This photo of friends is posed, but it’s not formal or professional. This is a true image. It captured a group of people living in an authentic moment. Continue reading
As we start to close our “first ever” guest blogging month, we are filled with ideas, emotions, and motivation! Being connected to the amazing women who offered their thoughts, feelings, and experiences is nothing short of a blessing. We are in awe of their journeys and beliefs, but most of all their willingness to share them with the world.
For the past few years I have lived by the motto, “I love other people’s kids. I like to watch them for a few hours, sugar them up, and give them back to their parents.” Coming from a large family, I am one of 17 grandchildren and just as many great-grandchildren on my mom’s side alone. There was always an opportunity to babysit siblings or cousins since nearly everyone lives in the same town. I love kids and have always known that I would want my own…someday.
Where do I even begin? I have so many good things to say about our next Guest Blogger, Jessi, that I could literally go on for days! But for the sake of both your and my time, I will try to summarize as best as I can and share only some of my very favorite things about her.
I met Jessi shortly after I moved to Wyoming in 2008 through our Young Professionals Network in town. We were fast friends, as Jessi is with so many people because of her vibrant personality, and our friendship has only grown stronger through the years. Continue reading