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Suzanne Hebert
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I stumbled across this while using Mail Chimp to send out a Newsletter. A nice stress release in the middle of the day!

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Good words for a Monday morning.
Just Believe

Sometimes you don't know where the road will take you, sometimes you just have to believe that it takes you where you need to be, sometimes you just have to take the first step of the journey.

Good morning Googler's
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Just passing this along in the hope that someone can help.
G+ people, please help me! Someone in Brownsville Texas has found one of my whale shark satellite tags and I would dearly love to get it back. If you can +1 this and share through whatever SM avenues you have, you never know who is 1 degree of separation away from the finder! Tag looks like the ones in this photo. Finder can contact me for a small reward. TO BE CLEAR - nobody stole the tag from me; it just came off the shark as designed and washed up somewhere, which is when someone found it. I want it back because it contains all sorts of juicy data about whale shark migrations that can't be transmitted via the GPS satellite. Think of it like losing the memory card from your camera, only the whale shark was the one on vacation :)
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Encouraging blog post by Evandale Farm about the NH Grazier's Conference."Folks are finally realizing we have agriculture here." The writer applauds UNH Cooperative Extension's support.

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Good suggestions for a Monday morning.

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Mild winter worries maple syrup producers

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There is always many ways to look at the predicament you may be in.
Face Difficulties Positively - Author Unknown

This parable is told of a farmer who owned an old mule. The mule fell into the farmer’s well. The farmer heard the mule praying or whatever mules do when they fall into wells. After carefully assessing the situation, the farmer sympathized with the mule, but decided that neither the mule nor the well was worth the trouble of saving. Instead, he called his neighbors together, told them what had happened, and enlisted them to help haul dirt to bury the old mule in the well and put him out of his misery.

Initially the old mule was hysterical! But as the farmer and his neighbors continued shoveling and the dirt hit his back, a thought struck him. It suddenly dawned on him that every time a shovel load of dirt landed on his back, HE WOULD SHAKE IT OFF AND STEP UP!

This he did, blow after blow. “Shake it off and step up…shake it off and step up…shake it off and step up!” He repeated to encourage himself. No matter how painful the blows, or how distressing the situation seemed, the old mule fought panic and just kept right on SHAKING IT OFF AND STEPPING UP!

It wasn’t long before the old mule, battered and exhausted, stepped triumphantly over the wall of that well! What seemed like it would bury him actually helped him . . . all because of the manner in which he handled his adversity.

THAT’S LIFE! If we face our problems and respond to them positively, and refuse to give in to panic, bitterness, or self-pity.

Sweet Emotion - Ile Verte, Quebec, Canada
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