Tuesday’s Thoughts!

Happy Quote Day! Did you wake up this morning feeling bright eyed and bushy tailed? My computer apparently didn’t like “waking up” this morning for it was locking up on me, but all seems to be well now thankfully. It just took a little time. Some people can be ready for the day as soon as their feet hit the floor, others need to stumble around a bit first. Yes, the latter one may be me, but I am fully awake now, well at least I think so.Β  Wishing you all a wonderful day, keep your eyes open, for you never know what may be lying around the corner. And you need your eyes open so that you can read these quotes. Enjoy!

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26 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Thoughts!

  1. Excellent thoughts on this Tuesday! Although, number 5 sounds quite familiar to me today and therefore earns the gold star of quotes! Saint Jerome, as many may know, translated most of the Bible into Latin during the late 300’s to the early 400’s, that became the standard Bible text for the Roman Catholic Church until about 1979. I love this quote that is attributed to him : “Good, better, best. Never let it rest. ‘Til your good is better and your better is best.” Thank-you!

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