A persuasive writer, dynamic editor and audience advocate for companies ranging in services from health care to financial, and from real estate to appraisal. Ability to work cooperatively with employees as diverse as CEOs, physicians, nurses, salespeople and engineers. Extensive experience as a manager with responsibility for determining budgets.

Small Miracle

Bulbs are miraculous. They need so little care and just spring up at the appointed time every year. But today, I found out just how hardy bulbs can be. Two sets of bulbs that my husband gave to me over the past two years were still in their pots in a corner of our basement. Last fall and the fall before, I never got around to planted them in our garden. As I prepared to throw them both away, I realized that with little light and no water, the plants were actually growing. In fact, one tiny hyacinth had bloomed.

It was so amazing, that I almost could not believe it. So … just when you think winter will never end, blooming bulbs revive your hope for spring and for the good surprises that occur in our lives.

Mar. 10, 2010