In the rush to return to normal

This quote showed up in my Facebook memories last week…

I thought it was clever, back when I also thought the “new normal” would last a month or two. One year later, it means so much more to me—2018 and 2019 were hard years for me personally, so I started 2020 burnt out. When the pandemic hit, It forced me to stop and reevaluate. Over the last year, I have learned a lot about myself, what is important to me, and what I want from the next chapter of my life. It also reminded me how vital the connection and sharing of our stories is to our families, businesses, and non-profits.


Lead Sheep Productions is still here! 


But with a renewed sense of the value and honor of capturing and sharing stories. Thank you to all of you who have trusted us with your stories.


I hope we don’t just “go back to normal” but move forward with a sense of the value of a cup of coffee with a friend, our grandparents, all the work our local non-profits do for our communities, and all the small businesses that make our communities unique.