Most people would argue the the return of most things is more logical at the beginning of the chronological year. We celebrate the New Year in January; the Chinese do it in February. People also closely associate the beginning of Spring in March with freshness, as the flowers and trees we know and love blossom beautiful colors and shapes.
This is just a quick note that in the past months, I experienced a new growth within myself that took me the entire summer to eradicate. I am so glad to have received such encouragement, prayers, and support from my friends and family members while I was fending off death. Now that I am going to be around for a little longer, the journey has been revitalized.
Contrary to popular usage, I believe fall is also a time for new beginnings. School begins in the fall, fashion designers premiere their new lines, and trees reveal their new colors to accommodate and welcome the tourist season in various regions of the world. So, beginning September 1, come back here for new posts regarding the rebuilding of this house of cards I affectionately call my business, Kings ‘N’ Queens!
Meanwhile, I thought everyone, including me, could use this word from Wilson Phillips, reminding us to Hold On. The song may be a bit dated, but it’s still true.