15 November 2012

Sage Advice I've Been Meaning to Share


 
"Sometimes, Gin, life leaves you without directions, without guideposts or signs. When this happens, you just have to pick a direction and run like hell." 
"That's how you win at life, Gin. You have to imagine your way through. Never say something can't be done. There's always a solution, even if it's weird."

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  1. Great quotes! I just loved those books! :)

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  2. Great quotes and so true about life :)

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  3. I've hated to admit that there is always an option. It may not be one that you like, but its still an option. Great quotes. I haven't read The Last Little Blue Envelope yet, but I need to.

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  4. Ahh! Love these quotes and I enjoyed both of these books too. I immediately put them in my classroom!

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  5. That is good advice. I need to read these!

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  6. Goodness but I need to read these! :)

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  7. "Sometimes...you just have to pick a direction and run like hell" - well said! Thanks for sharing. I've been meaning to pick up these books since I read and enjoyed The Name of the Star.

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    1. These were my first taste of MJ and I really liked them. :)

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  8. Something to keep in mind when at a loose end :)

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  9. Great quotes! I loved those two books!

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  10. I absolutely love those two quotes! So meaningful! <3

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  11. Great quotes! I need to give this series a try!

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  12. LOVE those! Especially the one about imagining your way through. The mind is a powerful thing:)

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  13. I love these books! And such great pieces of advice. :)

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  14. Great quotes...I have the second in thios set but need to pick up the 1st so I can start reading!

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    1. Oh do. This is one were the first is imperative before trying the second.

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  15. Amazing quote! (which reminds me I still have to read the second book!)

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  16. Ooh, I've never read these books, but I'm so adding it to my list for..next year I think.

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  17. Great advice! Run like hell! lol. ;)

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  18. Great advice! I love reading great quotes. I recently downloaded a free book of inspirational quotes on Amazon. For the bad days...it helps!

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  19. So true!!! "Pick a direction and run like hell"

    I think that should be on a bumper sticker or something!

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  20. I love those qoutes! I have the first book on my Kindle but I haven't read it yet.

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    1. Oh you must :) The next time you need a light escape.

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  21. Sage advice indeed! Especially liking the second...now if only I can keep it in mind! ^_^

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  22. Great advice. I think I'm most partial to the first one! "Run Like Hell....." lol.

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  23. Love these! Great advice. It's funny because when I was younger, I imagined it would be much easier than this. Life, that is.

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  24. I've been meaning to give these a try! I have the first one from when it was a Kindle freebie awhile back.

    Wendy @ The Midnight Garden

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  25. I did love these books, they were full of life advice (plus the whole plot revolved around getting out and living). Great quotes :)

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  26. Awesome advice! I especially like the 2nd quote. "there's always a solution, even if it's weird."!! I'm catching up on all the blogs I read. I'm a bit behind. I'm sorry for being so MIA.

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  27. That is really great advice! I need to read these books.
    Thank you Juju! :)

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