3.2.1 Quote Me!

Thanks Laura for the nom.  Look at me being all cas as in casual 🙂  Using nom for nominated.  Maybe should have used tagged.

Any Who.  Thanks again because I NEED this right now.  Fun distraction for the day.

Am I the bomb diggity or what?

Or what you say!  I’ll take it.

3.2.1 Quote Me! was created by Rory at A Guy Called Bloke & K9 Doodlepip

Rory is the bomb diggity.  No or what is needed.

Here are the rules:

Thank the Selector – Done
Post 2 quotes for the dedicated Topic of the Day. – See Below
Select 3 bloggers to take part in ‘3.2.1 Quote Me!’ – See Below

Topic For Today: Age – Age, Ageing, Aged.

“The longer I live the more beautiful life becomes.”  ~ Frank Lloyd Wright

“It annoys me when people say, ‘Even if you’re old, you can be young at heart!’ Hiding inside this well-meaning phrase is a deep cultural assumption that old is bad and young is good. What’s wrong with being old at heart, I’d like to know? Wouldn’t you like to be loved by people whose hearts have practiced loving for a long time?”  ~Susan Moon

Now to tag three.  You fine folks are it:




If you opt not to join in, please tag someone else to replace you and see how far this will go.

As always, more to come.

#1linerWeds. 5/30/18

Dude, I never needed the monkey as much as I do right now.  Look at his sweet little face.  Peace, Love and Prayers.

I’ve been on my knees these last few days.  Trying to make sense of the nonsensical.  Trying to live life without worries and anxiety.  Not for the faint of heart.  But still I try.

Lots of wordless moments.  In between all the wonderful memories.  When people lose a loved one, they remember what a good, kind person.  In many cases, that’s simply not true.  People are flawed.  Revisionist history is used to get through the grief.  But every once in a while instead of tribute, there is truth.  That rare unique soul who touched so many.  Gone too soon but not forgotten.  I carry your example with me.

On the death of a friend, we should consider that the fates through confidence have devolved on us the task of a double living, that we have henceforth to fulfill the promise of our friend’s life also, in our own, to the world.

Henry David Thoreau

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