Bessie-isms and Quotable for October 6, 2017


*There is little you can do to improve the mood of another who wishes to be miserable, and even less that can be done to make someone love you who is disinclined.

*One of the tragedies of adulthood is discovering that the toys you threw away are now valuable as collectables.


Enemies publish themselves. They declare war. The friend never declares his love.

Henry David Thoreau

Bessie-isms and Quotable for October 5, 2017


*Some great loves start slowly as a small liking between friends. Other times the least touch starts a consuming conflagration that burns with the heat of the sun.

*Strive to avoid being late. Being late, especially when meeting another suggests you don’t value their time, or respect them.


How much have cost us the evils that never happened!

Thomas Jefferson

Bessie-isms and Quotable for October 2, 2017


*”Clean your plate – children are starving in China” may be the single biggest contributor to obesity. Don’t keep eating when you are no longer hungry.

*The sun seems to warm us on even the coldest of days. Overcast, cloudy days just seem colder.


Don’t carry a grudge. While you’re carrying the grudge, the other guy is out dancing.

Buddy Hackett