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FRIDAY

The sixth day of the week after Sunday, and the fifth and last day of the work week. The word comes from the Anglo-Saxon Frigedaeg, which means Frigg's day. Frigg was a goddess of love in Norse mythology.

 

MEAT and FISH

A secondary food in that it is one of the five food groups and is derived from other food groups. It is the muscle; the part of animals that provides their physical strength. Animals feed on either plants or other animals.

 

HUMILITY

I appreciate my position in relation to other people. My relationships are of the highest quality characterized by: interpersonal leadership where I work to the mutual benefit of others, communication where I first seek to understand others and then to have myself understood by them, and teamwork where I value the differences between myself and others and I seek to work together in a spirit of mutual respect and shared contribution to arrive at decisions and accomplish objectives that benefit all concerned.

 

ORANGE

A secondary color of pigment the sum of red and yellow: signifies strength and endurance.

Evening Glow - Christmas Cottage X from Thomas Kinkade
Pierside Gallery
Thomas Kinkade

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