I am so excited! Kits2Remember now has some sturdy acylic shapes, alphas, numbers and more to create all sorts of albums, page elements, ornaments and home decor items. Take a look: www.kits2remember.com.
So, where did this "tenacious" description come from?
Since college, whenever a male supervisor or colleague disagreed with me, the (printable) description that seemed to be used the most often to describe me was "tenacious." I found it odd that completely unrelated people would come to the same conclusion on multiple occasions over the course of a decade. The word choice was not meant as a compliment and I still have no idea why. In my opinion, tenacity is a delightful thing to have (see the definition above) and I am happy to have it. So, to conclude this correspondence, I sign off with: