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Bess began working with Microsoft SharePoint in 2003 and has worked with every version since, including 2016 and Office 365.  She enjoys leveraging her business analyst skills to assist organizations in getting the most out of their Microsoft investment.

During her Information Technology journey, Bess discovered the joys of improvisation.  She has traveled the country to study improv, including the top three schools in Chicago – The Second City, iO, and The Annoyance.  She performs locally with Dinner Detective and is the director of Indy Improv Collaborative, an improv troupe nominated for Nuvo’s Best of Indy in 2017.

Bess combines her improv skills with her 20 years of corporate experience in Information Technology, allowing her to specialize in collaborative solutions.  She is the owner of Collaborative Ventures, LLC.

Bess lives in Indianapolis, IN where she is raising her three children.

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New Infant Dishes

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Things are going about as well as could be expected around here considering the circumstances.  We are learning to pull together as a family.  God is teaching me so many difficult but beautiful lessons from this experience which I will share in the future.

I have made a number of changes to our home over the last two months to ensure Lockelan has an appropriate measure of safety while still allowing for freedom to learn.  Given his diagnosis of severe hemophilia, I was no longer comfortable giving him breakable dishware as I have with my other two.  We have only broken a handful of pieces over the last five years.  However, it simply wasn't worth the risk so I went on the hunt for an alternative.

I stumbled across the Green Toys Dish Set, mostly because I was looking to replace the breakable dish set in the children's play kitchen.  As I read the reviews I noticed that several families used them for meals.  As someone who is rather particular with toxins and plastics I read through the details and was pleasantly surprised.  The materials used are food grade HDPE and made in the US.  Not only that but the set is economical.  For around $20 on Amazon you get 4 sets of plates, bowls, cups, forks, knives and spoons.

I was excited to receive them.  They are thick and sturdy.  They are sized perfectly for the smallest hands. So how much do we love the set? This much:



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