This is the season for sharing and caring. Take a moment to demonstrate an act of kindness towards another, as we never know what another may be going through.
Take a moment to make another person smile, make another person not think about things to hinder their success.
It has been said, it takes more muscles to frown than to smile. Smile at someone and see what happens.
You are loved!
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What a wonderful day to wake up to. Make this a great day be it cold weather or hot, It is YOUR day so make the most of it.
Happy New Year to you and yours. May 2016 bring restoration of self, health, love, finances, and faith. We are all blessed to have been brought into a new year.
On Saturday, July 25, 2015...my one and only son, Adam Miller will exchange wedding vows with Valentina Shnider in la Jolla, CA.
The pride I have for my son is undescribeable. From the day he was born, he created me to be the person I was destined to become as a parent.
Thank you Adam, and Valentina...I welcome you into our family with open arms. I promise I will not be the type of mother that will interfere with your marriage, but if ever you need me to be a sounding board.....CALL your girlfriends.
Congratulations to you both!
August 9, 2015, Certification Specialist, Mara Hoskin will be conducting the Primary Certification in Florida. Still time to register at www.afaa.com or call 800-446-2322
How to Write a Wedding Toast
You're expected to make a toast at someone's wedding, but what do you say? How do you honor the big day and the new couple without embarrassing yourself or them? Putting some thought into it in advance will make a world of difference in your speech, so here are some ideas to get you started.
I want to thank Mr and Mrs Shnider for giving the world such a beautiufl woman, Valentina (Shnider) Miller to whom has won over my heart and is now a proud member of our family.
I wish to thank all the family and friends that have supported both Adam and Valentina over the years. I thank my heavenly father for giving me such a loving, caring and devoted son to whom I am extremely proud.
I now have the daughter I have always wanted. Thank you
The number one question a bridesmaid or a maid of honor will ask themselves, will ask others, will even spend countless hours asking the internet is, "How can I be there for the bride the most?" Sure, being there in person is always helpful. Showing up for the engagement party and the bridal shower and even the bachelorette party. But when it comes down to it, the number one thing the bride is looking forward to you doing, is being there on her wedding day, being there to keep her calm and to help her shake off some of those nerves like only you know how to do. Want to know how to keep the bride happy, no matter what, on her wedding day? Here's three tips to help make that happen.
1. Keep her well fed.
Make sure she's eaten a good breakfast and a hearty lunch. Also make sure she's well hydrated. Keep a couple of bottles of water around with a straw so she can take occasional sips — without ruining her lipstick.
See More: 5 Things a Bridesmaid Should Never Say to a Bride Before She Walks Down the Aisle
2. Play some good tunes.
If things are feeling a little stressful or you feel the bride's energy is slipping a little, bust out a playlist of her favorite songs. Turn the pre-wedding jitters into a pre-wedding dance party.
3. Give her some space.
Depending on the size of the bridal party, the behind-the-scenes of the morning of the wedding can get a bit stuffy and loud. If there's a lot going on, round up the other bridesmaids and ask everyone to give the bride a little breathing room and a mental break.
This tell it like it is Trainer is no stranger to educating others. If you want real results without spending thousands of dollars, Operation Shape Up has the answers for you. The daily blog is intended to assist you getting over the hurdles.