“Good planning and hard work lead to prosperity, but hasty shortcuts lead to poverty.”- Proverbs 21:5 NLT Planning can be a pain, but the rewards that can be reaped make planning worth it! Doing so offers higher chances of success. Not planning is the guaranteed roadway to failure. Doubts may be on the back of … Continue reading Never Fail To Plan
Ever since the coronavirus entered the United States back in March, nothing but fear, sadness, and uncertainty took over the hearts of many of us. People are filling the hospitals. People are dying in massive numbers daily. Unemployment rates are going through the roof. Businesses are going out of business completely. People in the White … Continue reading Joy in Uncertain Times
As a child, I considered myself to be like every other kid my age, except for being famous for having a twin sister named Jessica. I was in complete denial that I was a student with special needs. I attended class, snack time, recess and story time. Nothing out of the ordinary right? Or so … Continue reading Blessings Not Curses
Hello there 🙂 There’s something (I mean someone) that has been occupying my mind for the past year. It’s like a light switch. I think of him off and on. I’m super scared to discuss this. But, I feel like I have to get it off my chest. In July of last year, I have … Continue reading The Aquaintance
Today is the first day of a brand new life for me. Today, I’m making a huge transition from my family home to my apartment! Emotions are everywhere: happy because I’m beginning a life of independence. I’m actually building a foundation of my own; scared because I’ve never done anything like this before; and sad … Continue reading Moving Day!
When I think of a happy place, I think of it as a place, thing, or activity that makes someone feel safe, secure, and problem free. It's a place where someone feels happy and free to be their authentic selves. Whenever you want a brief escape from the daily struggles of life, your happy place … Continue reading Happy Place
Outside my place of employment. I took the photo 😉 Good evening everyone. Happy Easter! Today was the day the Holy Spirit has risen from the dead. However, I did not celebrate Easter with my family. As my family cooked Easter dinner, I was at work serving (feeding in other words) my residents. In fact, … Continue reading Resurrection Sunday 2020
COVID-19 is literally changing lives everywhere. The death toll has surpassed 12,700 in the United States. New York has the highest number of cases and fatalities. Survivors will be left with medical bills and possibly side effects from the fatal infection. For example, an infected person’s lungs may not be fully functional after recovery. Countless … Continue reading COVID 19: The Past Two Weeks