I Believe the Children are the Future

Group of Friends Smiling

      As a mom, a supporter, and a friend,

 I envision the future in the eyes of my children.

When I look into their little eyes I see the entire world.

Children need all the love and support they could get from everyone around them.

They have a mandate to be leaders of tomorrow whether they choose to or not.

Many may ask, “what is a leader…

This very question may be answered by the wrong person.

If they are the future of tomorrow we must bring this to their awareness.

As an educator, I choose to be a positive role model to my children and those I teach.

Inspiring them to be leaders “now” will prepare them for our future.

With awesome leaders of tomorrow we as adults could rest assured

that we will be in good hands because they will become capable,

responsible and determined citizens of the world.

Therefore, seeing them as leaders of our future

summons us to do what’s positive now.

Make a Decision and Take Action

Life offers us time to reflect.
It gives us that needed moment to
look within ourselves and self assess.

Sometimes what we see is exactly
what the doctor ordered.
We realize that it’s time to
Make a decision…

*Getting up and dusting ourselves
*Allowing love to invade our space
*Getting that new job
*Taking that course to self improve
*Going on that vacation
*Visiting the sick
*Feeding the homeless
*Welcome new neighbors
*Moving into that new home
*Getting that degree
*Having lunch with a friend
*Calling up a friend from back in the days
*Committing or recommitting to God

*******Make a Decision*******


Take Time to Smell the Roses

Take Time to Smell the Roses

“What a lovely thing a rose is!… Our highest assurance of Providence seems to me to rest in the flowers. All other things, our powers, our desires, our food are all really necessary for our existence in the first instance. But this rose is an extra. Its smell and color are an embellishment of life, not a condition of it. It is only goodness which gives extras, and so I say again that we have much to hope from the flowers.”

― Arthur Conan Doyle, The Naval Treaty