To Quote a Quote. . .

 

 

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During a cleanup of computer folders, I came across this quote from Jeff Foxworthy and  laughed well and hard since it seems that we are halfway there.

You know you’re a redneck if your home has wheels and your car doesn’t.

Then, because reading quotes is way more interesting that clearing out folders, I went off track and found a few (many) more and had a great old time.

 

The smaller the mind the greater the conceit ~ Aesop

 

When I works—I works hard, when I sits—I sits loose, and when I thinks—I falls asleep. ~ Anonymous

 

If only. Those must be the saddest words in the world ~ Mercedes Lackey

 

After the game, the King and the pawn go into the same box. ~ Italian proverb

 

Parents wonder why the streams are bitter when they themselves have poisoned the fountain ~ John Locke

 

Fiction is the truth inside the lie ~ Stephen King

 

The most complicated task today is finding a way to live a simple life ~ A. Nance

 

There is no cure for birth and death—so enjoy the interval  ~  George Santayana

 

Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out alive anyway. ~ Elbert Hubbard

 

My last quote is the one I have on my March calendar page and it brings a smile to my face every time I read it. It helps that the weather has been so springy too:

When I opened my window this morning, spring kissed me BANG right in the face. ~ Langston Hughes

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4 Comments »

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  2. Karyn Said:

    Great Quotes AC! Love the spring one too but out here if I open my window …cold kisses me bang in my face with frozen nostrils!!

    Like


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