I think 2021 is going to be a great year. I can tell by the way my heart pounds when I think of all the ideas I have and what I want to accomplish. Last year was so laid back. I couldn’t do anything BUT think: I thought about what I want to do, where I want to go and all the “what ifs…” Now, I’m ready to get started.
my mom is working on some new handouts for my children’s safety program, which is called Officer Morgan’s Safety Program. I’ve been looking into different cool giveaways to give out to the children too. This year, I have new material and activities planned. I am adding skits and etiquette classes for the kids to participate in.
I hope this year will be safer for me to interact with the kids at iLevel while still maintaining social distance. Some of the kids I teach don’t have a home to call their own, let alone internet access for virtual conversations. A lot of the kids are homeless. Each year, they look forward to seeing me at the community events. Unfortunately, this past year was a bust because of the pandemic. Going forward, we’ll make the best of things and work with what we have.
In addition to teaching, I plan to have some of the kids in the nearby homeless shelters and orphanages spread the message to other kids in our community about humbleness and understanding. I want them to teach other kids how to be grateful and thankful for family and shelter. I hope to reach and teach thousands of kids all over the world. It’s important that kids learn safety precautions early in life.
My other upcoming plans for 2021 include:
- Four different vendor events for my safety program
- Toy drive with Toys for Tots
- Miracle League of Newton County (I want to join the board of directors so pray for me)
- Expand my YouTube/gaming page and increase followers
- Create graphics for my Officer Morgan safety t-shirts
Remember to stay safe, wash your hands, social distance and wear your masks!
About Morgan Steward: Morgan is an honorary police officer for the Covington Georgia Police Department. He uses a Stretto Power Wheelchair for mobility and is an active member in his community. Click here to learn more about Morgan.