29 thoughts on “Daily Quip

  1. joylennick

    We have to learn to shrug and say “Well, it’s in the past and we can’t change the past…” (But it still stung when someone I trusted conned me out of a thousand pounds…(I put it down to life experience…) Hey ho.

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  2. Murphy’s Law

    Many adults go overboard so their children never know disappointment. They are not doing them any favor, they’re doing harm.

    If we’re never disappointed, how could we ever appreciate the joy of achievement?

    As for adults, many of us have become conditioned to “our way or the highway” mentality.

    We need to grow up so our kids can!
    Ginger

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      1. Dale

        Oh, I often agree with you! I just don’t always say it 😉

        As for relaxing – not gonna happen. It’s the last effort to remove everything from my main floor into the basement, move my son into his new apartment and ready for the demolition/renovation. Nuts, I tell you, Nuts!

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