Thanks to The Hobby Blogger ………
Got them Twosday supermarket blues
‘cause I always buy … to… two… too… much more than I can ever really use!
Got them ‘rainy-day-come-to-Jesus‘ supermarket blues ’cause it’s them ‘Really or is that O’Reilly’ I’d like, man, not to choose!
Got them depressing, destressing, undressing, “please stop messin’ with me'” supermarket blues. Yes! If I’d could just muchly-on-a-crutchly; like ‘God-Almighty-Holier-Than-Thou’ choose to lose ……
I got them down-and-out, over-the-counter, sailor-take-warnin‘, Damn-Its-Twosday-the-Day-Before-Whensday; “Killin’ Me Softly Where Are My Shoes?” supermarket blues!
Oh! If I could only discover, run-for-cover ‘R’ find a way not them to choose …… Yes! Them I’d really, really, really like to surely or is that ‘Shirley‘ Lose!!!? ……
Don’t spend your time mopping and worrying about things you’ve done in the past that cannot be changed.
This is a classic English proverb that warns people not to worry or be upset about things that have already happened or things that cannot be undone.
If someone says to you, don’t cry over spilt milk, you are likely to be moping about, racking your brain for ways you could have changed the outcome of your past actions!
You can’t change the past. So get off your sorry ass and keep on truckin’ down the road of life!
Start your day with a couple of Saturday quotes on a positive note. Saturday is a day when, hopefully, you get to do what you want to do. For most, it is a day off from the drudgery of work. Anticipating with maybe a sense enthusiasm and excitement what wiill happen this day.
Saturday – a day to sleep in past my normal waking hour. A day to relish, enjoy and celebrate the goodness that I have been blessed with ……
My Saturday morning attitude is a reflection of the rest of the week gone by. That’s why I always aim to end my week on a high note of accomplishment, a goal reached, or, a person encourage
A-holes of a feather
sometimes flock together! 🦅🦅🦅
Are you talking about me!?
This phrase is used here to refer to the many ways that bloggers who share the same worldview and politics will naturally find themselves together in a given situation. This phrase is an example of a “metaphore of personification,” where the literal meaning, referring to A-holes, is figuratively used to relate to some people. There is generally nothing negative or demeaning about the use of this phrase.
Are you kidding me!?
Where some other metaphors of personification can really be offensive to some bloggers.
No good (diver) goes anywhere without a porpoise!
Lewis Carroll loosely quoted
Wit and Wisdom for the Average Person:
(Even) my anxieties have anxieties!
Sometimes I lie awake at night and ask ‘Where have I gone wrong’, then a voice says to me ‘This is going to take more than one night!’
Don’t worry about the world coming to an end today. It’s already tomorrow in Australia.
I’ve developed a new philosophy. I only dread one day at a time.
The Wisdom of Charlie Brown