Thought for the Month!
August 2022

Time To Plant

As the 2022-2023 school year begins, teachers and students are adjusting class schedules, registering or dual enrollment classes, reviewing course credits, revisiting career pathways, and doing all the necessary things to ensure the ultimate goal is reached – graduation. But wait! There’s a lighter side to the beginning of school! Yes, students and teachers alike begin to think about football games under Friday night lights, pep rallies, bonfires, watching the marching band, witnessing the ROTC display Old Glory, cheerlead-ers tumbling and being tossed in the air like cannons; and this is just Friday’s football game! Then, there are school fundraisers, volleyball, school plays, and class. If there is one message RGV LEAD would like to convey at the beginning of the school year, it’s time for fall planting. That’s right! It’s time to plant seeds! Yes, plant seeds for a better you! RGV LEAD would like to share what should be planted in the garden of life and why these plants should be planted. Picture the seeds you will plant this school year and the garden you will grow!

The Garden of Daily Living

Plant –

3 ROWS OF PEAS

  • Peace of mind.
  • Peace of heart.
  • Peace of soul.

4 ROWS OF SQUASH

  • Squash gossip.
  • Squash indifference.
  • Squash selfishness.

4 ROWS OF LETTUCE

  • Lettuce be faithful.
  • Lettuce be kind.
  • Lettuce be patient.
  • Lettuce really love one another.

3 ROWS OF TURNIPS

  • Turnip for meetings.
  • Turnip for service.
  • Turnip to help one another.

LASTLY, 3 ROWS OF THYME

  • Thyme for each other.
  • Thyme for family.
  • Thyme for friends.

Water freely with patience and cultivate with love.  There is much fruit in your garden because you reap what you sow.
~ Author Unknown

Here’s wishing you a bountiful harvest!
~ Luis

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