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But I'm talking about serious ones too. I have some I really like, but I'll have to look them up. What triggered this was in a siggy I just read and is an oldie,but SO very true and certainly applies to all of us:

Nothing worth while is ever easy.

What are some of yours???

PS..on a lighthearted note, I always like the simple, Live,Laugh, Love one. :) M.


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That's cute Kezz!!!! :)

I'd like to add another I forgot..I printed it on golf tees once at work and never forgot it..even tho I've heard since it's a very old one, I'd never heard it before at that time:

The only constant is change. :) M.


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It's so long since I've had sex, I've forgotten who ties up whom :innocent:

I'm such a good lover because I practice a lot on my own vibrator5ni.gif

My favorite though is from Mae West

When I'm good I'm very, very good but when I'm bad I'm better :innocent:

The saddest one

A terrible thing happened to me last night again - Nothing :crying:


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My favorite is in my signature...

To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world. (L)

That is a special one for Moms on Mother's Day (F)


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Finally getting around to N-400... Filed under 5 years of PR status

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6-07-2010: Received letter for biometrics

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Oh Ace, yes..I LOVE that one...

Lorelle, how did I KNOW you would be the first one to come up with THOSE type of ones??? :lol: very, very cute btw. heh heh. M.


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As Scarlett is sitting on the stairs, blinking back tears from Rhett walking out on her she says this classic line:

"......After all, tomorrow is another day!"

Kinda how I try to look at things :) Oh Ace....I loooooove that quote...it is so true of my Joel...he IS my world. :luv:

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Yesterday is history

Tomorrow is a mystery

Today is a gift

-Eleanor Roosevelt. ( I think)


Liefde is een bloem zo teer dat hij knakt bij de minste aanraking en zo sterk dat niets zijn groei in de weg staat

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Take a large, almost round, rotating sphere about 8000 miles in diameter, surround it with a murky, viscous atmosphere of gases mixed with water vapor, tilt its axis so it wobbles back and forth with respect to a source of heat and light, freeze it at both ends and roast it in the middle, cover most of its surface with liquid that constantly feeds vapor into the atmosphere as the sphere tosses billions of gallons up and down to the rhythmic pulling of a captive satellite and the sun. Then try to predict the conditions of that atmosphere over a small area within a 5 mile radius for a period of one to five days in advance!

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ohhh that's good too..(all of em!) but that last one reminds me of what I wrote in my yearbook

Tomorrow may not come to be,

Yesterday's already past;

Our only hope is to live each day

As if it were our last. :)


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Control! Control...You MUST learn control!..... Yoda.

Cheesey, I know, but that line cracks me up everytime I watch Return of the Jedi!

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Liefde is een bloem zo teer dat hij knakt bij de minste aanraking en zo sterk dat niets zijn groei in de weg staat

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IK HOU VAN JOU, MARK

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Take a large, almost round, rotating sphere about 8000 miles in diameter, surround it with a murky, viscous atmosphere of gases mixed with water vapor, tilt its axis so it wobbles back and forth with respect to a source of heat and light, freeze it at both ends and roast it in the middle, cover most of its surface with liquid that constantly feeds vapor into the atmosphere as the sphere tosses billions of gallons up and down to the rhythmic pulling of a captive satellite and the sun. Then try to predict the conditions of that atmosphere over a small area within a 5 mile radius for a period of one to five days in advance!

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How about....

May the best of your past be the worst of your future


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2011 April 1 - Arrived in Texas at 10:21 am

2011 April 1 - NOA (rec'd via snail mail April 8)

2011 April 7 - Cheque cashed

2011 May 5 - Biometrics (letter rec'd via snail mail April 15)

2011 May 9 - Placed in line for interview scheduling

2011 June 13 - Rec'd yellow letter (no change in status online)

2011 June 23 - Rec'd text that my case has been scheduled for interview

2011 August 1 - Interview (rec'd via snail mail June 27) PASSED

2011 August 3 - Rec'd email that my case has been scheduled for Oath

2011 September 1 - Oath ceremony (rec'd snail mail Aug 5)

2011 September 1 - All done, yeah.

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Was that YOU Lisa...or Oscar Wilde??? :lol:;)

hahahah

I cannot believe you're up!

Meanwhile, I missed the festivities.

Tmma....I always like the

Do or not do there is no try (or whatever he says) from Yoda

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“Size matters not, ... Look at me. Judge me by size, do you?”....LMAO! Yoda


Liefde is een bloem zo teer dat hij knakt bij de minste aanraking en zo sterk dat niets zijn groei in de weg staat

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IK HOU VAN JOU, MARK

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Take a large, almost round, rotating sphere about 8000 miles in diameter, surround it with a murky, viscous atmosphere of gases mixed with water vapor, tilt its axis so it wobbles back and forth with respect to a source of heat and light, freeze it at both ends and roast it in the middle, cover most of its surface with liquid that constantly feeds vapor into the atmosphere as the sphere tosses billions of gallons up and down to the rhythmic pulling of a captive satellite and the sun. Then try to predict the conditions of that atmosphere over a small area within a 5 mile radius for a period of one to five days in advance!

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