Friday, April 19, 2013

Q is for

QUOTES!
And I didn't realise just how much I loved quotes until I walked around the house with my camera! So before you get blown over with photos, just a reminder that each year I pick a phrase/quote/word to help guide me through the year. This years is the first and the second should be my mantra!



Okay, ready for this. Now these are all around my house, and only downstairs, didn't even go upstairs! Looking at these all day help maintain my sanity! Which is just as well as today I've been to the docs to be stabbed - had breakfast with mum - applied for 2 jobs - created two business albums on Truprint - usual housework - have an client for an indian head massage booked - Ella's got a party - need I go on? No? Okay, enjoy the quotes instead!

8 comments:

  1. Suzanne, I love quotes, too! I am staring at one right in front of my computer right now that says, "Those who mind don't matter. Those who matter don't mind." by Dr. Seuss.
    Thank you for a lovely blog post.

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    1. Hi, thanks for visiting and liking the post :) And I love that one - actually I love Dr Seuss, I was always so pleased when they wanted one of his books as their bedtime story! x

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  2. I thought I was bad with quotes- but you've got me beat!
    I find them to be so inspiring and heart felt.

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    1. Hi Denys, that's exactly how I feel, sometimes they just give you that little lift that you need :) Thanks for stopping by x

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  3. I love the quote "Why wait for the storm to pass? Learn to dance in the rain." I need to practice that!

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    1. Hi Katie, it is a lovely quote isn't it, sometimes it's not so easy to practice though! x

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  4. I'm not a Christian mysef, so I don't believe in God or pray. But having faith and staying strong is very important, regardess of what that faith is.

    I love the one that says "Be yourself, everyone else is already taken" :)

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    1. Hi Linda, I absolutely agree, far more important to lead a good life than brag about going to Church every week but not living the life.

      I love that one - it's in the downstairs cloakroom! Makes everyone smile the first time they see it - and a good mantra for the kids x

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