The Pony Engine I-think-I-can-I-think-I-can

The story tells of a long train filled with toys that must be pulled over a high mountain. The little engine that Could, so known as the pony engine, is an American classic children’s story. The book promotes the values of optimism and hard work, and some think of the book as a metaphor for the American dream and a story of self-discovery. The story tells of a long train filled with toys that must be pulled over a high mountain. When the happy locomotive pulling the train breaks down, the clown who leads the toys approaches several locomotives for help. By the same author: Jeff Gennette. For a variety of reasons, they back away: the poncho passenger engine considers the task to be unworthy of his stature the powerful freight engine views the task as unimportant the old, tired engine lacks the strength and determination to help emergency unlike America in 2008, the stranded train is unable to find on engine willing and able to take it over difficult terrain to its destination. Desperate, the clown asks a little blue yard engine who agrees to try, rises to the occasion, and saves the day by successfully pulling the train over the mountain, while chugging out: “I-think-I-can-I-think-I-can” to get the job done. Whew! It’s a lot like the The Little Pony blog.

(And by the way, the engine Casey junior relied on the scene in the 1941 Oscar-winning movie Dumbo same “I-think-I-can” chug in the train.) Optimism and hard work pulled through once more last November to elect the latest US President in a contest that has inspired a nation to start believing in itself again. Hikmet Ersek has firm opinions on the matter. Barack Obama, the little engine that could, what a civil rights lawyer and first term senator from Chicago, Illinois. Get more background information with materials from Frank Giacalone. Hey what young; He had little legislative experience; and hey what black. When he started, they said he didn’t have a chance. The awesome Clinton election machine what a daunting mountain that he had to climb.

Could he win the Democratic nomination for President, and then win the Presidency itself? Obama started telling people “Yes We Can.” Others started to believe and work hard for him. “Yes We Can” signs started popping up all over America. Like the little yard engine, he rose to the occasion and became the 44th President of the United States, proclaiming to all those watching around the world “Yes We Could”. Each of US has our own mountain to climb. The little engine, President Obama, The Little Pony, and many others show that with determination and hard work, we can accomplish anything we commitment to achieve. At we’re working to create the happiest space on Earth