Quote Of The Day

We at HouseLifeToday thought you might enjoy a daily quote from a variety of people throughout history. Every day in this post, we will display new quotes for your enjoyment.

As an actor, I'm familiar with having bursts of energy, where you're giving things a try, and then you have down time.
~ Iain Glen

The importance and influence of books on me has been cumulative: the result of hearing and reading lots of stories about interesting people and places.
~ Louise Brown

I actually feel I'm in a much better place than I've ever been because I'm thankful people still love the songs that I've written, and they seem to like me. And they come to the shows in droves, and they get all excited, and I can still hit all the notes, and I don't look terrible.
~ Don McLean

I know I will leave my work unfinished. I just hope I planted enough seeds in my children and grandchildren that they will continue.
~ David Robinson

As a kid, I was mischievous, necessarily, but I always wanted to do adventurous stuff.
~ Tyler Blackburn

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2 thoughts on “Quote Of The Day”

  1. Elizabeth Hurlbut

    I believe your quote about the little buggers should be “illegitimi non carborundum” (Latin).

    “Don’t let the bastards get (or grind) you down.

    It’s my favorite.

    1. That’s the actual quote : “illegitimi non carborundum” (Latin).
      “Don’t let the bastards grind you down”
      There is a recording by the Toasters by the same title.
      I was given a placard of this quote in 1989 that I hung on my wall in my office until I retired in 2015. It was truly words to live by!

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