Tuesday’s Thoughts!

Rain is in the forecast today and strong winds, but yesterday was beautiful. We walked for about an hour outside. No wind, beautiful blue sky and warm temps. We chatted and laughed about the little things from long ago. Its amazing the things kids can remember when they were so young. I sometimes find out things that I never knew before when my kids get to chatting about memories. I apparently am to “blame” for telling my children when they were little that Unicorns were real ! My one insists that it was more upsetting to find out that Unicorns really don’t exist then it was about Santa Clause! There goes my “Mother of the Year” award. I had no words as I just looked at them and shook my head. I really didn’t remember conversations about Unicorns. Glad to say that all is well now, they have fully recovered, they were just letting me know. Children! You gotta love them!

Hope that brought a smile to your day and that the following quotes will keep you smiling! Have a great day!


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31 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Thoughts!

    • I figured you would have something to say about the Unicorns. I did try to tell them about their existence but then they just looked at me like I was crazy. A look that I rarely get of course. πŸ™‚

      Oh do let me know please how many grains of rice you count, but I am not sure that your abacus goes that high. πŸ˜ƒ


  1. I found that:
    A. Men cannot read a woman’s mind, but women seem to believe that men can.
    B. Women cannot read a man’s mind, but often seem to believe they can.

    Men don’t understand women in the least and we fully acknowledge that. Women don’t understand men in the least and are in denial about that.

    I should probably duck out of here now.

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  2. Wonderful Thought’s for a Tuesday evening! Definitely #2 today! But…it is the mention of Unicorns that captured my attention. My eldest Daughter has loved the creature since receiving the first of a long line of stuffed unicorn when just a wee bit of a girl. An adoration that has stood the test of time in the form of jewelry, porcelain figurines, stuffed toys, T-shirts, books and wall plaques…to name but a few of what has been collected. Amongst the shelf of books by Peter S. Beagle is her most favorite of all : “The Last Unicorn” published in 1968, years before she was even born. I had to go to her room to copy down a quote or three from the numerous wall plaques for you. “A unicorn is just a horse with a point of view.” – Ron Sexsmith. “Be a Unicorn – You too need to believe in yourself.” – Unknown. And the one that I gave her in 2015 : “Make your life story so amazing that unicorns have to believe in you.” – Karen Salmansohn. I recall one time when she was in elementary school and the elder brother announced that unicorns only existed in mythology. She was nonplussed at first, mayhaps more by the word “mythology” than the revelation that unicorns do not really exist. After a bit of pondering she smiled at him and said that “unicorns are like faith, you can’t see either but they still are real.”…a story that she loves to tell! It was gratifying to know that the money spent on Parochial School was not being wasted, though it is dubious that the Nuns would have agreed! Thank-you!

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    • Hi Ellen! Love the Unicorn quotes ,especially the one you gave in 2015. But even more I love what your daughter told your son! Ahh! The faith of a child! πŸ™‚ Yes, be proud! Love and hugs!


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