By Babette Ten Haken, One Millimeter Mindset™, NSA-MI Member-at-Large
Our youngest daughter was married this past February in Arizona. Our son was married this past December in Australia. Two (of our four) children
We have a big family. Each wedding becomes a multi-family reunion, with folks now traveling from all over the world. All four of our children are now married!
During the February reception, I was talking with my four wonderful sisters-in-law when the song “We Are Family” by Sister Sledge started playing. Well, all four of us started singing the words to each other as we formed a chorus line and danced together. (I hear there is a photo of this cosmic occurrence as well.)
The wedding got me to thinking about how NSA has become my family, starting when I joined the National Association; and continuing when I first walked into one of our chapter meetings, was invited to serve on the chapter Board of Directors, and then attended my first NSA Influence national meeting. I immediately knew I had found “my people!” From some of our discussions after chapter meetings, I think you have the same experience, as well.
Our magnificent Michigan chapter continues to strive not only to reflect the spirit of inclusion, as exemplified by NSA founder, Cavett
What are your experiences? Let’s continue the conversation at our May meeting!
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