3.2.1. Quoting Me And Hope

I’m am really behind on my posts and painting but I did need some me time. The luxury of being behind is the fact that you can forget things that need to be done. I call this a luxury simply because ‘I forgot’ will sometimes suffice and in others not so much. But this time I really did forget. I have a lot of goals that I’m working towards and sometimes the goals become bigger than me.

I was nominated to do the 3.2.1 Quote me challenge created by Rory, the blogger of A Guy Called Bloke. What this means for me, giving me a chance to continue doing what I love doing (writing) that incorporates quotes. Quotes are something that can get me through some dark times but also used in sarcastic warfare. Thank you, Rory, for reminding me what I need to do…keep writing and keep going. This is also a great topic for me to use some of my favorite quotes. Hope is something that is at the time, all I have and later learn that it’s all I needed in that situation and time.


Rules: 3.2.1 Quote Me!

  • Thank the Selector
  • Post 2 quotes for the dedicated Topic of the Day.
  • Select 3 bloggers to take part in ‘3.2.1 Quote Me!’

Topic For Today (my day of nomination): “Hope”

The two that I chose kind of reflects my comic book nerd-self with my southern soul. I had to study Batman in my film appreciation class so now I get to actively watch movies and catch more meaning than an average watcher. And Gone With The Wind…Hell, I grew up on that movie and can quote lines word for word. It’s a staple movie back home along with Steel Magnolias and a couple others.

The night is darkest just before the dawn. And I promise you, the dawn is coming. ~Harvey Dent-The Dark Knight

After all, tomorrow is another day. ~Scarlett-Gone With The Wind

My Nominees (trying not to repeat)

NIDA
Dee
Stuart

Happy Quoting everyone and have fun.

7 thoughts on “3.2.1. Quoting Me And Hope

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  1. The problem I find with being behind is that I will forget what has happened to me in the time not writing about whats going on. Then when I come to catch up, I worry I may miss something out, and what is important and what is not!
    I’m finding this blogging thing totally addictive and when I don’t blog I feel like I’ve missed something out of my daily routine and I may not sleep too well.
    Hey ho, its pretty much a first world problem really I shouldn’t worry.
    Keep on keeping on!

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    1. Yes! Blogging is addictive. For me it helps to get things out instead of bottling up. I try to form goals, semi-achieve them, and hopefully inspire or make people laugh along the way. I also find that on my bad days there is a wonderful community of support among fellow bloggers.

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