Greetings to you this miserable and somewhat cold after Thanksgiving Saturday. Let us hope that you are well and in good spirits this day and with family?
My grandmother, bless her heart, used to tell me as she was cleaning up the Thanksgiving table, “Hold on to your fork Donnie, the best is yet to come (desert).” It was one of those wonderful things that she said and did that I have kept in memory of her.
She is gone now, she went on to be with the Lord a long time ago, and although she has died and is no longer with us, I still think of her often.
So this week, I have hung onto the best until last, and today I thought I would share it with all of you.
I have been following a blog that I found interesting, it is entitled
“I didn’t see it coming and I don’t know when the process was finally complete. I shouldn’t be surprised. But here I am looking in the mirror, and there they are looking back at me. I don’t know why it scares us so much to look at our folks and say “that’ll be me some day”.”
Some time back I copped a link (following) and have been checking in from time to time to see what the offering might be. I must admit, I am seldom (if ever) disappointed. Here is a sampling for you.
Not Quite Quotes from I’ve Become My Parents:
If you love somebody, set them free. If they return, you probably owe them money.
Do not dwell in the past…unless the present really sucks.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It’s just that some beholders have better taste than others.
Winning isn’t everything, it’s the only thing.Unless you prefer to stay married.
Honesty is the best policy. Unless you prefer to stay married.
Love means never having to say you’re sorry. Unless you prefer to stay married.
He who fails to plan, plans to marry someone who’s a better planner.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice and I’ll slash your tires.
You snooze, you lose. But you’ll be well-rested so there’s that.
To err is human. To admit it is divine.
People who live in glass houses should not throw my grandmother’s fruitcake.
Time waits for no man. Except my son, over whom time has no control whatsoever.
Life is a give and take. I’ll give you my opinion and you’ll take it without question. ‘Kay?
Tis better to give than to receive fruitcake.
A rose by any other name still makes me sneeze.
Success is to be measured not so much by the position one has reached in life as by the obstacles he has put in front of his competition.
You can have my grandma’s fruitcake and eat it too. It’ll be at least a month before it’s digested.
People with kidney stones should not run in glass houses.
He who laughs last is probably alone because he’s so obnoxious that everyone else has left.
Be the change you want to see in the world. Unless the change has to do with diapers because that would be weird.
To each his own. Unless it’s chocolate, then you share with me.
Birds of a feather are pretty much the only kind of birds.
Don’t count your chickens before you decide what to have for breakfast.
Life is like a box of chocolates: there are always too many nuts.
Hey Early Bird, you can have the worm, just don’t wake me on your way out the door.
My personal favorite: When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Unless your lemons are metaphorical; then you’re screwed. Sorry.
Might add one to the list: Friends don’t give friends fruitcakes.
If you have a little time on your plate today and you are still not full … trot over to I’ve Become My Parents for a taste of some good stuff. Make a visit today to this wordpress site … You won’t be disappointed.