September day. I just came in from sitting with my grandbaby boy on the patio
to watch the sunrise. It was precious. Now, I am learning to adjust daily to a new life
as an active professional and small business owner. It means learning to prepare for chance
encounters on a daily basis.
few needed errands (after working at home on projects). On paper, it appeared to be a casual
day. I am like everyone else who weighs
in weekly in a weight loss program, I dress as light as possible! I did not leave the house looking awful…just
very casual, in lightweight capris and sandals.
Thank goodness I had it somewhat pulled together with a nice top and
write for, SAN ANTONIO WOMAN, and pick up something.
However, much to my surprise this led to a meeting with the publisher
and lunch with a powerhouse woman doctor, Lillian Chou, who runs one of our
best cancer centers, AURORA CANCER CENTER.
magazine has opened so many new opportunities to meet impressive women doing
significant work. Dr. Chou not only is making a difference in medical circles, but she also has a passion for edible, organic
gardening and Farm to Table restaurants. She had me eating flowers in her
garden I would never think to pop in my mouth… have you ever tasted a rose? Raised as one of seven in Taiwan, she farmed
from a young age and still loves it today at age 60.
would have dressed much differently I would have worn something I felt very
confident in and which I believed communicates …a professional, creative,
strong, woman. Perhaps similar to this
outfit I am wearing today.
business and seeking a professional reputation on a new career path. From now on, I will make sure during the
work week, I look better than fine and also, prepare for the unexpected!