Apparently my tea flavors are screaming personality indicators. Other than Sleepytime Vanilla (which is currently my one tame flavor), I’ve got Passion & Wild Sweet Orange from Tazo. Then I succumbed to Ross’ (discount clothing store) dread checkout line last-ditch effort to get you to make an add-on purchase and came home with a box… Continue reading Matched to a Tea
What’s Sharon Doing This Week? Starting school. It’s a little late (for the formal, book-bound, in-classroom setting, that is), but that’s because experiential education was happening. Woodworking, cave touring, learning new water sports…. You get the picture.
This is a camp in Lake Geneva, and I am waiting for 600 people to arrive to work my facilitating prowess. If you know the local tourism industry, you know there is a season which mainly runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day. If you know summer camps, you understand the sigh of release once… Continue reading Photo Challenge: Waiting
An opportunity opened up for us to attend a Cubs home game, and we took it! I’ll spare you the long story and get straight to the details: We took the ‘L’, got there early to see the trophy, and sat in the tippy-tippy-top, very last row. That’s okay: it was sheltered from the sun… Continue reading On the Bandwagon
While shopping, at the library, at the zoo, in general out on the town or driving around a new city, these were some of the funny / interesting sights I spotted throughout the summer. Oh, the things that make me smile. A tiny Tiny House: That’s one way to advertise: Do you suppose they know… Continue reading Spotted
What’s Sharon Doing This Week? Getting back into the swing after taking a long trip. Do you know that frantic feeling of catch-up? I was gone 14 days with only one day (coming very far into the fun travels at Day 12) for laundry. Don’t worry: I’m not complaining! Now is the time to settle… Continue reading Schedule: 9/3
Ordinary bricks, they are not. This is not biological, but it is in our DNA. Heart + Material + Messages = An Impromptu Memorial. Anything can be ordinary, but then that ordinary can be transformed into the extraordinary by fans joining en masse. These bricks @ Wrigley are my structural example of something wonderful. Hopes,… Continue reading Photo Challenge: Structure