Tuesday, April 17, 2012

10 Sayings This Tuesday

Since Caroleknits is vacationing I've made up my own 10 on Tuesday today:

*Keep Calm and Take A Nap

*"Creation is a better means of self-expression than possession; it is through creating, not possessing, that life is revealed," - Vida Dutton Scudder

*The smallest Feline is a masterpiece" - Leonardo Da Vinci

*If you're on a plane and get horribly stuck on a pattern, you can always ask the captain to make the announcement, "Is there a knitter on board?
Tracy Ullman

*"Our Lady is not some magical being out there somewhere, like a fairy godmother. She's not the statue in the parlor. She's something inside of you. Do you understand what I am telling you?
"August said, From the Secret Life of Bees

*"So we have to come to understand that happiness is not only in our power to attain, but our DUTY to attain." The Monks of New Skete

*"You can get as much as you want out of knitting." Mel Clark

*The senior cat's favorite pastime is sleep."- unknown

*"Let's play two" Ernie Banks

*"Is it bothering the nurse or is it bothering the baby?" Dr. Thomas Gardner Neonatogist

(Don't forget to enter MajorKnitter's blogaversary contest. She has great prizes)


Nancy said...

Great quotes!

The Secret Life of Bees is an excellent book. I didn't want it to end.

gMarie said...

I especially love asking the pilot to ask if there is a knitter aboard!

My favorite - it's knitting, not world peace, but if enough people knit.....


SissySees said...

Very pretty yarn. Whatcha' makin'?

Kathy said...

What a cute idea..... might have to try something like that on my blog!

"We act as though comfort and luxury were the chief requirements of life, when all we need to make us really happy is something to be enthusiastic about."

Charles Kingsley

You always write such a lovely blog!

Katherine said...

I like "take a nap."

How about, "The two most powerful warriors are patience and time."

Grace said...

I love The Secret Life of Bees!!!! But Tracy Ullman can make you laugh even when you don't want too!

Dee said...

Good 10!

Mereknits said...

Priceless all of them,
Hugs to you,

MaryMargaret said...

I love that yarn, and Dr. Thomas Gardner sounds like a very smart man! Thanks for visiting my blog, and following along with the twins. I also work in the NICU (RT), so the possibilities are exceptionally scary!

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