a Martha Stewart story

Last night, I hosted a thank-you party for my co-workers who are part of a fundraising team for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.  I work with a great bunch of people who put in a great deal of time and energy to raise money for this important cause.  Though I am considered the team leader, I never feel like I’m doing anything alone.  People will come up and congratulate me on doing well at our many events, but the thanks really goes to everyone, some who prefer to remain behind the scenes.  They are the people who provide ideas, supplies, baked goods, and raffle items that make the fundraiser a success.  I am only the face on the front.  Tonight will be a night for them to relax, have something to eat, and meet the former Martha Stewart.

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