Food for thought

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I am learning not to feed them.

I prefer a menu filled with laughter.

18 thoughts on “Food for thought

  1. Nancy

    Never mind all this “Food For Thought”, Grannymar…

    Where is the real Monday recipe?

    I went out and bought Sultanas and Caster Sugar and all those other crazy ingredients you use and I warmed up my oven and all….

    I want my RECIPE!!!!!!

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  2. Grannymar Post author

    Gigi – Life is far too short for conflict.

    Nancy – My routine is out of kilter. One of these weeks I’ll sort myself out.

    Dianne – I have well paid my dues to stress over the years, now I choose to live without it.

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  3. Delirious

    Wow is this ever true! I know two people who spent years being angry at everyone and at the world. Both have now graduated from that part of their life.

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  4. The Old Fossil

    Yep, prezactly true. And I still know a few folk that I can piss off with just a couple of precisely placed words. I know one of them that it will only take one word.

    Can’t I feed ’em just once??? I promise to be good the rest of the year. Really.

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  5. Grannymar Post author

    Delores – The world is full of folk like that, although it is not always easy, the secret is to smile and move on.

    Fossie – For the reminder of that wonderful word ‘prezactly’, I;ll let you away with it…. just the once mind! Then behave! 😉

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  6. Grannymar Post author

    WWW – Yes, missus. I hear ya, my recipe button seems to be stuck on repeat these days.

    Judy – We need a laughter Club! 😉

    Nancy – Are you and WWW ganging up on me? For some reason enthusiasm soup is not working just now. 🙁

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  7. Maxi

    You could not have posted this quote at a better time, GM. I am going to forward it to someone who is in dire need of this advice.
    Blessings ~ Maxi

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  8. Grannymar Post author

    Tilly – Anyone can have an off day or week, but the non stop moaning-mini’s are not for me.

    Maxi – Glad to help.

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  9. Nick

    “The battle they’re fighting isn’t with you, it’s with themselves.” That’s often true, I think. And yes, it isn’t worth discussing anything because they just get more and more cantankerous.

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  10. Grannymar Post author

    Nick – If someone wants to make their own blood pressure boil, there is no reason for me to follow suit. I prefer a calm life.

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