Lisa McCurdy

Yep, 2020 was a TOTAL dumpster fire of a year, but I’m not letting it pass without at least an attempt to collect a dozen good memories from the year like I have the last two years.

January

I kicked off the year with the Hangover Classic 5 Miler in my hometown, running alongside these three fantastic women who I knew from a nonprofit we all work with. Through the tough stuff in 2020, we grew much closer and I am thankful that the year brought me this girl gang!

February

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I know, I know, we’re in the 4th quarter of 2020, but I thought, given how tough the year has been, it was a good time to look back at 2019 and all the joy it brought. I also want to recommit to doing this for 2020 because, no matter how challenging the year was, there is always an opportunity to “hunt the good stuff!”

January

While we rang in 2019 with our closest friends in Charlottesville, they come later ;) and the highlight of January was the company I work for, Gray Matter Marketing, winning the Common Good Award for a micro company (1–9 employees). We have been recognized for this award before, but this year was the first where I was deeply and directly involved in our charitable giving which, since the company’s foundation in 2012, has raised and donated more than $1 Million to local and regional charities. Plus, it was a fun night at the Aldrich Mansion in Warwick to celebrate!

February

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