It's been a good week! Last Thursday I got to catch up with an old friend that I haven't seen in several years.
Then I flew to Idaho to visit a friend, and I finally got to meet her new baby!
The following night, we were all exhausted in the evening (my friends have a 5-month-old and therefore never get sleep...and I had no excuse) so we played the game "Scene It," while lying down on couches. Super cozy.
Little Cody decided to relieve himself in the middle of his diaper getting changed, and I was no help.
Part of my job is helping to plan our upcoming staff retreat, which I couldn't be more excited about.
At lunch one day, coworkers and I started passing around baby photos of ourselves that we had on our phones...
I'm so grateful to work in an office filled with people of different races and backgrounds. This week, we took the time as a staff to share with each other what the events in Ferguson, Missouri, have meant to us individually, and how we can and should be responding.
It reminded me how thankful I am to know these wonderful people, and to have the opportunity to walk alongside them - even in frustration, even in helplessness, even in tears.