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Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Sort of Wordless Wednesday





"To be nobody but yourself -in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you like everybody else- means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight, and never stop fighting." ~ E.E. Cummings

13 comments:

  1. Are you back or are you ghosting again in order to keep us amused?
    Wherever you are: have another ice-cream on me!

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  2. Great quote--I've never heard that one before. e.e. cummings is a good example of following his own advice, though.

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  3. Wordless Wednesday on your part. I like the quote too.

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  4. cool picture. i love the mailbox

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  5. Hi everyone,

    I did have another photo in mind but this one was so fascinating with the unique mailbox! I saw it on a walk the day I was working on Mostly WW. Our mailboxes in the south are a unique part of our yards! Is that true elsewhere?

    Glad to hear from you all!,

    Gail

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  6. I like the mailbox. Although I vaguely disapprove of painting rocks.

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  7. Mail boxes around here have mostly given up on being themselves. We have a mail slot in our door, which is a bit unique around here. It reminds me of "Thing" from the Adams Family when I see the mailman's hand as he pushes the mail through the slot.

    I don't think he much likes delivering our mail on days when my big black dog George is barking at his hand on the other side of the door. I suspect the mailman would prefer we had a generic mailbox instead of our more unique old-fashioned mail slot.

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  8. That mail box is much more interesting than the ones we have around here.

    Sorry I haven't visited much lately, but I've got so many projects up in the air right now it's crazy!

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  9. Hi Gail, Your post is an example of your own individuality. :-)

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  10. Tina,

    Thank you! It's hard to come back from a great beach vacation to see the garden dry from lack of rain!

    Gail

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Let us be grateful to people who make us happy;
they are the charming gardeners
who make our souls blossom.


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