I love to see and feel emotional sparkle. Seeing my husband and daughter sparkling together above makes me sparkle too. So does connecting with others who are passionate about their work. Like designer Jason Wu:
Thanks to A Better Chicago, I enjoyed the Jason Wu fashion show at the Art Institute and dinner with the designer and others afterwards. Wu skyrocketed to fame when Michelle Obama wore his gown to her husband’s first inauguration. The first lady’s only design parameter was, “It has to sparkle.”
Fashion design makes Skatie sparkle too. She is already Creative Director of the Cashmere By Tania fashion house in London. Tania is the second from the left below. I will forever be her fan and friend because of the opportunity and support she gives Skatie. Tania is great fun to be with too!
Jason’s advice to Skatie was “Go for it! Start designing your dreams now.” His advice to me – nurture her fashion sparkle – of course.
“There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.”
– Nelson Mandela Former President of South Africa
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“If you think you are too small to be effective, you have never been in the dark with a mosquito.” — Shannon Miller
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When you dream more, learn more, care more, what do you wish to be in your future?
Success is built by implementing that wish with heart and hard work. Just like Dolly did.
I dream about creating a better world where everyone gets to nurture their passions, talents, and dreams. Imagine how beautiful that society will be! I believe this can be achieved, too–by collaboration, innovation and determination.
Please let me know if we can innovate and work hard towards that better world together.
“To the wrongs that need resistance, to the right that needs assistance, to the future in the distance, give yourselves.” Carrie Chapman Catt, founder of the League Of Women Voters.
Catt’s quote is as true now as it was when the League of Women Voters was founded in Chicago over 90 years ago. And the League still provides the best source for unbiased analysis of election issues that could help assist rights, resist wrongs, and create a better future for all.
The Illinois League of Women Voters just celebrated 100 years of voting rights for women. We thank them for their continuing good work.
The members of the League of Women Voters take a moment to join with the League Lady for a picture from left to right: Barbara Marsh, Henrietta Saunders, Sheri Latash, Joan Ziegler, Mary Hummel, Janet Kittlaus, Jane Ballengee
“It’s not the years that you live, but the living you do in your years” — Oscar Wilde.
Every year my mom brings the women of her family to Rancho La Puerta spa for a week in June. For the first time ever, my daughter Emma joined us. We start each day with a glorious hike on the Kuchuma Mountain. This is living well!
When I’m back in Chicago, I know that following any of the recommendations in Kelly Konrad’s Summer Go Guide will insure a well-lived day too. I recommend this to you.