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Sounds Like Life to Me

This is a small collection of life lessons - well the ones that I could remember today. There are a lot of others in the file, the problem is getting them out.

- Even idiots think they are above average drivers.

- It sucks when you are in an argument and realize that you are wrong.

- Sarcasm is most useful when followed by a smiley. :)

- Folding fitted sheets is better left to professionals.

- Pretending to understand seems sufficient with most people.

- Forgetting is easier after however old you were 10 years ago.

- If you always put your keys in your left front pocket, when you lose them, first ask your spouse.

- I wish Google Maps had an option for avoiding bad neighborhoods.

- Never do anything you don't want to explain to the paramedics.

- The easiest way to find something lost around the house is to buy a replacement.

- Learning cursive writing was a waste of time and I would like my grades changed to Pass now that it is optional.

- Bad decisions often make good stories.

- Never put off till tomorrow what you can avoid doing all together.

- We never really grow up. We just learn how to act in public.

- You will never find anybody with a compelling reason for observing Daylight Saving Time.

- You should not confuse your career with your life.
 
- Losing weight is easier when you are young, but most folks can't imagine being 20 years older or 20 pounds heavier in front of a plate of cookies.
 
- The currency of good relationships is time together.

- No matter what happens, somebody will find a way to take it way too seriously.

- Success is life is measured by not dying.
 
Tell us about something that you have learned from life. 

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3 comments:

farmboyphotography wrote 2 months ago:
Some real gems there! I relate to or need to emulate a couple in particular.

- The currency of good relationships is time together.
- You should not confuse your career with your life.


Thanks for the humor and great insights. Best of luck!
babydee543 wrote 2 months ago:
"No matter what happens, somebody will find a way to take it way too seriously."

I'm going to get this one framed!

What I've learned from life? It's alright to pull the ripcord on something (or someone) that isn't adding any value to your life.
lorrainequiche59 wrote 2 months ago:
"A good marriage is made up of TWO good forgivers..."

At the same time, I did NOT learn this from personal experience, only after many years of being divorced that I saw it in a Watchtower magazine & thought, "Hmmmm, I like that idea, hmmmmm" Resentment kills a relationship, slowly but surely! Especially when alcoholism is involved.

AND there is one of your sayings I'd like to correct "Bad decisions make "REALLY" good stories" Unfortunately!! and I've often said (hate admitting this) at the end of a bad decision, "Well, if nothing else, THIS will make a really good story." LOL

Have a great day and really enjoy your blogs!

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