{LKN Woman} Woman To Watch…

As you can imagine, it has been a really great 2012.  A lot of ups.  A lot of downs.  But wonderful all the same.

I’m spending 9 days in Dallas, NC next week for the holidays … not sure if I told my parents I would be home THAT long! 😉

I’m playing catch up this week and also enjoying some activities just for me (lunchtime yoga, afternoon gym session, trip to the Junior League Warehouse). 🙂

All that to say … I’m rounding out December with a quiet holiday season so I’m ready to ring in the New Year with a bang. 🙂

I forged a great relationship this year with Lake Norman Woman Magazine.  To top off my year, they ran an article about me in the December issue. 🙂

LKN Woman Magazine {December 2012}

LKN Woman Magazine {December 2012}

Woman to Watch feature

Woman to Watch feature

“LKNW recognizes a woman doing exceptional work in the Lake Norman community, a leader who is paving the way to changing our attitudes and inspire confidence in the future. “

Table of contents :)

Table of contents 🙂

Raymond was reading the magazine before I got to it, and I heard him say, “You are in here like 3 times!”  Huh?  Gimme that! 😉

I love this picture courtesy of the wonderful Chelsea Bren!

Editorial feature

Editorial feature

And lastly .. they ran my holiday editorial feature! 🙂

Thank you Lake Norman Woman and thank you Amy Hallman! 🙂

Be sure to pick up your copy!

Until next time…

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Captain Gus…

I recently met Captain Gus at an event on Lake Norman.  He was talking about the Sights & Sounds of Lake Norman.  I found him fascinating and entertaining!

What I got from the presentation:  Gus lives in the lake everyday.  Did I say “in” the lake?  I meant on the lake.  😉 He runs a fishing operation that teaches individuals how to fish and where to find them.

I am not a fisher — I went about three times with my best friend, Lauren, and her dad.  I think I caught one fish.  It was the size of my hand.  I would starve to death if fishing was lifeline.

If you like to fish or would like to learn from Gus, then I suggest hopping on over to his website and checking it out.

Until next time…