Wednesday, November 18, 2009

The Sayings Mean Nothing

The people who told you that the early bird catches the worm are also the same people who'll tell you later, after you've eaten a worm, that only fools rush in where angels fear to tread.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

The early bird might get the worm but the second mouse gets the cheese.

Nouri_E said...

Don't sweat the small stuff, sweetheart.

jozipie said...

the early worm gets eaten by the bird :P

Miss B said...

*quiet laughter* And to that, as a child, I always replied "Well, why would I want a worm, anyway???"

Perhaps that explains my to-this-day chronic lateness...?

Nitin said...

but then this world was shaped and changed by the same fools who dared to rush into things where all the angels only chose to stand and stare in awe.

Chop Logik said...

Accept all packaged wisdom gifted to you with humility & grace, quietly place it in the trashbin once you're alone, then go out and change the world.

hubbafornow said...

I've thought of that before.

yours truly said...

Life isn't about being early or late; it's about knowing, trusting, that everything will happen how and when it is meant to.

ccmm said...

Wow..

shara said...

um maybe its just my comp but did you not post for the 17th?

Doomed But Cheerful! said...

And 'it takes many a mickle tae mak a muckle.' If I ever hear that again, I will get them committed to a mental asylum!

lsy said...

people tell you what to do.. people tell you what not to do.
in the end, it all boils down to what you want and have to do..

Anonymous said...

I know this, I know, I tel everyone who will listen, but they never believe.