Grateful Blog: Julie and the Wolfe Pack
If you ask anyone who knows Julie, you would get this response: “Oh my gosh I love Julie! She is so loyal, smart and fun to be around!” I have the honor of saying that this is true and I count my blessings to have her as my business partner and friend.
Julie is the most inspirational partner anyone could ever ask for! I trust her wholeheartedly. She is the backbone of the 2RNs. If I had to start a business, write a book, or start a website, her brilliance would make it shine immediately. She continually strives for excellence and doesn’t flaunt her intelligence/expertise in any way. She is a wealth of knowledge and is constantly researching and studying to benefit her patients. She is supportive, super easy to be around and makes me want to do my best for her.
Recently I was feeling stuck because we weren’t moving as fast as I’d hoped. Our goal is to have our book “Surgery Day” in the hands of every child in need of surgery. We have been hitting roadblocks which have been frustrating.
Julie had a great idea to reach outside of ourselves and connect with people that inspire us.
We connected with Annie Rueb who is the Assistant Director of the KT Foundation. KT is a condition where hematomas cause lymphedema and capillaries are malformed. She is involved in many medical conferences and will introduce our book as a resource for children needing surgery.
Julie always knows how to make a situation brighter.
Doesn’t this sound like someone you’d like to be around?
My Wolfe Pack includes my husband, 2 boys, 14 & 12 and a 6-year-old daughter. I am grateful for their individual strengths of finding laughter in any situation and being kind to others. Their strong qualities are working hard and speaking up when something is not right.
My husband is the funniest man I know. He has a way of finding laughter to make any situation humorous. He keeps me centered and is my perfect match.
My oldest son is incredibly helpful to others. I can recall many occasions of getting letters and being approached from strangers about his kind acts.
My middle son is super helpful in his own way. School doesn’t come easy to him. He works harder than the average joe to reach his goals. He helps with household chores without being asked.
As for my daughter she is full of personality and is strong willed. She has no problem speaking up for herself.
With all of their good points, my business partner and family remind me to laugh, help others, keep persevering and stay strong while running a business.