Monday, May 17, 2010
You know those moments in life when the lightbulb comes on and all (or, at least, some) becomes clear?
My first real aha moment in life was when I decided my husband was the man I wanted to marry. Having a baby with that man three years later wasn't exactly my aha moment - I'll give that one to the man upstairs, since there wasn't much planning on my part, if you know what I mean - but there's never been an aha moment in my life like when I saw that baby boy of mine for the first time. Until the endorphins that are released during childbirth wore off, anyway, the priorities of my life were clear-cut, and just about everything made sense. It was the essence of what an aha moment can be.
In between those two milestones in my life, I had another aha moment, and that was the idea to start this crazy little blog about why I believe Tulsa is the greatest city in the world.
And today, I'm going to talk into a camera about it.
A Windstream trailer will be parked at the Ambassador Hotel today and tomorrow, and it's there so Tulsans can record their aha moments for Mutual of Omaha's Aha Moment tour. See some aha moments here, and learn more about the Aha Moment tour here.
Click here to reserve a time to record your very own aha moment. This is your chance to tell your story, and who knows, you could inspire a life. Or a special project. Or even just a really, really good day. It all matters, and it's all the stuff of those little aha moments we've all had.