Inauguration thoughts

So I actually sat down to watch the Inauguration and write our monthly newsletter. Instead, I found myself staring at the tv, unable to multitask. Those of you who know realized what a feat this is! Rarely is the time I am not doing many things at once.

How awesome the ceremony, regardless of where your support lies, what a great place we all live in. It seems through all the struggles over the past year, we seem to have forgotten that we live in a great country. As Bush handed over the office of presidency, what respect and support he showed! And Obama thanking him for his help in the transition. What a place we live in!

I find amazing that as a country, we have embraced this new president on the platform of CHANGE. Of all things, we so often seem to be resistant to that one thing. As much as we try, CHANGE happens whether we want it or not. Again, each of you has your own belief and varying support of this new administration but we can still encourage and create change. In the Inaugural speech, he touched on rebuilding many aspects of this country and how each and every one of us has a role to play.

While we have a hill to climb, it is a great opportunity for all of us to make specific changes in your life to help in this rebuilding process. We are all better with the support of others! Lets get back to knowing the important people in our lives, spending time with family and friends and recreating relationships. This can be done in times of economic stress and times of economic prosperity.

He touched on health care. Each one of us can take responsibility for our own lives and want to create a better environment. Taking control of what you can with regard to your own health will decrease our reliability on medicine.

He touched on how our spirit as a country stays no matter what gets thrown our way. Keep your spirits up and stay positive! Make the best choices you can in your life and whatever you do, enjoy yourself.

Please let us know your thoughts and experiences!

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