#PleaseAllowMeToIntroduce My Defining Horse (Kimes Original Post)

This article was originally published on the Kimes blog - thank you for the opportunity to write with you. I remember how I used to daydream out the window every time we went anywhere, dreaming of the big palomino horse with a blaze that was as fast as the wind. I may have been six... Continue Reading →

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“Schedule A Time to Check Facebook”

I got an interesting message from a client once. They said, in reply to my email checking in on the first of the month that they did, in fact, want me to take over their social media. "Yes, we are so excited to get started! However, I have scheduled a time on Monday to log... Continue Reading →

Being Present – UK Takeaway #1

"They must all be mad at each other," I chance overheard one of the bartenders say to the other.  What?  That's the first time that I really began to pay attention to the dinner and subsequent meal habits of those in the UK.

Lake County Round Up – 99 & Counting

One of my  most favorite rodeos not only in the state of Oregon or the Columbia River Circuit (read more HERE about the Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association's regional circuits) but in the entire country, is the Lake County Round Up. Where is Lake County, Oregon? Lakeview. Where is Lakeview? It's the last checkpoint of civilization... Continue Reading →

European Vacation – The Prelude

The American cowboys and cowgirls are going to Europe - someone pray. I'm not sure if you should pray for us or pray for the United Kingdom for when this whirlwind group of fun touches down! About a year ago, we made the offhand comment about wanting to go to Europe. Well, my older sister... Continue Reading →

A Virtual House Fire

Growing up I had this HUGE fear of a fire consuming our home, my beloved stuffed animals, all my memories, and my piggy bank; leaving me with nothing to my identity and no "stuff" that had shaped me to who I am today. In 2018 I experienced my greatest fear... in a way. No, thank... Continue Reading →

Dress for Success

The one lesson that I wished that I had learned earlier on in life, a lesson that would have really helped me achieve success, is one of the first "adult" responsibilities we try to take as a youngster: dressing ourselves. Ever since I can remember, I have dressed myself. It's just one of those independencies... Continue Reading →

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