Saturday, October 5, 2013

Saturday Snapshot - 10/5/13

Saturday Snapshot is hosted by Melinda of West Metro Mommy.

It’s easy to participate – just post a picture that was taken by you, a friend, or a family member and add your link on Melinda’s site.
 
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How about this bumper sticker?
 
Isn't it funny?  :)
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28 comments:

  1. I used to work with a teacher who had that bumper sticker on her car. How true! Enjoy your weekend.

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  3. It is true when you think about it.

    THANKS for stopping, Rita. A teacher? LOL...maybe that is why it caught my eye. :)

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  4. My granddaughter used that motto on her high school graduation announcements. I have always loved it.

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  5. Absolutely true. Happy Saturday.

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  6. I think that this bumper sticker is right. Maybe we could extend it to men, too. Anne@My Head is Full of Books

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  7. Thanks for stopping everyone.

    I KNEW we would love it.

    Nah on the men. Let's keep it to ourselves. :)

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  8. I love that bumper sticker! So true as well.

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  9. I love it too, Vicki. :)

    THANKS for stopping by.

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  10. Isn't it great, rippleeffects?

    THANKS for stopping.

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  11. Funny and sad at the same time...good point, samstillreading.

    There are a lot of us behaved women who need to be recognized. :)

    THANKS for stopping.

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  12. I think so too, Leslie.

    THANKS for stopping by.

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  13. I have that sign hanging up in my office, just above my desk! Love it!

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  14. I had a professor (female) who used that as the signature file of her email. It's a quote by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. There's a great piece about it at the Quote Investigator: http://quoteinvestigator.com/2012/11/03/well-behaved-women/

    Joy's Book Blog

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  15. THANK YOU, Joy!!

    It is great to know where it came from.

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  16. Love it, Stacy.

    I guess we all should start misbehaving so we can make history. :)

    THANKS for stopping.

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  17. I love that quote! That's what I tell my husband!

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