Wednesday’s Words

Some people do Wordless Wednesday since I seem to prefer to go against the traffic I do Wednesday’s words. Here are today’s seven phrases, thoughts, ideas, to inspire, motivate, or simply entertain you. Some are mine, some are not. Enjoy

This first one reminds me of the saying, “He (or she) knows just enough to be dangerous.” Dangerous to who?

A little knowledge sunrise meme

This plaque was at a craft show. I liked it and had to have it.

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find your pupose blackboard meme

 

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changing our thoughts changes our actions

This one just made me laugh when I saw it, it reminded me of when my kids were teens, or anytime teenagers, especially teen boys, were in the vicinity.

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Also found this plaque in a store and took a picture. It’s a little dark, but it says,  “Be what God made you. You are Unique.”

Be original sign

There you have it, seven phrases to make you smile this week. Hope you enjoy them.

 

About Nita

Quilter, writer, speaker, mom and grandmom. I enjoy making quilts for my grandkids, and other children. I especially love hearing and sharing quilt stories with others, that's how the book came about and this blog will continue to share quilt stories and how God works with quilts to comfort and teach us.
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6 Responses to Wednesday’s Words

  1. lynhicks says:

    Love them all! Beautiful words and inspiring!

  2. One for each day of the week! Perfect!

  3. Martha DeMeo says:

    What great quotes and a great blog idea! I especially like the one about hanging on to yesterday’s pain increases tomorrow’s grief. After leaving abusive parents, my grandson was so messed up thinking it was his fault. After realizing otherwise, he is now walking down a new path and not looking back. Thanks for sharing them Nita!

  4. Jeanine Byers says:

    Lots of great wisdom there! Thanks for sharing them.

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