I know what you’re thinking: Oh my word, she’s done it. She’s run out of inspiring women to write about.
Not true. In the slightest.
In fact, it’s just the opposite. There’s so many I could write about that today, I got overwhelmed. I was reading about all these amazing women and couldn’t choose.
So I decided to write about all of you.
Hang on. Let me explain.
One of the groups of women I thought about today were my co-workers. I don’t say this enough, but each of you have my deep respect. There is a lot of room for talent in our job, and even though that means many of us are vastly different from each other, it means there’s a lot of room to respect each other, too.
And if there’s one thing I’ve learned from all of you, its that – more often than not – vulnerability invites respect.
Even in those people we really don’t think will understand. Read more
This post is dedicated to a fierce competitor and a lovable guy, former Canuck Rick Rypien. We’ll miss you, Ryp. We know you didn’t play for us anymore, but we will never forget your spirit. We all loved watching you take on guys who were a whole head taller than you! Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Five hours ago, the Stanley Cup was at my work.
No, no. I’m not kidding. I mean, the real thing was at my work.
You super-sleuths now know where I work, if you know the Cup’s schedule. I, sadly, was one of the few who did not know it was going to be there.
And of course, today is the first day of my four-week vacation.
I discovered the Cup’s presence early this afternoon when someone posted a picture on Facebook. Calling the direct line to my department, I asked a co-worker if it was gone.
“Sorry,” she said. “Only a half-hour window, I heard.”
Sigh. This is the plight of a true Canucks fan: never knowing – or not seizing – their half-hour window. Read more