We all have adventures daily that make us interesting and unique. We sometimes forget that even the smallest things can make a difference- This Blog is dedicated to all the women (people!) who are making a difference daily in the lives of so many, while thinking they do so little!
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Saturday, September 17, 2011
We lost a couple of great ones-
"What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others." - Pericles
Recently we lost two great people- Marie Drummond was a teacher at Silver Creek High School in Longmont CO. She did some amazing work with my son, TJ. She helped him through some tough times in high school, and was his advocate in many ways. She did that for so many students along the way in her 30 year career in teaching. She personifies what is right with public education, and the kind of people who spend hours every day with our children. Thank you Marie, for your impact on the world.
Brenda Bane amazed us all with her will power, her strength, and her faith. After being diagnosed with a brain tumor, Brenda defied all odds, and lived an amazing 22 months. Brenda, to me, will most be remembered for two things- her amazing faith and positive attitude, and her devotion to her two boys. My favorite memory of Brenda is sitting at a basketball tournament in Denver that lasted all day and well into the night. Our two oldest boys were playing, and our two younger boys were bored silly. Brenda and I laughed at how similar boys were.
Both women have left a mark on the Silver Creek High School community, and in the hearts of so many. Heaven is a little cooler of a place to be with these amazing women there.
Thank you......... We will miss you.....Thanks for teaching us that we can make a difference- one random woman at a time!