There is so much to be learned from Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy. Although progress has been made over the years, there's still so much more to be done. We need to continue pressing for positive change and betterment for our world, for ourselves, for our family and friends, for all those who have been wronged. We need to keep Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy alive, always. So today, and every day, let's remember the world he dreamed of and work to make it a reality.
This week, my family and I are in quarantine after being exposed to the terrible virus that shall not be named here. Accordingly, my anxiety has been off the charts lately, worrying about myself, my family, and us developing symptoms. But, our kitties are here with us, too. And as usual, they make everything better!
Things may be difficult right now. But, we have to keep fighting and persevering from one day to the next. We have to stay strong for our family members, friends, and other loved ones. We have to stay strong for ourselves. We have to keep fighting for the better days waiting ahead.
This post is part of the Blog Brew, a monthly collaboration between seven other amazing bloggers and myself where we cover various topics each month. Very fitting with the month of December, our current theme is 'Christmas'. As such, we all have posts full of holiday cheer that are sure to make your Christmas celebrations more merry and joyful this year!
With this being the season of giving and thankfulness, I think it's only fitting I talk a bit about what I'm grateful for this year. Of course, I'm incredibly thankful for my family as a whole. But, there are a few particular furry family members I greatly appreciate; my four sweet kitties, Zen, Kash, Karma, and Bell. I believe that fur babies aren't talked about as much when it comes to this sort of feeling, so I just want to say how my cats have made a difference in everyday life for me.