So let me tell you guys how the cutest little girl made my day today.
After my 11:30 am meeting ran well over its time, I quickly ran over to Wal-Mart to pick up can foods and toiletry items for my Thanksgiving gift basket and donations for the Vets.
After picking up all the items and heading back to my car I see two little kids (around 8, 9 years old) walking with their mom. The little girl looks up, tilts her head and genuinely says, “Hey miss…you’re pretty!” Me: You’re so sweet, thank you! Adorable…
I felt like Michelle Obama when the little girl told her she looked young for her age. Lol
But the key thing here is, someone’s always watching. It’s not about me, or what I was wearing. But it was about the little girl and the others I didn’t realize, that were watching. How I present myself is quietly making an impact within itself.
Lesson of the day: Always put on your best.
Especially when you’re in a small town.
Other people are working hard trying to tear the world down, who am I to be selfish and take a day off? If I can model the example of how a woman is to look and act for a little girl, I will make sure, under any circumstances, that I’m modeling an above average and positive, can-do image.
Little kids are watching you guys and gals.
Represent well with your words, appearance, and actions.
Be the example.