & Meeting Management Tips:

This weeks leadership lessons  come from my attendance at the Oklahoma City Cox event center 2018 annual  Women in Leadership Conference.  The event had a full attendance, and the day was invigorating with a panel of excellent speakers and topics.  Using my standard goal (Leadership Lunch Notes) of gathering three tips to keep my mind from … Continue reading Leadership Lessons & Meeting Management Tips:

#sticksoutforhumboldt

My son plays travel hockey. Has for 9 years now. 6 of those he has traveled. Hockey community is strong. We love this sport partially for that reason. There was a bus accident, horrible loss of Jr. hockey players, coach, and reporters. Usually there are flags half mast. This tragedy calls for sticks on the … Continue reading #sticksoutforhumboldt