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Throwing My Loop A Better Way BY MICHAEL JOHNSON THERE IS ONE, you know. A better way I mean. When faced with the choices life sometimes forces us to make, in most all situations we only see “yes” or “no.” Most of us – especially men – tend to see things as “go” or “no,” “on” or “off,” “black” or “white.” So many times, however, there is a better way – a higher path that is more powerful than all other choices combined. On Friday night, the kid won the game almost single-handedly. He lifted the entire team up on his small shoulders and carried them all to a place they had never been – a better place inside themselves. He helped them see they were more than they knew. He ran his heart out that night, and if he threw an interception, he bounced right back, fi lling the air with perfect spi- ©HEIDI ANGLESEY | WWW.ISTOCKPHOTO.COM First Quarter 2009 • 53

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2009

Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2009
From the President
Question & Answer: Water Conservation in the Home
Avoiding the Humpty Dumpty Approach to Data Backup
From the CEO
What the Future Holds
Asset Management for Small Communities
Understanding Your Surface Water Source: The Rivers
Hydraulic Models
Expeditionary Water Packaging System Graces Delta
The Rural Water Rally in April
Training in Hawaii
Regulatory Update
Rural Water Releases Report on Water Infrastructure Projects and Economic Stimulus Legislation
Throwing My Loop
Index to Advertisers

Rural Water - Quarter 1, 2009