21.12.14

Living a Motto

Regarding personal responsibility, Theodore Roosevelt once said, “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.

I think my neighbor across the street has adopted this saying as his motto. One night this past week we had a snowfall that provided us with an accumulation of about an inch. Most would believe there was not enough snow to build a snowman, but not my neighbor. He just got busy and did the best he could with what nature had provided.

Way to go, Dave! Love your sense of humor.

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    1. Indeed! Dave is a great neighbor.

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  2. Admire Dave's hat-tip to tradition, the building of the snowman. The snowman is quite large enough, regardless the amount of snowfall.

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    1. Vanilla, it probably is a good size for a really cold day.

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