I am still not quite sure what this post is going to be about. I have been thinking about it most of the day: Should I talk about spinning on Christmas Eve? Talk about abs or doing dirty dog in body conditioning today?
Or do I reflect on the holiday season? It is great for many. But for some others it is not so great.
This time of year can be stressful, depressing, sad, difficult, lonely, emotional or really not the best time of the year.
Because I feel so fortunate in my life and I believe that I was put on this Earth to help others. So I do what I can to make things better for others.
Because most people we know are rather fortunate we no longer do Christmas presents. We give money to charity because there are so many people who need so much. (Curt and I do stockings so we have a little something.)
We have a variety of charities we support. Among some of them: food banks; Planned Parenthood; public television; alma mater department scholarships/programs; Curt’s hometown Boy Scouts; Humane Society; Habitat for Humanity.
The cliche saying about how it is better to … Continue reading