Another Great Quote

Again, from BillMullinsTechBlog

“Man once surrendering his reason, has no remaining guard against absurdities the most monstrous, and like a ship without rudder, is the sport of every wind. With such persons, gullibility, which they call faith, takes the helm from the hand of reason, and the mind becomes a wreck”.

– Thomas Jefferson

Last night, the humidity finally broke, and it was kind of chilly in here. Gorgeous, gorgeous day today. Cool and clear and lovely. Of course, I could not sleep last night, so slept through a good part of today, but that’s my life. LOL

Had a good day yesterday. Doctor’s appointment to discuss things, then lunch at Bertucci’s, which was really, really good, and bought sneakers at Payless Shoes for tomorrow’s physical therapy. And there were cookies, made by my friend Tess. Yum.

Have not bought new shoes in so many years it’s not even funny. I never wear shoes inside, and since I don’t go out a lot, I don’t wear my shoes out in a hurry, and I am not a shoe-fashion follower. I’m not a fashion follower, period. If it’s comfortable, and I don’t feel like an idiot wearing it, AND it has pockets, I’m good to go. tumblr_n1semgn20w1s3ik60o3_500

2 thoughts on “Another Great Quote

    • Totally. Men get pockets, why don’t we? I refuse to carry a purse. I’d just leave it everywhere I went and have to go back for it, anyway. Pockets are so much easier, and you really have to decide what is absolutely necessary to take with you. I never really had to wear anything but jeans when I was growing up, til fifth grade, when I switched schools and the new one had a dress code. Stupid school. So I have always been used to having pockets, not purses.

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