Thursday, August 3, 2017

A bit of randomness


So, I didn't feel like reviewing The Rosary Girls by Richard Montanari, not because it wasn't good...because it was...but because I didn't feel like trying to sum up such a complicated suspense novel in two paragraphs. So I'll just say that I ended up liking it a lot, and plan on reading more of his books. And I highly recommend checking him out.

But that left me without a post for today.

So, I decided to throw together a few random bits that will hopefully make you smile like they did me.  Enjoy!






I feel like this sometimes!
Don't you?

Besides, who wouldn't trade a bunch of boring adult responsibilities for a beach like that!





I also like this "adulting" quote:








This one made me laugh.
Because haven't we all been there?








Or felt this way, too:






Hmm.  Seems I have a theme going here.



But just to keep this post as random as its title suggests, I'll end with something completely different, something even more random. It's a magnet I have on my refrigerator. And I really love it:









Isn't that great?

I'll get back to reviewing books in my next post.  Until then...
Happy Reading!

17 comments:

  1. Isn't it funny that when we were kids we longed for adulthood but now that we are adults, we wish we were kids again?! lol. That "adulting" quote made me laugh, too. :D

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    1. It's a good one! And you're right...I think I'd appreciate being a child much more if I could go back and do it again. :)

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  2. :) Funny quotes! The Dragonfly Advice is the best!

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    1. Don't you love it? When I saw that magnet I just had to buy it! :)

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  3. Yeah, often being an adult really stinks!

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  4. PS That dragonfly has the right idea, especially about "just winging it"

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    1. Right? I seem to do that more and more in my life...is that what adulting is? Winging it?

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  5. Love the quotes especially the magnet with the dragonfly. It's perfect.

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    1. Thanks! I couldn't resist posting some of my favs. :)

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  6. Hey, you took the dragonfly advice and winged your post! : )

    I hear you being grown up. It isn't all its cracked up to be sometimes.

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  7. I wish I could go back to being a kid again, maybe choosing new friends at school and finding a better job than I had!

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    1. Sometimes a do-over would be nice! I would have studied something different in college.

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  8. I always enjoy a good reed! As the youngest of six, I was always eager to be older. I'm at the age when I don't dream of the carefree days of youth, but rather yearn for the carefree days of retirement!

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    1. That does sound nice. But very far away. I dream of winning the lottery. :D

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  9. I'm amazed at how unadult I feel sometimes now that I'm an adult. :)

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