He’s A Keeper

By Kimberley Borgens


Working in the back yard this morning. After about 2 hours of me trimming and cutting and cleaning my husband looked at me and asked…

Husband: Did you eat anything yet today?

Wife: Thinking a moment 💭 Nope just got busy back here.

Husband: Then we are wrapping it up and you are going to get something to eat.

Wife: Why did you ask me that?

Husband: Because I noticed you were dragging a bit.

Wife: Huh, Okay – Thinking 🤔 to myself – It is almost noon anyway and the green waste can is full. I can stop, I guess.

Ever notice that sometimes people notice things physically in you that you might not notice yet yourself. I was thinking I was getting tired from all the work, and he noticed this is what happens when I wait too long to eat.

He’s a keeper.

Kimberley Borgens

About the author

Kimberley Borgens was married at 18, a mother at 19, and divorced at 20, she has journeyed from being a single mom on welfare to recognizing her strengths, fighting for what she believes in, and successfully building 5 thriving businesses with hundreds of employees and million-dollar budgets. Kimberley is a speaker, business mentor, and coaches her clients to transform their small business into a thriving business. Kimberley is living her own legacy as she inspires and motivates women to be fearless, become more like a CEO of their business and life, and enjoy the freedom they've dreamed of. She knows what it's like to start from nothing and build a strong solid business and she can help you too.

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