[moh-tuh-veyt] Show IPA
verb (used with object), mo·ti·vat·ed, mo·ti·vat·ing.
… and that is exactly what I plan to do. This past week has been filled with tears and joy in celebrating the life of my Grandma Fannie’s passing. It was a beautiful homegoing. A wonderful gathering of family and laughter. One thing I can say I learned from her is how she always made me feel like one of her own grandchildren. Although she was my husband’s grandmother, I felt no different. It seems as she was the motivator that kept the family together. Everyone had their own special memories with her, but we collectively really had similar memories of her.
When people look back over my life, I want it to be just as heartfelt and beautiful as her homegoing celebration. I truly believe that I was put on this earth to help motivate people (and myself sometimes). To help people with their health and fitness goals. I find so much life in doing it. Helping people to learn how to protect this temple God has given us. It is a feeling like no other for me. So what does motivation me to me? Besides what is mentioned above, it involves love, dedication, grace, and belief in others.
What does it mean to you?
Live. Love. Well & Fit.
Rest In Paradise Grandma Fannie.