Why, hello there spring; so nice of you to come! Today marks the first day of spring… What did you do to celebrate?
I went to the big public library downtown Los Angeles. Today was an adventure. I first packed a backpack, then I walked half a mile to the bus station. After about 12 minutes or so, the bus opened its doors to 5th & Hope.
As I hopped off the bus I excitedly took in the busy scenery – I loved every minute of it.
Here are a fe photos I snapped while at the Central Library…
Today was an awesome day. I got lost in the children’s literature section. A Loy of work was done so in happy.
The library offers a coding program to middle grades 4-6. I found this to be really cool. And in April there’s even more science-related activities going on for the kids. Go check them out!
Ce’Marie & friends would like to wish you and your family a Happy Holiday Season!
We will see you in the new 2015 year ♥︎
Ce’Marie is a dreamer. She’s a doer. An adventurer… She’s confident, capable and will change the world. Ce’Marie will be the voice of her generation.
How about you? Are you encouraging your children to make a positive difference and contribution to society? If we all think in a way to help others and change the world to be a better place than how we found it, then together, we’ll do just that. We will successfully make this world more peaceful than the moment we were introduced to it. Are you up for the challenge?
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“Let us be grateful to the people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” Marcel Proust
“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” Oprah Winfrey
For more quotes of gratitude, click here: Forbes Quotes
This week was pretty busy. Starting with Tuesday, November 4 – VOTING day!! Did you?
Then there was Thursday November 6. I was the busiest on this day. First, I attended the Small Business Expo at the California Market Center in DTLA. It was a great experience. I interacted with a lot of people and spread Ce’Marie love all through that place! I listened to Bill Walsh, a greatly known business man, attended several helpful business workshops and visited the booths of an array of exhibitors. Fine experience it was.
Halloween in November, can you imagine that? I mean if you ask me, I’d tell you all the reasons why Halloween fits perfectly in October…and not just on any day, but the 31st of October. It just seems right. The last day of the scariest-sounding month is, I think, the most spooky, fitting date. Don’t you think? *chuckles to self.
Ok. I digress. I don’t know why the heck I am even convincing myself of Halloween — it’s a day (holiday for some) that I have not celebrated for years, probably because I don’t fit into any of the categories: kids, college students or parents, all of who can appreciate a mask and a treat.
But, there was an important message I received a couple days ago as I was catching up on my prime-time tv shows. The tv show black-ish — yes, I agree, bizarre name that actually almost kept me from tuning in to the new sitcom, but again, I digress — anyway during this tv show one of the character’s made a simple statement. A statement in which I totally agree with and ended up further reflecting upon. Someone on the show (I believe it was the father, not sure) mentioned how,
Peace. LOVE. Happiness.
Yesterday my friend invited me to the event “All For The Love of Kids”, held in Downtown Los Angeles. It was incredible. The vibe was wonderful. People mingled and ate finger foods as we waited for dinner and the event to begin. We were all there for a greater cause, a cause to raise money for foster children in Los Angeles County and to honor two individuals who have given back tremendously to the foster children of LA. The two honorees were Ms. Tige Charity, from Kids in the Spotlight, and Mr. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, from Skyhook Foundation (and former NBA star — and phenomenal Lakers player).
Not only was the food delicious, but the event itself was packed with excitement. Not a boring moment, which I was grateful for.
The beautiful and talented Ms. Lupita Nyong’o talks to our young kids on Sesame Street about loving the skin we’re in. Sesame Street is a wonderful television program that teaches kids fundamental concepts at home before they even enter pre-school.
Lupita loves her skin, Elmo loves his and you and I definitely should too!
Watch the 2 minute Sesame Street clip below.