No Matter What it Takes

Last Update: September 20, 2019

Do you have a no-matter-what-it-takes attitude? If you start out that way it is likely you will continue through until you achieve those things that you set out to accomplish. Your activity may change, your tasks may look different, your routines may rearrange, but your underlying why remains the same. And the drive behind it; the impetus that you began with, remains the same. No Matter What it Takes says that I will continue to learn and grow and progress until I get to the finish line. Until I achieve the things that I determined in the beginning to achieve. You can do this. You can if you set your mind to it. No Matter What it Takes.

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JKulk1 Premium
Exactly Carl. Jim
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CarlJDill Premium
Heck Ya!
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DarrenNicola Premium
Thanks for posting, Carl.
We also share the same thoughts and are in this for the long term.
Never give up and do whatever it takes.
All the best
Darren & Nicola :)
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CarlJDill Premium
Our plan may change, the path may change, but the destination we intend to get to never does.
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DarrenNicola Premium
That is so true.
Thanks, Carl.
God bless
Darren :)
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CarlJDill Premium
God bless you also
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AlexEvans Premium Plus
Good to see you, Carl, that is so true if we can knuckle down with that, No Matter What it Takes attitude it can carry you when the going gets tuff.

Really like your image of the bird, I observed some Oyster Catchers toady nesting beside a very large pond, they make their nests in the stones, on the shore.

That part of the pond is close to the house, I thought what on earth were you thinking birds.

The kids are running amuck all over the place right by their nest, Friday is a tidy day, lawns mowed prior to the weekend, gardens to be attended to just that general chaos.

They just squeak and squawk and just keep on doing what they are doing looking after and out for their coming family.

Oh and then there is Bella a yappy, little dog who has got it into her head that sneaking up on the nest and then running from the nester's mate dive bombing from above is a good idea.

And through it all, they just are doing whatever it takes.

Timely post, Carl.
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CarlJDill Premium
Super relevant reply! Thanks my friend. It is good to see you too.
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