Make Today Better

Today is Make Today Better Than Yesterday Day. So what’s that mean for me? Tuesday’s Topic of course. Yip!

First I need to decide what could be better and then work on making it better.

Maybe the weather could be better – I do recall seeing a cloud. But, since I can’t control the weather, I’ll have to figure out something else.

How about breakfast? Yesterday I actually got up and made the family eggs, bacon, yummy jelly bagels and fruit yogurt — I could make today a pancake day. But then again, every day should be a pancake day.. or was that every day should be Sundae?

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What are you going to do today to make today better than yesterday?

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18 thoughts on “Make Today Better”

  1. “NEVER leave a child unattended in a car, running or not. It only takes seconds for a tragedy to occur.” I’d like to pass this message along from Tammy Russell whose six month old baby Kaitlyn was left in a hot car by her babysitter. At the beginning of yesterday, I scoffed at a CNN article about safety features in cars to warn parents that their children are in the backseat until I read on, followed links and talked to some of these parents. I’ve done a design to help promote awareness – with the proceeds going to the 4 R Kids Sake website. It can be difficult to read the stories on the site, but if one life is saved …. then we certainly have made it a better tomorrow than yesterday.

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  2. “NEVER leave a child unattended in a car, running or not. It only takes seconds for a tragedy to occur.” I’d like to pass this message along from Tammy Russell whose six month old baby Kaitlyn was left in a hot car by her babysitter. At the beginning of yesterday, I scoffed at a CNN article about safety features in cars to warn parents that their children are in the backseat until I read on, followed links and talked to some of these parents. I’ve done a design to help promote awareness – with the proceeds going to the 4 R Kids Sake website. It can be difficult to read the stories on the site, but if one life is saved …. then we certainly have made it a better tomorrow than yesterday.

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  3. “NEVER leave a child unattended in a car, running or not. It only takes seconds for a tragedy to occur.” I’d like to pass this message along from Tammy Russell whose six month old baby Kaitlyn was left in a hot car by her babysitter. At the beginning of yesterday, I scoffed at a CNN article about safety features in cars to warn parents that their children are in the backseat until I read on, followed links and talked to some of these parents. I’ve done a design to help promote awareness – with the proceeds going to the 4 R Kids Sake website. It can be difficult to read the stories on the site, but if one life is saved …. then we certainly have made it a better tomorrow than yesterday.

    Reply

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