The first positive person is my oldest son. Once he puts his mind into doing something, he goes full out to accomplish it. At the age of twenty, he decided he wanted to become a triathlete. He swallowed his pride and took swimming lessons. He never showed interest when he was a child and spent most of his summers at hockey and football camps, so there was never time to take swimming lessons. He decided that it is never too late to learn how to swim and then grew determined to do well in triathlons. This weekend he entered himself into several bike races in and around Calgary. Being a beginner is always challenging,but he did well and didn't give up, even when the courses were difficult. He surrounds himself with like minded people and looks up to them and appreciates their support, advice and experience! He just keeps on trying and is determined to keep improving and training and learning. What a great positive attitude!
|It Isn't Easy|
|I Can DO IT!|
|He Took Me To Paris|
|I Love Music!|
I love the angles, lines and round buttons of the accordion!
While I was sitting by the water's edge, I encountered another positive person. She was so excited to see the ducks and geese, just like me, but she was about ten! With bread in her hand, she was determined to attract the birds close to the bank. She had her whole family nearby encouraging her and lending a hand. I was grateful that she was just as interested in the geese and ducks, as I was. I was hoping to get some close ups! Her beautiful hands created some splendid images for me in my camera!
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