There is so much to be learned from Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy. Although progress has been made over the years, there's still so much more to be done. We need to continue pressing for positive change and betterment for our world, for ourselves, for our family and friends, for all those who have been wronged. We need to keep Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy alive, always. So today, and every day, let's remember the world he dreamed of and work to make it a reality.
Yay, it's a new year! We've finally done away with 2020, and have moved into a new, hopefully much better year. I know there's still much to overcome and change as we finally go into 2021, but I'm holding onto hope that this year will be very different, in a good way, of course. Although I'm hoping for many things to change this year, there are also some I wish to stay the same. For example, my fur babies!
Resting among the scattered auburn leaves, I dread how the seasons fade like old friends Once here, then suddenly gone
Be one of the reasons that an employee smiles today, and any other day you happen to be around workers. Make sure they know they're truly appreciated, that they're more than just their job. And remember, whether you're a crafter, artist, author, teacher, clerk, waiter/waitress, banker, or something else, you are seen and appreciated. Thank you for all the work you do.
I will still post on a regular basis and keep the blog active. I'm going to do that on a smaller scale, though. I'm thinking that I'll aim for four to five posts a week and see how that works. I definitely want to keep my feature posts, including Monday Motivation, Feline Friday, and CIB Sunday. That should leave room for one to two poetry posts every week.