Thursday, April 4, 2013

A to Z Challenge

A TO Z OF RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

A and B are terrific grades, but I would not compromise my health in order to achieve them, as C and D are also passing grades. Remember "D"  is for Diploma .
 Degrees and Diplomas are great resources but even if you  cannot make this year, there is always next year. Meanwhile we can dream that the Dogwood will bloom soon. Right now the clouds are playing with the Sun. They have cold air around them. The Sun will  win though. It has to. We need to see the Daffodils.
Fresh Cut Wholsale Daffodil Flowers

10 comments:

Launna said...

I love daffodils, they are so pretty :)

Chatty Crone said...

I love the Daffodils too! sandie

Shelly said...

Daffodils and dogwood blooms are gorgeous!

Brett Minor said...

I was in a Master's level Education program to be a high school math teacher. Anything below a C was failing and if your GPA fell below a B, you were kicked out of the program. Excellent grades were demanded or we were gone. I don't know if that is just the standard for education or just my school.

Returning visit for A to Z. Happy D Day!

Brett Minor
Transformed Nonconformist

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Munir .. as long as you pass you can go on to achieve many things .. how many people do we know who are 'mediocre' in their speciality - they're still specialists

Degrees and Diplomas are important as we've passed and achieved and studied ..

Cheers and yes please some sun to brighten those daffodils .. Spring is very slowly coming here .. Hilary

Ghadeer said...

Although our cultures makes us believe the best grade is worth dying for, I agree with you!

yaya said...

You know what they call the lowest graded medical school graduate? Doctor...although I always loved an A...for some reason the A & B seemed like such happy letters! C only needed a little therapy...D and F..so sad! I'm hoping to see a few daffodils blooming here soon. The Dogwood still has a few weeks to go unless a warming trend starts one of these days. Have a great weekend!

Austan said...

I can't wait for the daffodils! It's all taking its time this year!

lily said...

Unfortunately most of the daffodils haven't bloomed, thanks to the long winter spell in England. What's Spring without daffodils?

Just wanted to say thank you for stopping by and commenting on my blog. :)

Granny Annie said...

With the cold that has stomped into our spring, it is great to finally see the daffodils.