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We bloggers like a good quote, don't we?

This group is for your favourite quotations, and i'm not just talking about things you read in Bartlett's. It could be an inspirational excerpt from an ancient text; a memorable line from a movie; advice an old school teacher gave that stuck with you. It can even be something you overheard at the bus stop this morning.

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If there were no tomorrow

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*If there were no tomorrow
I would tell you
That you are the greatest gift in my life
Whose love I cherish above all else
You sustain me with
Your laughter, love, and friendship
Before there was no knowing
I'd tell you I love you infinitely, without boundaries, and beyond time.*

D R Meyst

We like bug/butterfly on flower shots, and I like to think I've got better at this as time has gone on. Who was it who called it "Doing a Caine" the other day? Was it you Twigs?

Posted by Craft

15th Aug 2009, 16:19   | tags:,,,


Twiglet says:

Yep, was me!

In fact henceforth the white butterflies with a black spot shall be known by me for all eternity as The Caine Butterfly... : )

15th Aug 2009, 18:49

Craft says:

So shall it be...

15th Aug 2009, 20:46

Caine says:

Embarrassed here. Truly wonderful quote, Craft. Words that should always be in residence within us. Beautiful shot too. Faved.

15th Aug 2009, 22:16

Craft says:

Thanks Caine. I've had a harsh lesson about taking things for granted.

15th Aug 2009, 23:02

Caine says:

Ah. I've had those, more than once, which goes to show I don't always learn too well. Rough times, they are. xxx

16th Aug 2009, 00:26

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