Wednesday February 20th with TFD
A Special afternoon and Evening!
if a picture says a 1000 words... this is speechless!… [more]
Remember being a kid?
Take a moment to sit back and close your eyes and remember what it was like to be a kid. You attended school; you probably walked there. You would come… [more]
Supporting CoWorking growth for women in the DC Metropolitan Area
The story of “her work place”™ I’m a socialpreneur. I admit it I’m a social media fan. I love them all: Linkedin, Facebook, twitter, Pinterest,… [more]
Coupon Binder or Bible?
One of the first things that I did was create an organized Coupon Binder or for better words Bible which I got the help of from The Krazy Coupon Lady,… [more]
Organize Your Print Photos
How many of you hoard your photos in the old photo envelopes? You remember the ones we used to get after we had our photo’s “developed” at the 1… [more]
Shelley’s Favorite Posts
There are certain moments in a mother’s life that you will always remember, their first word, their first step, the first time they actually made it to the potty, their first date, their first kiss, their first “A”, the first team they “made” their first best friend, their first college acceptance letter… and in my case The first wheel chair… Hadley had been 5 years old and I had been carting her around in a stroller since birth, she was small, and it was easy to … →
Some say “necessity is the mother of all inventions,” that became evident to me one spring day in early 1996 when I brought my then 4 year old and 7 year old daughters to play at a local park. We were very excited to finally get out of the house from the winter doldrums and get some fresh air at the playground. My older daughter was thrilled to have a place to run around and I was just thrilled to get outside after winter. When we got to the playground it was the usual ritual of … →
If this was a movie it would have all of the story of a true drama; mother gives birth to a child who suffers the trauma of a brain hemorrhage leading to a lifelong disability but what has come out of that child’s disability is truly a story of love and triumph not only for the family but the birth of two organizations which have changed the world as we know it today, improving the lives of so many children. This is the inspirational journey of the Kramm Family of and the story of … →