Category: My Time Has Come To…
With Love from My Heart to Yours
“….trust your instinct, and proceed with steps that would aid you and not invade your mental health.”
What I Want For Christmas
I think I can say without hesitation that what most people want for Christmas is indeed relevant to what they consider to be of utmost importance to them at the time. By now we know that wishes for “my two front teeth” rather than a toy had to have been of paramount importance to a…
Love At Work: Do Not Disturb
“We can pretty much determine how fruitful our efforts to plant seeds of love and humanity will be, based on the attitude with which we approach our farm or garden from the on-set.” -Madona Cole-Lacy-
Sarah of Capital One Bank Adds to the Excitement!
We want to acknowledge the spirit of humanity that Capital One Bank promotes in its workplace. For our suspicion is that in the absence of a culture that significantly touches the lives of their clients, Sarah might have experienced a roadblock when she planned to embrace us in such a sweet way.
The Lessons of Life: Wedding Anniversary Reflections
It is because we both know and appreciate this, that “woe is me” does not exist in our lexicon of life. That we have chosen to use the challenges of our life’s journey to inspire, empower and personify the spirit of gratitude and appreciation, will help keep the “for better or for worse, in sickness…
Long Island Teaching Artist and Students Connect the Dots of Multiculturalism and Inclusion with a Coat of Many Cultures™
“What is so exciting about designing a Coat of Many Cultures™ is my encounter with participants who have never given thought to the role art and culture play in their lives.” – Madona Cole-Lacy –
Creatively Welcoming the Holiday Spirit at the East Meadow Public Library
“It was yet another pleasant reminder of why I have chosen to utilize my passion for the arts to creatively communicate and interact with others!” -Madona Cole-Lacy-Workshop Facilitator
The Joy of Self-Actualization
When was the last time you did something that was work-related and felt so satisfied from that experience that you actually thanked yourself for having made the choice to follow that career path? That high level of satisfaction was all mine as I worked with a group of ladies at the Wyandanch public library who for…
A Daughter’s Plight: My Response
Use fear and anxiety as tools to focus your energies on building yourself up in ways that you can be a blessing, not just to your family and friends, but also to those who do not mean well for you.
Celebrating Wyandanch Youth: High School Students Rise Up to the Occasion!
Since, I cannot in good conscience consider the workshop participants’ comportment and commitment to the task at hand a mere coincidence, I must thank the good villagers of Wyandanch and give them due credit for the effective role they collectively play in the lives of our youth. Kudos to the parents and caring community members, the Wyandanch library director…