Very much grateful for all the blessings received thus far. First of all for the sacrifices my parents have made for me. The people who served me this year at God’s Feast of Tabernacles (see Leviticus 23: begin verse 33 & Zechariah 14:16). The wonderful … Continue reading It’s a day of Thanks
That sit down you need to do with another person. It’s best done face to face. Since the 1980’s in the United States, there have been so many examples of talk shows on t.v. and the internet. Talk shows have become so much a part … Continue reading A Talk
Belvedere Designs LLC/Wall Quotes.com http://www.wallquotes.com/vinyl-wall-quotes/inspirational/kindness-free-wall-quotes-decal “Respect – deference to a right, privilege, privileged position, or someone or something considered to have certain rights or privileges; proper acceptance or courtesy; acknowledgment.” Definition taken from http://www.dictionary.com/browse/respect?s=t ” Considerate – thinking about the rights and feelings of other … Continue reading Being considerate is = to being kind
A fake (faking it) Made-up story Artificial Imposter Impersonation Phony Con-artist Liar Not believable Sugar coated How many times do we meet up with people that hide behind an image? People who try to impress us with a job title, organization they belong to, their … Continue reading An Image That’s Not Real
Now, what do vegetables, New York City standing still and July 4th have to do with New York Botanical Garden celebrating its 125th anniversary? Everything. There I was entering the New York Botanical Garden after a much anticipated July 4th weekend. It was on a … Continue reading The Day NYC Stood Still & The Country Vegetables Came Out in Protest. That is, after July 4th.
Just a heads up that my next blog post will be about my visit to the New York Botanical Garden. Which is by the way celebrating 125 years in New York City. Talk about a staycation. I am looking forward to a day at the New … Continue reading 125 Years at New York Botanical Garden
I didn’t feel like I was reading a book. It seemed more like I was having a conversation. Of course as I sat on the train, my responses were always in my head. Just what I desperately needed, a sit down talk. I could have easily … Continue reading Book Review “My So-Called Freelance Life – How to survive and thrive as a creative professional for hire.” by Michelle Goodman