In addition to today, June 19, 2022, being Father’s Day, it is also Juneteenth. It is now and has always been one of my favorite days to celebrate. For those who don’t know, Juneteenth or June 19th is the day in 1865 when enslaved people in Texas learned they were free as decreed by the Emancipation Proclamation.
If there's not enough for you to celebrate this time of year, why not add the Winter Solstice to the list? The Winter Solstice marks the time of year that the North Pole is farthest away from the sun, resulting in a shorter and darker day. It's the official start of winter. From this day... Continue Reading →
One of the hardest lessons to learn is that everything will be alright. My parents have been telling me this for ages. You hear it but some times, actually most times, you can be so consumed by your circumstance it's hard to believe. Or, you don't allow yourself to believe.Well, I'm saying "believe it."Another saying... Continue Reading →
I remember when I was little, my mother often said to me to "think positive." She said this to me anytime I was stressed about an issue in my life. And believe me, there were many.Now, so many years later, I have adopted positive thinking. You really don't believe it until you see it in... Continue Reading →