Category Archives: Education

Good Vibes

School: The last two months of 2017 were super busy for me.  I earned an A+ and an A in my two Fall courses at the University of Louisville, with an overall GPA of 3.9.  I am only 3 classes … Continue reading

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She’s A Goal Digger

This post has been on my mind through miles of running and was written in my head long before I had the chance to sit down and purge my thoughts.  A lot has happened since the start of the school year, so as … Continue reading

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Leaving 2014 on a Positive Note

As this year comes to a close, I would like to archive some family, work and leisure events. According to WordPress stats, the most viewed post on KelsieLou.com was Allure of the Seas.  I get a lot of international traffic … Continue reading

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Road Trip: Birmingham, AL

Driving has a relaxing affect on me much like running.  Traveling down I-65 to Panama City Beach, Florida is a new adventure.  I normally take 75 into the Tampa/Clearwater area for vacations. I had to stop in Birmingham, AL along … Continue reading

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Attitude of Gratitude

Last Wednesday, I had the opportunity to attend a Louisville Bats game and buffet dinner.  The event was to celebrate a successful 2014 YMCA Annual Campaign. The fellowship with people who have become an extended family for me was amazing.  … Continue reading

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Pearls of Mystique Masquerade

The ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc hosted a scholarship fundraising event in Elizabethtown,  KY last night.   My Soror and co-worker is a devoted member of Mu Delta Omega Chapter. The New Orleans native has been trying to get … Continue reading

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Serving Others

The staff at my job volunteered to create a formal dining experience for our students. We started with a PowerPoint presentation on dining etiquette and classroom discussions on things such as: * Passing the salt and pepper as a set. … Continue reading

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