I thought that my time in the Michigan Legislature came to a close last Tuesday. So, needless to say I was surprised to open my email yesterday to see a letter from my lawyer,
This past week has been one of the craziest, most exhausting, wonderful weeks I have had in a long time. I stepped out of my comfort zone a LOT this week. As I sit here and type
I feel like there is a time and a place to tell certain parts of your “life story.” Sometimes, the time just does not seem right. I have realized that this is okay, and often, the time will present itself when it is right and meaningful. That is what happened to me this week.
When I was 17, something happened to me that changed my life forever. I have always wanted to keep this part of my story
So needless to say, I learned a LOT from planning “An Evening With Chris Trapper To Benefit Invisible Illnesses.” These “lessons” will definitely come in handy as we begin planning the second annual.
Here’s my Top 20:
1. Get a venue secured first, and put it in writing that it is secured. Otherwise you will be scrambling, panicking, and using up all your cell phone minutes trying to find a new venue, because the other one fell through. (Thank you Lou and Harry’s!)
It all started as a dream.
And then the dream slowly turned into a ginormous goal.
And then the dream that had become the goal, finally became a reality this week.