We had the second Steering Committee meeting of the Katie Project! Yes, it's gone back to being called the Katie Project, rather than foundation -- yes, the website will reflect that soon. We got our official mission statement together, created an official mission statement, and are on our way to strategic planning in meeting #3. I love my committee, and I'm so very excited to finally be making this dream come true!!!
My hubby has finally started his trip home after four long weeks of being out west. Yes, I did the happy dance to have the house to myself, but I'll be doing an even better happy dance when he finally gets back. I'm complicated that way. :)
Speaking of which, I had a fun night with my friend Ali, and we took our Attachment Styles quiz -- I am, apparently, "fearful". Yeah, it wasn't a big surprise. Although the big surprise was that I was *NOT* all the way in the far right bottom quadrant, I've actually worked my way closer to centre. So things are looking up. And Don can take of his helmet... most of the time. ;)
And now, things that have nothing to do with me.
My friend Paul has started a wonderful thread on FaceBook about childhood bullying. There were a couple of judgemental twits who told him he should "just get over it" -- but you know how well I react to that kind of statement... The years before five last the rest of their lives... and the years before adult... still suck, regardless of the rhyme. Just sayin'. I'm not sure if he's made the posts public, but you'll find out by visiting https://www.facebook.com/paul.bickell.1
And Shane Koyzcan has done an Incredibly Beautiful TED talk on that very subject. Invest in a box of tissues and some Wonder Woman (or SuperMan) paraphernalia before watching.
Have an awesome week, everyone!