No dress rehearsal, this is our life

I know…a Monday morning TGI is pretty much unheard of.  Enjoy it while you can.

Today I am trusting in that beautiful idea of leaping and having a net appear.  I’ve never had it fail me yet.

Today I am grateful to be home and to be running a little late already because a certain cat (Tucker) simply couldn’t let me get out of bed this morning.  Who am I to say no to the Alpha animal of my house?  I’m also grateful that I don’t have to get on a plane for a whole 31 days.  Yes, you read that right. I’m beside myself!

Today I am inspired by a weekend with women who believe in the mission of Alpha Delta Pi and our Foundation deeply enough that they were part of our capital campaign that raised over $10 million. And as a bonus part of the weekend, when I got back to my room Saturday night the CBC was streaming the last concert by the Tragically Hip. While I knew of the band, I knew little of them even as someone with lots of musical “issues” (I’m not the only American who falls into this category). What struck me more than anything was the grace and the passion their lead singer, who has terminal brain cancer, showed throughout the concert.  I’m so grateful I caught a little corner of them, even at the last hour.

Have a beautiful week, all.

Now listening: “Ahead by a Century” by The Tragically Hip