"Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers.  It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country."  http://www.dol.gov/laborday/history.htm

I LOVE Labor Day weekend.  It's one of those holidays that transitions you into another season.  Aside from celebrating the achievements of America's workers, it gives us a reason to have those remarkable cookouts, gatherings, festivals, parades, and more.

Naturally, we start to wind down from the summer sensations and prepare for the FABulous Fall.  The weather starts to get cooler or tolerable, stores market the upcoming season's fashion trend, the kids go back to school, spring and summer flings tend to look or feel more permanent, our attitudes change about working with the new hair color and new outfits, and the need to harvest or prepare for the holiday season begins.

It's amazing how a holiday can impact our lives.  How does Labor Day  impact your life?
 
 
"Labor Day, the first Monday in September, is a creation of the labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of American workers.  It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country."  http://www.dol.gov/laborday/history.htm

I LOVE Labor Day weekend.  It's one of those holidays that transitions you into another season.  Aside from celebrating the achievements of America's workers, it gives us a reason to have those remarkable cookouts, gatherings, festivals, parades, and more.

Naturally, we start to wind down from the summer sensations and prepare for the FABulous Fall.  The weather starts to get cooler or tolerable, stores market the upcoming season's fashion trend, the kids go back to school, spring and summer flings tend to look or feel more permanent, our attitudes change about working with the new hair color and new outfits, and the need to harvest or prepare for the holiday season begins.

It's amazing how a holiday can impact our lives.  How does Labor Day  impact your life?
 
 
I LOVE THIS SONG!!!  Sometimes we handle relationships like it's laundry.  You have that new outfit.  We wear it.  When it's had it's course, we take it off and through it in a basket.  Next thing we know......when we need something to wear, what do you do?  Do you take the time and do the laundry or do you go and buy another outfit?

Good friends and loved ones are hard to find.  Sometimes we get into a rut with these relations and it can all come at the same time.  However, do we do the work to make life better?  Or is it easier to walk away, and go with something new?  Although we think walking away sounds easier, in the long run it is not.  At some point that laundry sitting in the corner begins to smell, get bigger, and the funk becomes noticeable.  And when it's noticeable, everyone who enters you're space knows there's a funk......but you.  How come you don't notice the smell?  You don't notice it because you have become accustomed to the funk, and there for after awhile it becomes normal to you.   The patience isn't there to handle it, you feel that replacing the situation with something new resolves it, only to find later on down the line, you still wind up having to deal with it.  You learn that if you do not deal with it, it begins to affect you.

We all have or have had a moment in where we don't want to deal with the situations.  Instead we decide to do without, however, we don't not realize that doing without can affect us in how we choose to handle in the future.  These situations are nothing new, and are brought by the same spirits.  These spirits have been around for a long time, but they just change outfits.  While we think that getting a new outfit fits the situation, sometime that new outfit comes at a price we cannot afford.  Is it worth the dime?  Hmmm....I love how Kelly Rowland acknowledges her situation that had her in a rut.  And by doing her dirty laundry, Kelly now reflects a more joyful life.
 

GO LADIES GO