During the ISTE Conference in Chicago this past week, Katie Martin challenged us to answer the question, "What if?" I swirled around this question during her keynote, then posted my response on Twitter: The power of 'What if' is the belief in hope and endless potential! #WhatIfISTE18 Later that evening, as my teammates and I traveled… Continue reading What If?
As a child, I was fascinated by big words. I would sing the song, "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" and ponder the enormity of such a word with fourteen syllables. When I encountered a new word in my reading, I would pause and wrap it in my mind, looking for patterns in the spelling, searching for ways I could… Continue reading Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
I love meeting new people. I'm intrigued by life experiences, by commonalities and differences, and I feel the more people I interact with the more my scope for acceptance and understanding expands. While traveling on the Disney Dream, we learned that there were 1,500 employees (cast members) representing 66 countries working on our ship. WOW!… Continue reading It’s a Small World
This week and next I will share my reflections from a recent Disney Cruise and the lessons I learned throughout my travels. If you've never been on a cruise before, or even if you've been on ten, I hope you will join me as we sail the seas together! The first thing you will notice… Continue reading Be Our Guest
This month has been blur. Two weeks ago, my family and I traveled to Florida for the kickoff of an amazing vacation. We spent a day at Legoland then visited Sea World before boarding a Disney cruise ship to sail the seas with eleven additional family members (16 of us in all). As many of… Continue reading Survivor’s Guilt