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Keep Calm and Carry On


Sound familiar? This slogan was initiated by the British government at the beginning of the Second World War as a way of raising British morale. Now the slogan is being used and reused by trendy designers and is seen everywhere, from ipod covers to screen savers.


So how does this phrase relate to FH Life? It's exactly how our Women's National Team is approaching the beginning of the Olympic Year. It would be easy to get caught up in the excitement of the Olympic spirit, rest on the laurels of the recent Pan Am win and London berth and lose sight of the goal: a podium finish on August 10, 2012. But the athletes on the Team are "Keeping Calm and Carrying On" with their day to day preparations for the biggest tournament of their lives. They are putting in countless hours on the field, in the training room, in the video room, in the weight room and even in the dining hall to make sure they are ready for the trip across the pond this summer.


How are you "Keeping Calm and Carrying On"? How are your off-season preparations coming along? Are you play- ing indoor this winter? Are you playing basketball? Whatever it is, we wish you the strength and fortitude to "Keep Calm and Carry On" during the off season and put in the work so that next season is your best ever. We can all feel the excitement and passion of the twenty-four women who are


patiently preparing for their dream to come true this summer. Whatever your dream is, "Keep Calm and Carry On", and it will come true. Happy Hockey.


Ashley Meunier FH Life Editor


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