Today is my birthday. I told the kids at school that today I turned 100. They don't really know. Thirty is basically like 100 to them. When I was twenty-whatever, these are the things that I learned.
Change happens. For better. For worse. There's nothing we can do to stop it. We can't prevent it. But we can direct it.
Committment is worth it. I'll never give up on committment again.
My greatest treasures are friends and family. They are priceless.
Starting over is way harder than it seems.
My dog is the love of my life.
Retail therapy covers over a multitude of sins. Well... we pretend it does.
Being responsible is not one of my strong points.
I fail. Almost every day I fail at something. But in the end, it causes growth, so perhaps it's worth it.
Changing the life of a child is like nothing I've ever known. It's nothing anyone can ever take away from me. It's mine forever.
I know what I want and what I don't. And I'm not afraid to clean things out of my life that just aren't what I want.
Balance is essential.
I need God. Real bad.
Being a lady is not just about looking lovely. It's about confidence and tenderness and full-blown, bone-crushing torrential strength.
When you get down to the tough stuff you do what you gotta do to plug ahead. You laugh. You find all the happy you can find. You pull your friends real real close.
I am extremely skilled and I have raging passion that pulls me to love what I do for a living.
Being outside is not optional for me. I have to see the sky and feel the breeze. I have to notice the little details. I have to stop and explore.
When I love, I love big.