For all you fans of Camp Fire First Texas, I imagine we shared similar emotions when Ann Sheets announced her retirement.
In my case, I first felt appreciation for her service and gratitude for her friendship. But, to be honest, I also had anxiety that we’d be able to fill her shoes. After all, Ann’s been a vital part of this organization for decades and it’s difficult to imagine Camp Fire First Texas without her!
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It was Friday. I felt overloaded. ...
To help me survive days like these, I have come to rely on chill candy. Simple quick ways to remind my body, mind, and spirit that I am okay. I can do this difficult moment.
Do you hear that? It’s the universe laughing at the naivete of my previous blog post. Way back in early March, I thought change was something as simple and straight-forward as the transition from our current president and CEO Ann Sheets to the next leader of the organization. Little did we know back then the extent of change we were truly facing.