Wisdom as told from our elders.
We should all keep a list of sayings from our elders. Quite possibly lessons to live by. Many of these are from my husband's grandfather.
- •If you can't get out of your own way, one of you needs to stand still
- •You're about as aggravating as a loose broom handle
- •If there's a doubt in your mind, it's there for a reason
- •When you dig a hole for yourself, you create a hill. It's up to you where you stand
- •You ain't got to be a big man, just be a good man
- •That's dryer than a popcorn fart
- •Grandson: "How old are you when you quit worrying about women?" Papa: "you better find somebody older than me boy!"
- •Always listen to an old man's story. You'll probably learn something you won't learn from a book
- •If you can't fix it, tear it down and paint it white
- •Live according to your billfold. When it's flat, lay low.
- •When you're running hard on your journey remember to walk the last mile.