Today, as we celebrate and remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life, work, and legacy, I wanted to feature a quote that some may not see as we peruse our facebooks, twitters, and instagrams.
“The time is always right to do what is right.”
Simple and profound! Let’s think about what this means…
It’s time, y’all.
Have you decided what your theme is for the year? Any words or phrases have been tugging at you? This could be for anything – you, your family, your business, school, etc. There are no limits.
Let’s talk about it.
Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Thursday to everyone!
Please take time to remind yourself of the many blessings you’ve received this year. Sometimes it can be hard to see the good, but I know there’s something. 🙂 No matter how you celebrate – big family event, something small, even if you have to work (bless you!), there is always something to be thankful for.
I am overwhelmed by how God has loved me, coming through time and again, taking care of me, making ways out of no way. I am truly grateful.
Greetings and Happy November! I have a question for you. Outside of English/your primary language, do you know a different language? I’m pretty sure it’s an obligation to take a foreign language in school, but do you use any of it now? In high school, I took American Sign Language. It was different than the regular options of Spanish and French, but it was one of the best decisions I’ve made.
I think one of the sweetest things in life is a handwritten card. I love it, sending them out and receiving them. There are different occasions to send notes and letters. Birthdays, thank you’s, sympathy, special events, or just because. To the recipient, it’s a physical sign of good thoughts being sent his or her way. Plus, what’s cooler than opening up your mailbox and seeing a colorful envelope among the bills?