Tuesday, June 30, 2015
We were so fortunate last month to have Liz Wiseman speak to us about the Multiplier Effect. It's all about how the best leaders make everyone around them smarter and it's a really good read. With a little self reflection and the principles in Multipliers you will be well on your way to improving your leadership ability. Get a copy here!
Monday, June 29, 2015
Sydney loves animals and has wanted a cat forever. Her mother has promised her a cat when she turns 22 and if she is not living at home. :) The other day a neighborhood cat wandered into our yard and Sydney couldn't have been happier. She immediately went to calm the kitty and took good care of it until Dixie (thankfully) barked enough for it to run away.
Sunday, June 28, 2015
I gave these stickers I found to Brooke. A few minutes later she was asking me how to spell "kind people give stickers". She put them in this folder and announced that she wants to take them to Disneyland and give them to kids. She is so adorable!
Friday, June 26, 2015
We kicked off summer a few weeks ago by staying two nights at the Disneyland Hotel! It was the first time for us and we had a blast-the details of the hotel were awesome. We checked in right after school and then went to Disneyland. It was a night of firsts with Sydney experiencing California Screaming for the first time, Sydney and Abbey riding Matterhorn for the first time, all the Krueger kids seeing Paint the Night and Disneyland 60th fireworks for the first time and the first time for all of us staying at the Disneyland hotel.
The next day we swam in the pool at the Disneyland hotel and the kids loved the monterail waterslides. Dinner was at downtown Disney and breakfast the next morning was at Steakhouse 65. Great times!
Thursday, June 25, 2015
A couple of months back I was having dinner at Sky Harbor with Jean and the table next to us had a dog and the dog was on the table. I had never noticed this before and Jean pointed out that it was unsanitary . Since this trip I have seen at least 5 more occurences in airports. It's an epidemic.