1600 Pennsylvania Ave “Make American Great Again” twist

I was a single mother just twenty years ago I nearly had fifty dollars a month extra money. After I paid rent, utilities, car payment and fed my children. The seventy-five dollars a month child support helped pay for after school daycare.
In my community today I see the similar struggles. I see homeless walking on the street, seniors looking for their next meal, the rotating doors of the county jail, and sick people waiting for health care. I like the slogan “make America great again”.

Over the last year I can’t recall a single day without news report of something terrible.

I deserve to know how we are going to inspire hope, peace and love in America. I know these three important things because I’m part of what makes America great.

If each individual is responsible for shaping these important things within themselves and others around them we can save America. I believe our diversity can make us a strong nation if we believe in kindness above all else. Once we begin healing ourselves we can expand to the globe with hope, peace and love producing world peace. President elect I hope and pray this is your mission for our county.

I stand beside my great American brothers and sisters in saying we all want a better life.
An America where all people are treated equal, decency and ethics in leadership, and we seek justice is the midst of injustice, and we uphold the cause of the poor and oppressed. If this is what the slogan “make American great again” means count me in.

Enclosed I am sending a gift of twenty dollars to get hope, peace and love back into our neighborhoods. I know it’s not much President Elect Trump but a billionaire like yourself could invest it or buy the congress some stress balls to use during session.
I am convinced this letter will make it to you.

Sending you much love and light in your presidential journey.


10 Tips on being a happier person.


Often in this busy world we have many distractions. We can loose focus on ourselves. We can loose our inner happiness. Nearly 20% of Americans experience some form of depression in there lifetime. Many people spend their lives waiting for happiness. Happiness is not something that just happens, it needs to be pursued. Improving your quality of life is great way to start. Remember to love yourself, forgive yourself, and treasure yourself.

  1. Nature is a great way to connect. Being outdoors can relieve depression and negativity.Nature has a way of boosting our serotonin levels which is a part of the brain that is responsible for empathy, emotional wellness, and love. Get outdoors.
  2.  Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health.  No matter your age or disability.
  3. Writing things down can do wonders for your health. It can get you thinking. Think about journaling 15 to 20 minutes a day.
  4. Make a list of thing that make you happy and set a goal to do them.
  5. Drink more water.
  6. Reading can help reduce stress. Expanding your knowledge by learning improves your memory.
  7. Acknowledge we are all human and make mistakes. It takes a lot of energy to hate someone. Holding a grudge has power over you.
  8. We learn to interact and connect with people. Expand the circle of your world. Socialize more.
  9.  Be thankful. Be ready to show appreciation in your life.
  10. What you feed your body matters.

Have a Great Day!


Cynthia Happy Smile

Written by Author, Speaker

Cynthia Stevison

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