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Never, ever lose your rookie enthusiasm and passion for the greatest calling in the world. Approach each day like a wide-eyed child who wants to soak in every experience and can never learn or do too much. Personally, I never want to look back on my career and say “I wish I would have done more”.

Do, love, share, enjoy, and experience - it all goes by so fast!

Click link below to see more of Paul's work or to order prints:
http://www.artstudioseven.com/page-LE_Prints.htm

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Comment by Bobby Halton on December 10, 2013 at 10:57am

Hey Paul, why is that Rookie letting that dog beat him! 

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