Friday, January 29, 2016

Family, beliefs, dreams, goals.


Business Networking 

I was invited to attend a networking event last night and had a blast. I am a people person and love meeting new people and getting to know them. I met so many amazing people last night and spoke with them. I love hearing about their businesses and seeing their passion. 

It is always great when you meet like minded people. Everyone kept asking me if I was always this happy, even before Thrive. I chuckled and said yes. Actually all of my friends were concerned as I have always been called Speedy and you rarely see me not smiling or laughing. Needless to say a business associate and I had a great time mingling with other business people last night. 

I talked with a beautiful young lady who was a breast cancer survivor and she was beautiful from head to toe. I loved her personality and her. She will be in my prayers. 

I spoke with an amazing young man who is a model. We had a great conversation. 

Another beautiful lady showed me how to tie a scarf in a new way. I had commented on her scarf and how different it was. I loved it. 

The funniest and best part of the night was when we met this gorgeous young lady with a personality as big if not bigger than mine. She had tried our products and loved them. She was knowledgeable about them and she came back by the table and would tell other people her experience. You have to love it. She was amazing and will be celebrating her 35 birthday in March.
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It is amazing how God will send you the opportunities you need, if you will just follow Him and listen. I am a firm believer in the verse "you reap what you sow." I will continue to sow good seeds because I sure do love the way the Lord continues to bless me, even in the midst of life's storms. 

Keep the faith my friends, and be blessed, humble, and grateful. 




1 comment:

  1. Hey, I too am a firm believer of 'you reap what you sow'. I can relate to so many things that you have said in your article. Lots of luck for your future.

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