Excuses. Ugh! Talk about time-wasting behavior. There’s just no tolerance (or time) in my life for them, and hopefully the same goes...
My mother died when I was 19. Obviously, those first few years were fairly tumultuous (to say the least) however instead of wallowing, I had the sense to do something about it. Little did I know that work with a counselor would begin a process that culminates here.
Since kindergarten, I’ve always been a bit of a high-achiever: leading the charge, taking on projects and volunteering to ensure it would be done the right way (i.e., my way).
Jayne here, and let’s keep this brief because we’ve all got places to go and things to do.
Only recently did Stacey and I start working together. She was looking for an assistant (magician is more like it - you should’ve seen the job description she posted) to help with a few odds and ends, so I responded and voila!, instant connection.