I spent Saturday in Chadds Ford, at my favorite museum which we decided to become members of this year (that means I'm going back!) and got to eat out a couple times. I didn't pick up my paint brush. I needed some time off of creating to just think about things. It's all good. I've been reading a lot about health topics and could write a book on here! Does anyone want to hear it? Craig's Steelers won last evening so the house is happy! I'm baking more granola right now (what's new?!) and tomorrow Nathaniel gets his two teeth pulled. There will also be Belgium waffles in our future because I got the second half of my Christmas present! (I was supposed to be at the Hershey Spa this weekend but it must be incredibly popular because they are booked until spring! Ah well.) I'm also back to doing yoga and have a stack of books to read. I'm ready for that big snow storm tomorrow night!....
Monday, January 24, 2011
This is Larry, dressed as a pastry chef, because that's what he did... pursued his passions. Everyone should have a mentor in life-- someone who believes in them and their talents, who gives them their first shot as something, even if they don't have any evidence that they can do the job. Larry was this for me. He took a big shot on me and I think he believed I could do it more than I ever thought I could! As I'm finding out, many of the others I worked with at BSB/Leff & Squicciarini thought so also. He was a mentor to a lot of great people. It's been really heart warming to reconnect briefly with all these old friends and to see what successful leaders they've all become in their professions. I'm so proud to have been part of this group!