Friday, April 1, 2016

Fools Who Have Wit

"There are no fools so troublesome as those who have wit."
~ Francois de La Rochefoucauld (1613 - 1680) ~

. . . and certainly LOST some things!

I know this card has appeared on my blog before, but guess what? I've forgotten where! Appropriately enough for April Fools Day, I have spent the entire day fooling myself, hour after hour searching, searching searching (unsuccessfully . . . grrrr) for an Anna Quindlen article, a John Masefield poem, a batch of family vacation photographs, some long forgotten Easter poems (something about a steeple against an April sky "and I grew small again"; and another one about hearing church bells and the voice of God). Will I ever remember where I have filed them?

And one more thing -- a great quotation about what a strange world this would be if there were no coincidences! Now, where did I read that or see it? And why can't I relocate it? I need that quote!

from CreakyJoints
Somehow this one reminds me of several
Bibliography & Research classes that I took in Graduate School.


P.S. Found it! "Another Monday"


  1. More losses:
    Teacup & teapot earrings
    Bicycle Key
    What next?