Sooooooo, many of you may know that my #MarvelousMonday post is a little bit late. Well, there’s a really good reason for that and that reason is Howard University Homecoming.
You may or may not know that I graduated from Howard University. And you may or may not know that Howard is a Historically Black College and/or University (HBCU). And we take homecoming season very seriously. As a matter of fact, Howard University has the best H0mecoming on the planet. If you don’t know or did not know, just do a quick search on Google and you will see.
So the bottom line is…. I’m late because was dog tired!!!! I will have plenty pictures for you in the new few weeks from Howard Homecoming.
It was also the Sesquicentennial (150 year) celebration of the founding of Howard University so it was an amazing experience this weekend.
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Here’s what we have on tap for Marvelous Monday.
There is a song that I learned as a child that did not have as much meaning to me then as it does now. The song was a nice little catchy tune that sounded beautiful when sang in a round or in the fugue type fashion. I loved the song but never really paid attention to the word and how they fit into my life or could fit into your for that matter.
So today, I provided an oratorical exposition of the song, “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.” Please enjoy.
Thank you so much for reading this post of the #MarvelousMonday series and I hope you found it encouraging and I also encourage you to pick up my book which is available on Amazon, “Coffee With Rhadi.”
And of course it is available on Kindle and Audible and in paperback as well. 🙂
Blessings from here to there,
Dr. Rhadi Ferguson
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