He was a smart man.
So true. Irritants in the shoes can get your whole attention. Many, many moons ago I completed a 50-mile hike with my old scout troop in tennis shoes. I was the second "adult". (Home from college two days then off on a really long hike.)The boots I wore the first day caused blisters the size of quarters. One popped mid-day the second day. My feet had my attention for the rest of the week.
Good one. :)
A dandy photograph and a great line from Robert Service. He's one of my faves.Thanks for sharing.
Very true! And that ONE grain of sand can truly be a pain!
There is my workplace right there. Always loved Mr. Service. Thanks.
Discovered Robert W. Service not all that long ago (did I mention I'm not a really big fan of poetry? Ironic, actually...). Love his stuff!
While it might seem sage, the notions in my heart tell me no. Right or wrong, wise or no, I must tilt at the winds. Even the little ones.
Got THAT right...gfa
My gosh....ain't that the truth!BobIII
AMEN! I deal with this every day with someone who constantly wants to argue. Unless it is of grave importance that I present or defend a position, I don't engage. It is the only way to keep sanity and happiness. ;)
I'm going to have to steal quote that for my fb page...
Dorothy Parker phrased it "It's not the tragedies that kill us but the messes."She also said you can lead a horticulture but you can't make her think.And "What fresh hell is this?"Peace
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