“What A Difference A Day Makes” made popular by the late Dinah Washington is one of my all-time favorite songs from the past. The song was originally written in 1934 by Spanish songwriter Maria Grever. It was then known as “Cuando Vuelva A Tu Lado” (When I Return to Your Side).
For me, the song title “What A Difference A Day Makes” comes to my mind whenever something significant or almost unbelievable changes overnight. It is the same as exclaiming “Amen” or “Hallaluah”. I know you have had those moments when things change overnight!
The Anne G. Broady Scholarship Fund has proven a day can make a difference. The generosity of the “Friends of Copey” is making it possible for twenty or more young children to attend the Learning Center starting in February. Mom (Anne) would be very pleased with our success as we bring this effort to a close. AMEN!
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My favorite is from Cicero: carved on his sarcophagus and loosely translated is “We are denied long life, so let us do something to show that we have lived!”. Anne certainly did!