Live & Learn
Source: Via New England Journal of Education (1878). Thank you Rob @ The Hammock Papers
Reblogged this on Bright, shiny objects! and commented:
Good advice from practical New Englanders…
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Thanks for sharing Todd. I tried to find the owner, but owner found the source (New England Journal of Education going way back to the 1800’s)
Isn’t it though?!? Hit me right there too Wendell…
There’s usually a way to see the good side! Thank you David. Love this!
Smiling. Yes. Me too Peg. Thanks.
So long as they don’t pass a pleasant fart…and you are sharing the blanket oh too short and small.
Hard to disagree with that Freddie! 🙂
excellent. those who make the changes they need and adapt will survive.
Crazy – I was about to click off WP and this appears in my reader. I was just having one of my biweekly massages, and I always kick the sheets free from my feet. Which precipitated a conversation about how cold it has been lately, and that I’ve got to wear a sweatshirt to bed, because I don’t like my shoulders covered either. Hmmmm …so I wonder what this says about my approach to life? HaH!!
There’s always a way. Great reminder 🙏🏻
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I just love this! And yes, delight in the thought that I’m 4’11”..😉 Just kidding – everyone’s blanket is proportional.
Is it proportional? And here I thought most blankets were standard. 😀
Love this! It’s all in how ya look at things…😉
We’ve had -15 C here last night. I was sleeping with socks. Sometimes drawing up your feet is not enough; you need helpers. I think so is life.
Smiling. Helpers are important. 🙂
Stubbornness makes for cold feet. The amenable will find comfort.
Yes. Just tuck in a wee bit and there’s comfort and joy.
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