Thursday, June 2, 2011

What's your favorite quote? " "

I love quotes!  I read them in books, pick them out of magazines, look them up online, and even steal borrow them from my friends' Facebook posts.  I found one not long ago that really, really spoke to me.  It's my current favorite.

"Finish each day and be done with it.  You have done what you could.  Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in, forget them as soon as you can.  Tomorrow is a new day, you shall begin in well and serenely..."  Ralph Waldo Emerson

I am going to make something special with this quote on it for my home.  Just gotta find the perfect surface.

So, what's your favorite quote?  I always enjoy reading new ones.  

Leave your favorite in a comment below.  And yes, OF COURSE, your favorite can be a verse from the Bible.  I have my favorite Bible verses posted in various places all over my house.  I don't consider them quotes though; they are so much more to me than that.  They are part of my Life instruction manual.  I may do a separate post later on my favorite Bible verse.

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My grandmother AND my mother used to always say, "You catch more flies with honey." Words to live by!

And Kim, this is Amy (Harn) Foster... I've been stalking and enjoying your blog! :o) Keep up the good words!


So true Amy! If people would only realize that truth. And stalk away; I appreciate your kind words :)


Ok so I don't know why but I love these lyrics to a song we do with the kids at church.. It's not a "qoute" but its sort of the same idea.

"The snow is gently falling, the frosty window pane
Its there I write my name
And all the while your by our side ready to embrace us in the coldest places
It’s a beautiful life a beautiful life
It’s a beautiful life that we live
It’s a beautiful life a beautiful life
It’s a beautiful life that you give"
Phil Joel from the album Deliberate Kids 2


Such a great thought!

Mine is 'Love sought is good but given unsought is better' Twelfth Night, Shakespeare

Remind you of young marrieds chatter at Julie's house years ago?


I always use the tagline "Change the world one act of random kindness at a time."

I love that it is so true too.