Later this month I’ll be traveling to beautiful Center City Philadelphia. Catch me haunting the Reading Terminal Market and maybe some museums!
Late April 2022, I will be visiting the general Dallas area. It’s the first work trip for my new job, and I’ll get to see my team in person for the first time! Work meetings will eat up a lot of the hours but on the subject of eating up… tell me about the best BBQ and anything else I shouldn’t miss while I’m there!
In the last week of September/beginning of October this year, I will be in Kansas City, Missouri for the NIC Tech Conference. I’ll be giving a presentation, Intro to Dataviz! I’d love to meet folks from nearby to talk shop or find interesting restaurants. What are the best spots in KC? Who’s doing interesting work? Get in touch!
In January 2019 I will be in Washington, DC, joining the Womens March. Do you have an amazing protest sign? Come say hi.
60 years ago, my grandmother was afraid.
In the hospital after delivering a sixth child. A complicated pregnancy, much like the previous, and each more difficult than the last. Her doctor said, Millie you must stop. This has to be the last. Your body cannot handle another.
What was she afraid of?
As a devout Catholic she was afraid to tell her priest, afraid he’d tell her no: the Lord’s will was more important than her health, superseded her doctor’s orders, more important than ensuring she’d be around to care for six little children.
This is a real person. This is the true story of someone who lived and breathed and taught me to drive. She’s as real as the table I’m sitting at right now.
It’s a little rattling that I hesitate to even post this, considering that equal pay, reproductive rights, and ending violence are considered politically charged topics.
Let’s change that. If you’re reading this, it’s YOU. It’s you and me and all of us. We’re better than this. GO.
September 2018 Continue reading “September is Rockin”
In August I will be channeling my inner Viking and heading to Valhalla. Don’t worry friends, it’s an indoor axe-throwing good time. May Odin smile upon you all.