Inspiring words to live by from Arthur Ashe

It has been a very long while since Hattingdon and I have been here on her blog.

We always mean so well when we make yet another renewed effort to blog regularly. Time and again, other things get in the way and before we know it, weeks or months have gone by.

It’s not that it isn’t important. But those other things that get in the way, I think it’s simply just . . . life.

We were feeling very badly about it, until I came across these uplifting ideas. God bless Arthur Ashe for these encouraging thoughts.

“START WHERE YOU ARE
USE WHAT YOU HAVE
DO WHAT YOU CAN”
— Arthur Ashe
Arthur Ashe with the Wimbledon trophy after winning the men's singles on July 5, 1975. Ashe was the first black player to win the Australian Open (1970), US Open (1968) and Wimbledon (1975) in singles competition.
Arthur Ashe with the Wimbledon trophy after winning the men’s singles on July 5, 1975. Ashe was the first black player to win the Australian Open (1970), US Open (1968) and Wimbledon (1975) in singles competition.