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WEDNESDAY

The fourth day of the week after Sunday, and the third day of the work week. From the English Wehnz dee or Wehnz day. Sacred to the chief god in Teutonic mythology: Woden, or Odin. French call this day Mercredi, for Mercury, the Roman messenger of the gods.

 

FRUIT

A primary food in that it is one of the five food groups and is not derived from another food group. The part of a plant that contains the plant's seeds. Commonly refers to the juicy, sweet or tart kinds which have a high sugar content that provide quick energy.

 

PROACTIVITY

I take full responsibility for my attitude and actions ensuring my actions and responses are always appropriate and of the highest quality. I am proud of myself and my achievements without arrogance.  I am not discouraged when I make a mistake but admit it and learn from it realizing that making a few mistakes is the result of earnest effort. I am continuously productive and improving. I set priorities taking a balanced approach to improving my performance, achieving results and maintaining my ability to produce results. I take the time to refresh and renew myself.

 

RED

A primary color of light or pigment: symbol of fire and blood, signifies charity, bravery and courage.

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

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