I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
I miss you Sam!!

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Thoughts for the Evening



In the book of life, the answers aren't in the back. ~Charlie Brown

Whatever you are be a good one. ~Abraham Lincoln

13 comments:

Annelie said...

Wise words indeed!

magiceye said...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!
HAVE A SUPER DAY!!
AND A GREAT YEAR AHEAD!!

LD said...

I love that you included quotes side by side by Charlie Brown and Abraham Lincoln. Wonderful! Is it your birthday? If so may all your birthday dreams come true. PS I switched my ABC photo right after you left a comment (couldn't find my preferred C photo at first) but thank you!

Crystal Jigsaw said...

I am assuming it is your birthday; happy birthday to you. I enjoyed the quotes very much.

Best wishes, CJ xx

soulbrush said...

these days i think i come over more for the words than the images lol. happy week to you.

SandyCarlson said...

Very, very beautiful, Sylvia. Thanks for this cool image on a warm day. Just the tonic!

Lara Neusiedler said...

your birthday? happy birthday, then, and a lot of hugs!

lotusleaf said...

Your birthday! Happy birthday and a wonderful year ahead!

Naturedigital said...

Great thoughts again Sylvia.
Have a great day.
Costas

Thom said...

The answers are all over if you ask me. Just look at the beauty of your photo. :) Well done

Serline said...

Yet sometimes simple truths are the hardest to follow...

Janie said...

Leave it to Charlie Brown to come up with the simple truth. Too bad the Powers That Be didn't put the answers in the back. I would have skipped ahead and read them a long time ago.

Kay said...

I'm sorry I missed your birthday, Sylvia! I hope it was wonderful. I celebrated my birthday on Maui with my granddaughter and that was wonderful!

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