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Our skies this week have been either gray or blue with few if any clouds -- better than rain, but a bit dull, so I had to look back for a little sky drama. I'm still on a Mark Twain kick as I'm fascinated by his humor, his wisdom and the fact that most of what he says is as applicable to today as it was then! May you all have beautiful skies!
"A man has no business to be depressed by a disappointment, anyway; he ought to make up his mind to get even." — Mark Twain
"If you must be indiscreet, be discrete in your indiscretion." — Mark Twain
"Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities. Truth isn't." — Mark Twain
"The only truly prominent community that fundamentalists have so far established in any world, real or imaginary, is hell." — Mark Twain
"I became a newspaperman. I couldn't find honest employment." — Mark Twain
"It's better to stay silent and look a fool, rather than speak and remove all doubt."
— Mark Twain
"Life should begin with age and it's privileges and accumulations, and end with youth and it's capacity to splendidly enjoy such advantages." — Mark Twain