We continue to contribute to our Feel Good Friday blog! Here is what the staff at the Network is feeling good about this week!
We look forward to sharing our small blurbs and hope you do too. Comment or share what you think…would you like to be included? Send your feel-good moment to Marla at firstname.lastname@example.org and be featured next week!
Michelle: LeVar Burton’s voice makes me happy. I listen to his podcast “LeVar Burton Reads” in which he reads short fiction. I mostly listen in the car and since I haven’t been driving as much for the past two years, I’m a bit behind! You can find them here and can also listen to back episodes. Enjoy!
Shawna: I scheduled my hair and makeup trial for the wedding!! Eep! I’m so excited!! I’m thinking of a pinky/ purple smokey eye, to make my hazel eyes pop, and a long Rapunzel type braid hairdo. I’m not sure if I’ll give you all a sneak peek or just wait for the day of. I guess we’ll see how it goes.
Aridyan: On Sunday I am going to spend time with my brother! Since he lives so far from me it’s nice to be able to spend time with him. We are going to get lunch at a restaurant that I’ve never been to before called Flipside Burger. We are also going to see The Batman which I’m very excited about! We are both food and movie enthusiasts so I’m looking forward to Sunday!
Marla: Just a few weeks ago I shared my family tree and that I was waiting on my DNA results. I just received them yesterday! I’m making connections to family all over the world literally…I have distant family EVERYWHERE!!! 😀 Here are my results. Top 3 are on point.
Barbara: This week my parents celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary. They created and raised five children: three girls and two boys. They have lived incredibly productive and happy lives. Mom with her genealogy research, and Dad with his Masonic and volunteering activities. As their children, my siblings and I learned about gardening, woodworking, cooking, baking, but most of all we learned to love reading, and love learning. I have so many happy memories of homemade bread, homemade ice cream, delivering Christmas cookies to the neighbors in the cold. Watching Star Trek with Dad. The Walton’s. Playing outside, climbing trees, walking to the lake. So many wonderful, loving memories. There was screaming and throwing things and crying and breaking pretty much everything, sure, there was lots of that too. But love was wrapped around it, so everything was always okay. Family has been the core. And my parents are the center of that core. And for that I am forever grateful.