Today is a great gift. A simple gift. Today is a day where globally people are giving “thanks”.
It’s also an opportunity for all of us to lead by example, to show gratitude to much more than just yummy turkey, stuffing, and apple pie. Perhaps lifestyle changes need to be made, sacrifices followed through with, compromises decided upon.
I consider today another opportunity to share what I’ve been given and to lead by example through my thanks.
I feel really inspired.
Are you leading by example in your “thanks” today? I’m going to try. And check this guy out too.
My brother, Pete, is engaged and is scheduling a marriage ceremony for May 30th of next year and Sue is handling the coordination of the event.
So Chae Yeon has been hanging out with her while Pete and I have been rocking the schedule for our trip back to Korea.
It’s an interesting thing to sit there mapping out the key moments of your life because typically these moments happen and then you realize that they were, in fact, special moments on your proverbial timeline of life.
For example, we’ve been “scheduled” to see our birth mom @ 2:00pm on Wednesday the 10th of December. It’s wierd even saying it aloud. And it’s even stranger that it doesn’t feel significant.
It’s time like these that I’m glad there’s a Master Scheduler, because I’d be totally screwed if I were completely managing this myself. What’s nice is that according to Him I’m apparently never late nor early: I’m always right on time.