As I sit on a plane heading to Atlanta for business, I was just told to be prepared to give a speech to our staff at our Corporate event, outlining our company and its direction. So I begin to think of the year that is passing & the year ahead, which led me to think of all the past, present and future hard work & obstacles I will have to undertake to get to where we as a company and I as an individual want to be. In the midst of that, I began to focus on all the blessings I have had in my life, both personal and business oriented. If I was to comment on all of them, I’d be writing a chapter as opposed to a blog post, so I will thank the good Lord now for all of them. But I’d be remiss if I did not focus on my biggest blessing, my children and all the excitement of having them in my life, which would not be the same without them. To honor them, I will try to use a few words to describe them:
Mariah – focused & compassionate. My eldest princess. She is hard working and understanding; respectful and diligent. Non-judgemental. So proud of her! No one has ever said a negative word bout her – except maybe her sisters. Lol. Future Leader!
Caresse – carefree & sweet. The next princess. She lives life w/no worries. Always smiling with a calmness about her. Has a way of making those around her smile. On her way!
Chelsea – thoughtful & social w/a flair about her, but tough. She’s my mini-me in many ways. My next princess. Very family oriented & sensitive. Caring & helpful. Full of spunk!
Jared – innocent & responsible. My only son. Strong minded & loyal. Tougher than he looks, but shy. All the kids love him. Cautious, but figuring it out!
Cosette – classy & quiet. My next princess. She’s dignified & intelligent with a world of potential. Studious & inquisitive w/compassion. The world at her fingertips!
Cambrie – rambunctious & independent. My littlest princess (about to be 3). My angel. Full of life, infectious personality. Loveable. Can’t wait to see her grow!
So there it is. Thank you Lord for these beautiful children & allowing me to be a part of their lives.
Now I gotta get back to the work part….
I’d rather be a man who has nothing but has it all, than a man who has it all but has nothing.
– Sugar Ray Leonard