Monday, April 27, 2009

Quote #132, My Thoughts and YOUR thoughts

I love Quotes. I love them because they make me think. What does the quoter mean? Why did he/she write this? Is there a message to get through to the reader/the world? What did YOU initially think when you read it?

Here goes blog quote #132....

"If you never did, you should. These things are fun, and fun is good."
-Dr. Seuss-

So, I got all excited about Dr. Seuss, and I had to find some of his words to the wise. Here is my interpretation of this quote.

Have you tried anything new lately? When I say new, I'm talking something you have never done before?

If not.. why not? Perhaps it's time to try something new. Stretch. Get out of your comfort zone.

You never know what you may be missing out on until you try something. Probably 80% of the time, your glad that you tried something new(anyone want to comment on my 80% guess?).

Live a little. As my friend Greg P says.. "Your dead a long , long time."

That's my view...... What Say You?


Annette said...

I love Dr. Suess & completely agree, which is why I'm working at an amusement park this summer. It's on my bucket list.

Anonymous said...

Try anything any time! Makes life more fun & adventureous!
I tried to look for diamonds on Carter of the Diamonds, AK on my 50th birthday 5 yrs ago! So much fun! Sorry... didn't find a diamond. 2 yrs ago I went to Frankin, NC to sluice for rubies & sapphires! I have a 16 carat, 11 & 8 carat rubies...I went last year too.
I am looking at going to Georgia to pan for gold next! And I'd like to buy a medal detector to look for lost treasures on the Florida coast!

Life is an exciting adventure... have fun & enjoy every day!


T.A. Smith said...


My that sounds like a job that is inviting.....How much fun, how exciting

T.A. Smith said...

Linda.. Way to go

Way to Live life.

I can honestly say...... I've never panned for gold any day.

When looking for rubies and other sure to bring the proper tools.

The best of luck to shine on you....
and a plethora of treasures and diamonds, too!

Good for you

Anonymous said...

A great reminder. I heard a report on NPR this morning on predictability:

This weekend, I am going to shake it up a bit.