Women’s March and “The Iron Butterfly”

When I heard about the hullabaloo about the Women’s March, I could not help thinking about my grandmother portrayed in my book called “The Iron Butterfly” Unlike the boisterous women some of the marchers were, my grandmother tackled the equality rights silently some 90 years ago when equality rights were still unheard of. She had … Continue reading Women’s March and “The Iron Butterfly”

Thanksgiving Blessing

Here is a Thanksgiving Blessing I want to share with everyone.   Thanksgiving Blessing   Bountiful God, You have blessed us in many ways, In the beauty and richness of our land, And in the freedom we enjoy. You have given us even greater gifts In our family who loves and cares for us And … Continue reading Thanksgiving Blessing

Final Report on my 12-week Challenge

Here is my 12th and final report for my twelve weeks challenge:   1. I made my reading goal for my 12-week challenge. I finished two books this week which means I’m also on track with my Books To Read in 2016 Challenge for Goodreads. 2. However, I did not make my marketing goal of … Continue reading Final Report on my 12-week Challenge

Motivational Monday – October 24, 2016

  Things cannot always go your way. Learn to accept in silence the minor aggravations, cultivate the gift of taciturnity and consume your own smoke with an extra draught of hard work, so that those about you may not be annoyed with the dust and soot of your complaints. Sir William Osler     Until … Continue reading Motivational Monday – October 24, 2016

Motivational Monday – October 10, 2016

We can all endure disaster and tragedy, and triumph over them – if we have to. We may not think we can, but we have surprisingly strong inner resources that will see us through if we will only make use of them. We are stronger than we think. Dale Carnegie   Until next time. Stop … Continue reading Motivational Monday – October 10, 2016

Motivational Monday – Sept. 19, 2016

A leader has to have the confidence to think that his decision will be proven correct. While trying to retain humility, you must accept that the reason you’re making these decisions and other people are not is because, for now, you’re in charge and they aren’t. You do no one any good if, like Hamlet, … Continue reading Motivational Monday – Sept. 19, 2016

First Report on My 12-Week Challenge

Here is my first report for my twelve weeks challenge: 1. I did not quite make my goal for the 5000 words/per week or 60,000 words for twelve weeks but I’ll make it up next week. I made it to 4215 words which is not bad at all considering all the doctor’s appointments I had … Continue reading First Report on My 12-Week Challenge