Tuesday, February 3, 2009

And not really one to this one either

Today I think I had a personality-altering blow to the head, because I spent the bulk of the day--get this--doing some of the things that are constantly in my head as Things I Should Be Doing. Weird, huh?

Anyway, to further go along with this theme of acting completely unlike myself, I'm also going to go to bed soon (it's just after 9pm here; maybe I didn't so much change my personality as age 50 years? Where's my Geritol?).

But before I grab my prune juice nightcap and go shake my fist at youngsters and their devil music as I toddle off to bed, I'm going to share with you my new favorite quotation:

"We do not suddenly become
what we do not cooperate
in becoming."

William J. Bennett

'night, you crazy kids. As my grandma used to always tell me on my way out the door, "Don't do anything I can't do on a bicycle!"


Anonymous said...

LOVE the quote! And the one from William J. Bennett is pretty darn good too!

Holly said...

I can't even move from point A to point B on a bicycle, let alone do anything else. So if I follow your grandma's advice, I'm going to be doing a whole lot of nothing...or a whole lot of crashing into garbage cans and parked cars.

Wendi said...

Speaking of old ladies, I just turned 37 today. And I would LOVE it if you girls would leave a comment on my blog. Here's the address, if you're interested:


Hope you got some good rest, Sara. :)

Anonymous said...

By the way, it took me until after high school to realize why my mom went through bottles and bottles of prune juice every week of her life. We thought she just liked it.