Jane hopes, dear reader, that you had a delightful holiday, if you're in the U.S. And that you read all about our picnics and barbecues, if you are not. We did not manage to attend any parades, but we have many fond memories of parades gone by.
It's a weekend to reflect and pay respects...to all those who have given the ultimate gift of their lives, in order that the rest of us may live in freedom, wherever it is that we are, today.
With that in mind, Jane offers a few quotes to get your gray matter tingling:
From American writer, Marcelene Cox: " It's all right to say exactly what you think if you have learned to think exactly."
From writer and home organizer, Emilie Barnes: "Welcome home! That's what I want my life to say to everyone whose path crosses mine. I want to create an atomosphere of serenity and joy, blessing and belonging, that embraces people and draws them in -- that makes them feel loved and special and cared for."
And, from writer, Ursula K. LeGuin, "When action grows unprofitable, gather information; when information grows unprofitable, sleep."
What's not to like about that?