Fall is by far my favorite time of year. I know for some September means back to school. However, for me it means the joy of watching the leaves change color, fall décor, attempting to listen to the men in my life recall their fantasy football draft picks for the umpteenth time and National Library Card Sign Up Month!
Last week, I was fortunate to join over 1,000 people at the National Sexual Assault Conference in Pittsburgh, PA. What a treat to be surrounded by so many amazing and talented people who are passionate about ending sexual violence!
So, my favorite weather guy claims it’s going to be 90 tomorrow with humidity. Ok, no big deal, it is July after all. However, I wish someone would tell the overzealous stores and radio advertisers that it’s still summer and school is not back in session!
It’s that time of year again…we are busy, busy, busy with preparations for the National Sexual Assault Conference (NSAC) and the annual RPE Leadership Training. Perhaps you’ve wondered where this preventionista has been hiding lately. The answer would be under a pile of
In my last posting, Tulip Invasion: Resources for Survivors, I mentioned my shear annoyance in dealing with the never ending tulip bulbs in my flower bed. In my frustration over the bulbs, I will admit that I missed what’s going on with my beautiful Azaleas. The Azaleas are my true treasure. I love their colors and complete brilliance.
As I was contemplating this next blog, I kept thinking of the annoying tulip bulbs that keep popping up every year around this time in front of my house. Despite my effort to rid my flower bed of them, there they are, back with a vengeance. Whoever planted them before me has given me something that I can’t seem to get rid of.
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