Monthly Archives: March 2010

Breasts Are Not For Saving, Women Are.

“Femininity is in the way we’re brave enough to have the tough conversations. It’s in the grace of kissing a skinned knee, and in the power of achieving dreams. Femininity is strength. It’s smiling on your way to your mastectomy. It’s survival.”   –   Kate Kunkel I’m incredibly blessed to meet women and men…

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Enough For Two…

Little girls sometimes, don’t understand adult concepts.  I say sometimes, because every once in a while her eyes will convey the incredible knowledge she is holding inside and it both frightens and enthralls me. We met one of her friends for a playdate tonight.  For those of you who are not parents, playdates are where…

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Starting Over…

 In all reality: launching pads are never beautiful until we look back. The scrapes of our feet trying to get up into the air look like failures until you realize, “that’s just incredible and determined strength.” If they were beautiful, they would be wrecked. You must start somewhere.       -  Kate-Madonna Hindes

I Use My Blog For The Powers Of Good, (mostly…)

A friend of mine recently brought up a statement I pondered for a few days.  ”Kate,” (she said as her hand flipped the dinner spoon back and forth,) “You blog about everything else.  See if your blog can find you someone worth it.”  I tell job seekers daily to be willing to be transparent about their wants and offerings…

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You can have your cake, and find a man, too.

When I first met Alan Hill I saw an incredibly vibrant and reflective individual.   We’ve become great friends and I attribute most of my success in times of  doubt to his gifted motivation.   We were walking out of the Master’s Forum together yesterday non-chalantly joking about my dating life and why some men, (and women,)…

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March 24th Quotes

I think it takes an strength  to say, “I want the best for you, I’m not it.”  Your words will fuel me.  2 years amounts to a plethora of blog posts and personal reflection. Thank you. Kate Nash- Merry Happy “People are afraid of themselves, of their own reality; their feelings most of all. People…

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You Can’t Stop The Signal…

There’s a famous line from Serenity that always reminds me of Twitter: “You can’t stop the signal.” I’ve been a Serenity fan for quite a long time.   From the moment I saw the Firefly series a few years ago, I was hooked with Joss Whedon’s witty prose and the way in which the characters…

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Steve McKee on Growth, Change and Setting Yourself Apart.

I liken business to the second law of thermodynamics and the principle of entropy, which postulates that everything in the universe tends toward disarray.My job–your job, all of our jobs–is to serve as a form of gravity, holding together our little corner of the universe.    -Steve McKee I was recently given the incredible opportunity…

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Action Expresses Priorities -Gandhi

I think if we are truly ready to listen: Our day to day activities have a lot to share with us.  Experiment with me.  You’ll need: A fantastic memory Something to write on To close all those other pesky tabs at the top of your screen that are calling out to be re-opened.  Seriously. I…

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Sweet, Layla Grace

Layla Grace is the name of a little girl who died this morning after losing battle with Stage 4 Neuroblastoma. I want everyone to hear her name, and see this sweet, sweet, face. How long have I known Layla’s story?  About ten minutes.  This certainly doesn’t give me any permission to express anything but deep…

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Who is, GirlMeetsGeek?

Her splashy feet, spike up to the side of the tub and match the giggles that amplify in our 2nd bathroom. I say second because one of the things I’m most proud of is the fact that I actually have two, bathrooms. People might ask me down the road, what’s one thing I cherish and…

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