29 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. joylennick

    On reflection…(“During the war…”) Actually being at war and, mostly, evacuated became sort of normal and it’s amazing what one gets used to. We had a Police station quite near our house in Essex, UK where the Air Raid siren was housed – which made a hellofanoise – and long after peace was declared, we kept waiting for it to go off! Let’s hear it for peace! Cheers.

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  2. Murphy’s Law

    That’s the only way we can keep moving forward, by getting comfortable with what was once unfamiliar. It’s the way our world has always worked. So long as we don’t stagnate in our comfort zones we’ll be okay.
    Ginger

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  3. John Hric

    With social media and the news, both of which monikers should be replaced given their primary function is severely altered, being 24/7 change is now delivered by fire hose world wide instead of slowly working its way from one place to another. Perhaps it is why I picked up the latest book . Something about a one year hiatus in an electronic / electric free cabin in the woods. Now what possibly could make a soul want to do just that ?

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