13 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. Murphy's Law

    It’s hard sometimes to say “no” to someone or something, but always incredibly rewarding when it turns out to have been the right decision!

    And if it was the wrong decision, then you’ve had a good learning experience. Win/win.
    🐾Ginger 🐾

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  2. Mark Lanesbury

    No…no…you mean no, as in no? Yeesh. That’s like saying no to chocolate, that shuddering, wobbly, sick feeling when you realise the loss and the terror of one tiny square of chocolate going south never to be heard from again. That will leave us in negative balance, lost forever. No, I won’t do it!….Um, this was a trick post wasn’t it? Am I on my new path yet? 😂 🤣

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  3. John Hric

    Know. I know that is not my path. I think my path leads this way. I wonder when no and know diverged in the primeval vocabulary. Sometime around the dinner table ? A two year old ? We should be grateful for the terrible twos.

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  4. Jill Dunbar

    How right you are, Pam… Great advice for young(er) folk!!

    Then again for we “older folk” too!

    Stay Well and Safe,

    Peace and love,

    ~ Jill ~

    “Peace begins with a Smile”

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