Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Old-Time Wisdom





 Hello, everyone!
The weather here in the Pacific Northwest has been absolutely gorgeous, although I hear the rains will be coming back soon.
 Fine by me, if it means a nice safe, comfortable summer with no forest fires or air so hot and dry your lungs burn. lol
I'm leaving for the East in a week, and I'm a jumble of emotions as the time grows nearer.
 Flying without an adult? (Yes, yes, my family is always pointing the fact that I AM an adult, but I surely don't feel like one. lol)
 But I'm going to be gone for a quite a while, guys! Will you survive without me?
*winks and laughs hysterically because I know you'd get along totally fine if I dropped off the edge of the earth*
 *Cough*.
Anyways, our post for today is little bits of wisdom from great people of yesterday, today, and forever. :)

This one just brings a smile to my face and makes me think
of summer here in the Northwest. <3 paradise


 





 


 















Well, I know it's short and sweet, but haven't the time or the inspiration for a nice, long, jabbery post. So sorry, folks.

                                                                                LaKaysha





11 comments:

  1. Two thumbs up. That quote about Beth just makes a shiver go up my spine, so true. God made all types of people for His glory!

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  2. Those are all great! I really liked the writing one by Louis L'Amour. That's SO true!!
    I love your posts no matter how long they are <3
    xx
    Sophy

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  3. "The trail is the thing, not the end of the trail. Travel too fast and you miss all you are traveling for."
    LOVE LOUIS L'AMOUR!!!!!!! <33333333

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  4. Enjoyed! YES I"M GONNA MISS YOU!! :D

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  5. Enjoyed this! And you will be flying with 3 adults and one almost adult!

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  6. Have always loved all these quotes!

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  7. Well, I hope you have a nice time away! And I really like the quotes by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. Thank you! :D
      Yes, she was a wiser woman than most people give her credit for. :)

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