Amen to that, Suz! Fun one for the day! Hope you have a great week!Sylvia
Isn't that the truth.Scary thought sometimes driving at night alone and you have to go potty. Good thing I have a good bladder.Nice Steven King twist.
"Be careful, the road and the exits you take, they may just become your life." I can't help but think about another wise word-to-the-wiser who also gave great direction: "Exit, stage left!" <-- SNAGGLEPUSS! Heavens to Murgatroid, I'm outta here! (Stage left, of course!) LOL! (P.S. Great Microfiction! Thanks!)
Now this is profound, Suz. I love it. Can I steal it for one of my favorite quotes--with all due attribution, of course?Have a great week.
Not me I'm on the Motorway to fame...what you mean hold ups? Mine is a homage to On the Waterfront this week and is here.
That is SO true!
What a different take on the picture, Suz. And so true.
Too true -- one could spend one's life at a resort with a pool. Actually, this is not such a bad road after all....
Something for me to ponder today. Nice.
dear Michael G-G...go right ahead
A sober warning for all, and it's so true...a modern-day proverb.Very creative and clever caption, Suz!
Hi! I really love this one, too. It's so profound! Thanks for sharing such lovely thoughts with us!
I'm sure my real dog wouldn't mind taking this exit. :)
Does seem kinda ominous for such a grinning pooch. I think I hear banjo music. ;0
Words to live by, sometimes we learn, sometimes we don't.
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