Friday, September 15, 2017

Thrive Le-vel 30 Day Review: Day 23 ~ Life lessons from Harvey & Irma

Thrive Le-vel Review
Savannah, GA overpass during Hurricane Irma Evacuation
Thank you Ann Whittacre for allowing us to use your photo.

Thrive Le-vel Review: Day 23
My husband still says that he's not noticing a difference in his energy level. I say, he has more sustained energy throughout the day. We've been told that it takes longer use for some to experience the jolt of energy. In reality, I think that size and metabolism has to come into play somewhere. If everyone is using the same amount of a product, but everyone is not made the same, then I think the "amount taken" would need to be adjusted for some. As I experienced too much of a burst of energy to start, I think others may need more of a burst. Just my observation.

Irma - Metro Atlanta Update:
Most in our area had power restored, as of last evening. There are still scattered power outages, but nothing like our coastal regions of Georgia, and still, even less like Florida. People here have started their own cleanups and most evacuees have left to go back home; praying they all have homes to go back to.

Life Lessons from Harvey & Irma:
We've learned a lot from Harvey and Irma. We've learned how to open our arms to our neighbors, whether they are next door, or the next state over. We've seen people drop everything in their lives to drive hundreds of miles to take their bass boats out to rescue strangers off their roofs. We've seen men and women share food, time, and money with families that had out of state plates on their vehicles. Whether you are young or old, rich or poor, white, black, American, Latino, made no difference to these storms; they didn't discriminate. And Neither did We during our time of Need. We've seen the will of the American people come together and help one another. That's why America is Great and that's why she will continue to be Great; her people. God Bless!

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