” “Maybe up at the bar,” I answered, trying to be helpful. “No way am I walking up and down those stairs a billion times. Guess they’re not serving gin and tonics here, huh? It was easier when the game was going to forget they were anything but pieces in a game, but in the beginning, it was always hardest not to imagine myself on that field. Our seats are right here.” “Oh, God.” I looked around for her but found only a few people scattered around. They brought us into VIP, and we ended up hanging out all night. Oddly, it was always the hardest part of the game, hearing the names of players I knew, the cheers of the fans, feeling the adrenaline hanging in the air. “Wait,” Tracey said, her face contorted in confusion, “those nice German people across the aisle?When she is not working, Richelle enjoys traveling, creating art, being active, trying new things, and spending time with her husband and their dog.Aaron comes from Indianapolis, Indiana where he spent most of his high school years closely involved with music.After muddling through the next ten years-including immersing herself in a lifeless marriage-she is brought to her knees when she encounters Finley at her high scho What happens when the man you thought was the one, ends up being the one that got away? I am trying to calm down, but this book was so depressing, I was forcing myself to reach the end...
When Richelle started her college career, she was ‘one of those students’ who knew that she wanted to help people and make a difference in the world, but did not know how she wanted to do it.
During his time at IU earning a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Aaron continued to pursue his musical interests by working as a music educator various high school bands in the Indianapolis area.
His work with his music students inspired him to pursue a career where he could help students full-time.
In the video Linda is working with our oldest sea lion Miller and one of our youngest sea lions, Harpo, while Michele is working with Brook the sea otter.
In the video you will see a cute sequence of Harpo as he is being trained to vocalize, going from a baby growl to a “Big Boy” bark, to the delight of his trainers Linda and Vet Tech Colleen.