Possible Bliss

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A good quote to keep in mind for Monday bliss:

“When nothing is sure, everything is possible.” ~ Margaret Drabble

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  1. Great quote.

  2. Nice.

  3. I second that 🙂

    Choc Chip Uru

  4. Perfect way to start the week.

  5. Wow! You managed to use “Monday” and “bliss” in the same sentence.

  6. Very apt and true lovely quote..I have one for you…hope you like..
    ‘It is hard to pretend, genuine is constant’ Gerry A’ 😉

  7. Or as Willy Wonka said, “never ever doubt what no one else is sure about.” 😉

  8. I like that Monday quote. it offers the bliss of endless possibilities and hope.

  9. Well said 😉

  10. Well, nothing is sure in my world. I guess I have that going for me. 🙂

    • sometimes things we know for sure are the least sure

      • Hmmm… profound 🙂

      • are you laughing at me? it is okay if you are……

      • No, I’m laughing at me. My little pea brain is ricochetting back and forth like a pin ball machine with your last comment. My comment is code for , ” I’m a dope.” haha!

      • do not insult my friend like that– she is no dope though I am one for the obvious

  11. I was just with a group of women who commented that nothing is sure. Wish I had read this before…

    • then you could have given them some hope

      • As it is…we ended more on the side of hopeless. Oh, well. There’s always tomorrow.

      • not a good place to land, though I have been there

  12. Ms. Drabble is very wise.

  13. Well said! Fits many aspects of life, doesn’t it? Certainly fits mine at the moment!

  14. One of my favorite quotes! 🙂

  15. Very nice!

  16. lots of wiggle room with this one.

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