Saturday, September 1, 2012

Lessons from the Funny Farm


Things we can learn from critters...






Sometimes we should make an effort to fit in...






Find friends of like mind...





 beware of wolves in sheep's clothing...




Don't discount the value of therapy...





Sleeplessness can often be remedied by counting sheep...






Go where you feel accepted...




Be kind to door to door salesmen





Try not to bore others with too many details...





Hiding from your fears won't make them go away...





Don't let rejection by others define you, to be an individual you don't have to follow the crowd...





Remember that you just can't please some people...




Don't be afraid to climb higher to reach for your dreams...





Choose good role models...






Don't be afraid to apologize when you are wrong...







Be content with what you have...




Don't judge someone by how they look




Have compassion for others, even if they are different than you



Color doesn't count, but character does







13 comments:

  1. Wonderful photos and thought provoking quotes. Thank you for the sweet post.

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  2. Oh my gosh, these are just GREAT!! Love, love the dog with all the little lambs! :)

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  3. Beautiful post, as usual. You brightened up my morning. Thank you.
    ~~Lori

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  4. Udderly marvelous!

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  5. Thanks. I love listening to the wisdom of animals :)

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  6. Guess who? That's a cute essay and I'm not even embarrassed although I only use cute to designate girls and I still haven't found one I can designate that. No, all the senoritas were just girls, that's all...nice but? You sound good. Nice to see your spirits are high. We are not all home yet but I am. Football calls...not school. I'm already have a lot of practice to catch up on but go to class on Tuesday. (pitiful but manly groan) Adios...Xboi

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  7. Sorry to hear school is back in session! I have to laugh, everytime I see pitiful and manly in the same sentence. Randy is able to pull that off like a master, he is almost as pitiful as Puss in Boots on Shrek. Good luck at practice! I've heard it could make you perfect...I guess it just matters what you are practicing. Good to see you Ecksbouy.

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  8. Well written! Thanks for the smile. :) Staci, Stubborn Hill Farm

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  9. Wonderful way to begin my day! I loved the lambs cuddling up to the big dog! The dog looked like he was not sure about all that! This was a wonderful beginning to my day!

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  10. Somehow I missed this post. Must have been away, with my grandchildren.
    This is wise and wonderful. Animals are always the best examples.
    A charming post.

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  11. This brought a smile to my face.....we can learn so much from our critters! Thank you for posting!

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  12. Oh, the things we can learn from animals. I could not live without them.
    Wonderful post...

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