When you see a duck swimming in a pond, they appear calm, as if they are gliding on the surface with ease. However, if you look below the water, you see the constant effort it takes to propel the duck forward. The trick is to make it look easy, while underneath they are paddling like mad.
• They are diligent
Ducks sleep with one eye open to protect themselves from predators.
• They are highly adaptable
Ducks do not get cold feet; they can adapt to any condition.
• They are resourceful
Ducks can elude their enemies in many ways either by flying, running, swimming or diving for protection.
• They are instinctive
Ducks know when to migrate and forge ahead with confidence.
• They are team players
Ducks fly in a “V” formation to make it easier for the individual birds to fly. They take turns handling the burden of being up front.
We can learn a lot from ducks. The staff at Allen & Furr have the resources to help take some of your own burdens away. Let us show you how to protect your family with confidence. For all your insurance needs call .
The staff at Allen & Furr wish you and your family a very happy Easter. Keep paddling!