Drip. Drop. Drip. Drop. If you've ever owned a home, you know the damage that can be done by a slow leak. According to the EPA, the average household leak amounts to roughly 10,000 gallons of water per year. While the drops that come from a slow leak don't look like much, over time they … Continue reading Erosion
March is here! (Silently throws confetti!) This is the best month of the year. Why, you ask? Because it's my birth month, of course! If that's not enough to generate excitement, March also represents the beginning of Spring and this year, it houses Easter. March is women's history month and I plan to celebrate it … Continue reading March Made!
Double duty this morning. Teleworking over breakfast for my 9-5 while planning for my meeting with the County Human Trafficking Task Force Public Awareness and Outreach Committee. Today, the Committee will discuss a strategy for increasing awareness about the resources available to support victims of human trafficking and to prevent vulnerable persons from being victimized. The statistics are … Continue reading After Breakfast