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It is Not What the Situation is But What You Take to IT


Next Thursday is Mr. Lincoln's birthday. You all remember the stories of the log cabin, old barrel, learning to read in less than perfect circumstances. Whatever your feelings about Mr. Lincoln, he did "carry on" despite many obstacles.

The History Place Presents Abraham Lincoln.

Some of us are snow bunnies, others, like me, aren't, but these people like the challenge of the snow and ice. There are some good survival tips in this piece, and with the winter the way it has been, I thought it would be a good idea to draw your attention to it.

From and Helyn Trickey Snow campers brave elements for icy wonderland.

It has been said that courage is not the lack of fear, but showing up, and taking a stand. Your resolve in any situation is your strength.


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