A Sunday Scramble

This is a little bit of everything for today’s post, with thanks to Pinterest for the pictures.

I saw this  first picture and thought how it might get a good discussion going on how as a society we are more quick to want meds and surgery to fix something that a simple lifestyle change might go a long way in fixing. Do you agree with the picture?

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This second picture stood out to me, for we have seen the movie Balto lots of times. Our kids loved it and it is a good story. It is animated, but its based on a true story. Have you seen it? 

Gunnar Kaasen and his team of 13 dogs, led by the Siberian husky, Balto, completed the last leg of a 1925 trip to deliver 300,000 units of diphtheria antitoxin to Nome, Alaska.

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This 3rd picture is just a picture that made me go “Awh!” and every day we need a “Awh!” moment. 🙂 

 

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21 thoughts on “A Sunday Scramble

  1. Humans have a very tuned sense of fear for immediate danger, but almost none for eventual danger.

    Grizzly bear about to attack you! Take immediate and urgent action that supersedes all other concerns.

    Heart disease! Well, this one cheeseburger won’t hurt too much.

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