2011, 2012, dc, events, irony, love, marriage, Meeting Planning, resolutions, self help, special events, trouble, Uncategorized, washington, weddings

Love is in the air….but do you really smell it?

Love is in the air now – everything is all red and white and pink – love
love love….did you know before you can love someone else – you have to
love yourself FIRST? The old adage that “Love don’t cost a thing” is the
falsest statement ever written about love – but it does hold some truth in
it. LOVE itself doesn’t cost – but the EFFORT costs, the TIME costs, the
ENERGY costs and the REWRD is costly – but it really is PRICELESS. Anyone
who knows me knows I am my own number one fan…I think so highly of myself,
that I don’t need a fan club – I am the president, membership and all fans
are welcomed, but I know that I am really the only person who I can truly
depend on. Yes I let myself down from time to time, but I also pick
myself right back up and give myself that nudge in the right direction on
all fronts.

YOU HAVE GOT TO GIVE YOURSELF MORE THAN YOU GIVE TO SOMEONE
ELSE…otherwise, they will have NO idea how much you are worth!

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2011, 2012, dc, events, irony, love, marriage, Meeting Planning, resolutions, self help, special events, trouble, Uncategorized, washington, weddings

Thought of the Day

Sometimes people come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime – but SOMETIMES they come into your life for a reason during a season or to season a lifetime…

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2011, dc, events, irony, Meeting Planning, resolutions, self help, special events, trouble, Uncategorized, washington, weddings

Thought of the Day

Last year was our year to dream, this year is our year to do, and next year is our year to have our dreams come true! Dedication of this goes to @hottywood_helps and @cutie-cals

2011, dc, events, irony, Meeting Planning, resolutions, self help, special events, trouble, Uncategorized, washington, weddings

Thought of the Day

The Difference Is in the Details!

The Difference Is in the Details!

Acceptance is the key. Knowing your limits and realizing that you either need to make it do what it do, or make a change. Know the difference and accept it.