Good things do come in threes and in our case it means three interns this summer. We have an intern working on a variety of Referential projects. The other two interns are with us courtesy of one of our clients that wanted increased resources for their projects this summer. Each Monday for the last 3 weeks one has started. They are students at St Mary’s, UC Berkeley, and Cal State East Bay, with a variety of majors. We’ve paired them with “buddies” to help train and mentor them. It’s great to add to the pool of advocacy experts. And in case you are wondering about the phrase ‘good things come in threes’, read this blog post from Historically Speaking. The examples range from the three little pigs, genies always granting three wishes, to a saying from Confucius.
And from StackExchange: Good Things Come In Threes - has a definite positive connotation. From fairytales to Hollywood blockbusters, “the rule of three” (Latin-"omne trium perfectum") principle suggests things that come in threes are inherently more humorous, satisfying and effective than any other number of things.
We certainly believe that good things do come in threes!