On Sunday we stopped at McDonalds so I wouldn't have to cook after a day filled with fun and family. On my son's cup was a saying "Little Changes Change Lives".
I haven't been able to get that saying out of my head. It's true on so many levels. I wouldn't say that I've made a huge impact in the horse industry or even in our neck of the woods. Most people don't know about the Sanctuary and what we do. But the little changes I've made in my life to make sure I can care for senior equines has not only changed my life but also the lives of the Sanctuary horses.
I know if I continue to change, other great things will happen to help change other people's and animals' lives.
I know some people will think that they have to do great things to make a difference but in reality, it IS those little things that make the day better, and make our lives better. A simple smile, a kind note to a friend or even to a stranger, anything. It doesn't have to be big to be important.
These little changes can make or break your day and in turn will change your life.
I know I'm not making much sense but I wanted to put that saying into writing and possibly spread that saying on to others. I don't know who or if anyone reads this blog so I thought, even if I can make a small change, maybe that will help in changing others' lives.
So I'll challenge you to make a small change. You'll never know when that small change will change someone's life.
I'd love to hear from you on your little changes that change lives. Perhaps that's my downfall. I thrive on positive and love to hear about the upbeat and positive stories no matter how grand or little they may be.
So today, tomorrow, next week, next month. As you work through your day, just remember Little Changes Change Lives.
Amazing what a little cup with a saying will do to get your mind thinking.