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hahahaha! I love it!
That's a great badge! This can help turn lemons into lemonade.
Love this too! Thanks for bringing a big smile to my face.
Awesome! I love that motto for the week!
I'm going to remember that!
Ha! Fantastic motto. :)
Awesome! I'll be thinking of this motto often.
I like it! 2 words that will make me smile when I say them next time I hit a bump in the road.
That is awesome... We're in the airport - suffering through a two-hour delay - and alllll I want to do is yell PLOT TWIST... but I'm sure I'll be tackled by some brutish TSA dude, so I'd better just whisper :)
Great Motto! Thanks for the visit.
Lynda - Isn't it great?Stephen - Lemonade is so much better than lemons. :)Natalie - You're very welcome.Jackie - Thanks.Alex - It's a good one.Christine - I think so too!Miranda - Haha, sounds good.Karen - Exactly!Mark - Haha! Perfect time to say it...except the blog is fresh out of bail money. :)Carolyn - You're welcome!
Boy have I had a lot of plot twists in my life lately!
Fantastic! And what a great motto!
Love that meme!
... I wonder if it works as well when someone tells me something I don't like ...That NYtimes article is nice - it's good that books are still appreciated even if you can't read them :)
I love that article! Can't read but loves to hear people tell him what the books were about.
Wow that's an amazing story. Thanks for sharing!
mshatch - All the good stories do. :) Hang in there!Cherie - That's what I thought!Tara - Thanks.Jamie - Yup, for me, the NYTimes article was such a poignant reminder of the simple power of books.Margo - I know! It makes me all kinds of happy to imagine people sharing those stories with this man.Misha - You're very welcome.
I did not see that coming! Haha. My life is full of plot twists...I guess I should be thankful that I'm being given so many things to write about. Great motto; great positive spin on things that are typically perceived to be negative. Us writers can use them to our advantage.