Coffee to Go

People fascinate me. I love to observe candid snapshots of their lives. Whether I am sitting on a park bench watching children play tag, or walking in the mall observing how couples express their feelings through their body language. I guess that makes me sort of a peeping tom....but I just find people so interesting. … Continue reading Coffee to Go

Old Portraits

This week I had a meeting with a colleague to discuss progress on a project. Our prospective offices were so far apart, that I suggested we meet for coffee that afternoon in a central location. I love remote work and the flexibility it delivers. We decided upon a Cracker Barrell as we knew it wouldn't … Continue reading Old Portraits

Learning to Lean

Two years ago, I wrote a few blog posts on Learning to Lead, pertaining to leadership styles and the importance of developing yourself to be someone that people wanted to follow. Depending on which leadership gurus you follow, there are multiple theories on the best leadership style for success. That is not my intention today. … Continue reading Learning to Lean


At the end of February, I attended the Alabama Conference on Social Work in Orange Beach Alabama. I am on the board so I might be biased, but it is the best social work conference in the Southeast! For three days I attended informative classes and workshops to increase my knowledge, skills and abilities in … Continue reading SOCIAL MEDICINE