Canadians are polite… until they travel during a global pandemic?
I’m sorry y’all but I am completely losing my patience about this all! You travelled during COVID? Even if it was for some actual need or something (you probably still shouldn’t have, no matter what! Travelling isn’t needed now at all, no matter what… you can figure out the world without travel!)… even if you did travel you have absolutely absolutely absolutely NOT earned any right to complain about mandatory quarantine. Suck it up. You’re …
Way to go Oxford County Library (+ reminder of why diversity education is still critically important)
Today Oxford County Library posted virtual footage of a beautiful Drag Queen Storytime to its Facebook page. The views have been huge, the comments appreciative from parents and kids in the community. Check it out (it’s so much fun!) https://fb.watch/3VAWf9jyDe/ Of course, sadly, the library has had to remove comments that have broken acceptable community guidelines. In 2021, that something as beautiful as friendly diverse people reading lovely stories to kids is still “edgy” just …
Really growing fond of winter
I feel like I have the most incredibly useful set of good friends in the world. (Goes skiing for first time in two or three years, has personal Ski Patrol support at all times!) You know, I think I’m really coming to like this coldest season! Nice to enjoy the beauty of such a gorgeous sunny day! Groomed snow conditions were amazing too! Bravo Boler Mountain
Pandemic style intervention
It was time, finally, for a pandemic style intervention I am really enjoying the increasing length and waves; but it was tickling my ears all the time and I couldn’t turn my head on zoom because the back of my neck was a disaster. While I adore my main guy Scotty from Angry Bear Barbershop with all my heart and he’s kicked my style sense to a whole level (I’ll be back!), I felt like …
One Year Ago Today
As we inch closer to the one-year anniversary of the pandemic’s tragic start, I am reminded of where I was standing exactly one year ago today. How fortunate that I got to explore beautiful parts of a deeply hurting (but, hopefully, repairing) country just weeks before the opportunity to travel would be stripped away. I know I will feel much more comfortable travelling in Canada before I do visiting the United States (Going ridiculously out …
Shatter Imposter Syndrome
Monday morning the week following an IABC global Leadership Institute conference be like this: Covered in “Zoom Confetti”(I actually got everyone to press the confetti button so I could take the screen shot, but only remembered to screen shot page 1 on zoom: there’s four pages of confetti being thrown!) Saturated with inspiration and best-practice ideas to steal and implement from thought leaders around the world Filled to the brim with energy to change the …
Fin de fin de semaine
solid! It’s been a great day! Two big walks today Thanks Jason & Emerson for the great exercise and chats.