She’s My Tribe

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  1. Mal says:

    I’m also a firm believer in the mindset of “If we don’t laugh, we’ll cry.” and well… we would do a lot of crying, and while there is a time and place for that as well, that is not the way to make a change. It takes a lot of time to make that transition from “angry and frustrated” to moving forward with what will really make a difference, and it’s exciting to see when more and more people make that shift (even though I think we all still have a sliver of anger and frustration in us- that’s what fuels the passion in our work sometimes).
    You are such a strong leader yourself, and personally, I’m super excited that you have joined our “tribe” as well, even though it’s one I know we all sometimes just want to run from. It’s different when you live it!!!!
    Glad you guys had a wonderful time yesterday! Those connections are what it’s really about!
    Love to your whole family.

    xoxoxox

  2. Christie says:

    I am horrified. Abnormals???? I have no words for that.

    In other happy and not-ridiculous-who-does-that-news, how about Team Powerthirst!?!?!?! They are kicking arses and taking names!

  3. Anna Cyr says:

    <3 Sniff.

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