I kind of like the idea of using mogul skiing as an analogy for today's post.
Like mogul skiers, Heather, Cheryl, and I are standing at the top of the slope, taking deep breaths in and then slowly, calmly exhaling out. Our year of hard work and commitment brings us to a moment feeling every bit as important as the Olympics - Highlowaha's Second Anniversary.
We want the gold. We want to reach Saturday's finish line and be greeted by all of you jumping up and down in the stands, cheering us on. But, between now and then we have some moguls to maneuver and, with a little luck, a few aerial moves that should leave us all flying high.
Tuesday we will weave in and around "lows" - Highlowaha style. Wednesday we will take creative liberties with classic Highlowaha "ahas." Thursday will feel like coming Home, because one thing remains certain: no matter how much the world around us changes, the 18th of each month is reserved for reflecting on our "highs," "lows" and "ahas." I won't give away too much too soon, but suffice it to say, we will finish the work week strong.
Don't forget about Saturday. Saturday we will stay true to our Yellow Envelope Project, except this week you will drive things!
This week is going to pass in record time.
Deep breath in; slowly, calmly exhale out. And we're off.