Finding My Magic

Last winter, my dear sweet husband started trying to teach me to play the trumpet.  He played in high school and college and it was and still is a big part of his identity.  I had fun learning the basics, he had fun teaching me, and it made for some very nice date nights.  We…

Wait, when did I become an adult?

If you google “impostor syndrome,” you get a page full of results saying that everyone deals with this and suggestions for combating it.  This is also what comes up when you google “not quite impostor syndrome,” which is what I did this morning.  I don’t know a term for the way I feel.  Impostor syndrome…

Seven Days of Black and White

I got sucked into the #7daysofblackandwhite challenge that is floating around social media these days.  But it was kind of a cool exercise.  Below are my photos.  I took eight, not sure how that happened.  If you want to see really good photos, go check out the Photo Traveler blog.

The Community of Community Theater

This past August, I found myself on a middle school stage, auditioning for my first play since 2008.  The play was “Harvey,” by Mary Chase, and I still couldn’t quite tell you what had made me decide to audition.  I had found out about the Prior Lake Players community theater organization through work.  The Players…

MarCom Awards

Today, CAP Agency was announced as the winner of a MarCom Award in three different categories! Gold Winner: Project Community Connect Video created in partnership with Blue Cross Blue Shield Gold Winner: “Nikki’s Story” Client Testimony created by Jennifer Baker, CAP Communications Coordinator Honorable Mention: 2016 Annual Report  created by CAP Senior Leadership and Development Team MarCom Awards recognizes outstanding achievement…

The Inner Beauty of Girls

Last Monday, a group of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade girls were learning about inner beauty.  While running laps.

These girls are part of a team for Girls on the Run.

Things Worth Doing

“Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well.” – Philip Dormer Stanhope, Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman, 1752  “If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly.”  -G.K. Chesterton, What’s Wrong with the World,  1910   Interesting paradox, isn’t it? When I…