Words of Wisdom Wednesday.

Since I fancy myself a modern day confusious, *insert sarcastic laugh here*, I figured I would turn my Wednesdays into Words of Wisdom Wednesday.

 

Disclaimer:
*As far as I know, I'm the author of all the ones I mark myself the author of.  If I'm mistaken, please let me know and baby zombies will be allowed to feast on my slightly shrunken brain.

People that aren't gymnasts, that bend over backwards to help everyone, usually fall, which puts them in a prime position to get stepped on.  ~Me


♥  Get along or get away from each other ~ My Auntie and me.  We have a way of finishing each others sentences.  We were talking to our children the first time we said this and have been saying it ever since.


♥  Never play leapfrog with a unicorn.  ~I'm not sure who said this, but whoever it was, sure had a knack for the obvious.  Still, good words to live by.


♥  Don't get my daughter pregnant.  ~Me and every other mother and father of teenage girls, that have acquaintances that are teenage boys.  


♥  If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried.  ~Unknown, but I would like to thank the person that said it.  I live by this, often.


♥  If you could just agree with me, we'd both be right.  ~Me  I say this to everyone that disagrees with me.


♥  Why do today, what you can put of until tomorrow. ~Pelle Carlberg  Brilliant!  A procrastinators credo.


♥  Try everything at twice.  Once to see if you like, twice to be sure.  ~Me  *Unless of course you tried sky diving and failed miserably.   I wouldn't try that again.


♥  Get over it!  ~Everyone I've ever met.  It's really good advice that I wish more people would take.


♥  You can't change people, but you do have the power to change your role with them.  ~Me.  There's a lot of lessons learned with that  bit of wisdom.

Hope you enjoyed my first installment of Words of Wisdom Wednesday.  And oh yeah, here's a picture.

He's lucky he's cute or the dog hair would get really old right now.




Happy Humpday, 
Marisa

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