How one client reflects on her trip to Africa

Have you traveled to Africa? Or, have some special photos from a trip you’d love to wake up to each morning?

One of my dear friends from my Williams days went to Africa a few years ago with her husband.  She told me stories of how she was able to capture photos on their safari.  She says she just got lucky with the shots, as they are in their natural habitat.  And their guide had certain rules they had to abide by.  But I think it was more than just luck.  When you look at the photos she took, they are absolutely amazing!

KinKeeping: Stories of how we connect with others

Last year I met a wonderful lady, Judy Keefe, who loves to write.  She loves to help people tell their stories similar to how I like to help people tell their stories, only she does it with words.   During one of our meetings I learned about KinKeeping through Judy and found myself fascinated by the term.  Now I call myself a KinKeeper!!!

Why am I writing about Judy?  Well, today is the day her first book in a series about KinKeeping is released.  The book is entitled “KinKept: Intentionally Nurturing Connections“, and you can find it on Amazon.  I’m so excited for her!  As a hobby of mine, I dabble in my family history and try to keep our family together by coordinating family reunions.  That’s what I initially thought about KinKeeping, but it’s so much more…