We all have those things we want to do in life, but for some reason procrastination sets in and we don’t get them done. This story champions the little kid in us to get it done and create opportunities for your personal fulfillment even if it is just going to a parade.
I grew up in what I consider the greatest city in the world…New York City. There is nothing like celebrating the holidays in New York. Before the Christmas tree lighting at Rockefeller Center or the extravagant holiday widow displays at retail stores, the Macy’s Day Parade kicks everything off.
I lived my entire life in New York and never went to the parade. In asking my parents why they never took my sister and I my mother’s response was, “ I always wanted to take you and your sister, but by the time I turned around you all had grown up.” As a child I was content in just sitting in front of the television, in my pajamas (in the warmth) watching the different floats go by; Woody Woodpecker, Snoopy, Smurfette (I just showed my age with that last one), and listening to the latest celebrity at the moment perform…
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