Friday, February 24, 2012

The fortunes (in the cookies) (2)

Last week I found this little papers I've been saving God knows why or what for... the fortunes from the fortune cookies. This is the second part.

Peek-a-boo! All Pretty Things
Honour yourself and others will honour you too (unfortunately very few people are able to teach you this one!)

Hand that touch (sic!) this fortune shall have no more worry (I wish)

Speak softly and sweetly (OK, I got it the first time... and seriously, have you heard me talking? If go any softer I'll be quiet... or maybe this is the message? :))

How much deeper would the ocean be without sponges (huh?!)

Webster Falls, Dundas :: All Pretty Things
There are three ingredients in the good life: learning, earning, and yearning (hehe... )

To have peace is to increase fortune and longevity (errr... no... it is as simple as to tell your family you left to get groceries and instead lock yourself in the bathroom with a glass of wine and a book)

The calling that has sounded will not be the lasting call (if you say so...)

Autumn in the Dundas Valley :: All Pretty Things
Today your charm will have them singing like birds (maybe I should hop on twitter quickly?!)

An exciting opportunity lies ahead if you are not timid (I believe the opportunity lies regardless of my shyness... the ability of me grabbing it - well, that's another story)

My Zen sand frame :: All Pretty Things
Your greatest asset is not the quantity of your friends, rather the quality of your friends (yup... figured that one about 25 years ago)

42.7% of all statistics are made up on the spot (is this part of the 42.7?)

You should be able to undertake and complete anything (well, let's not get over ourselves - I can't see how I can undertake becoming an astronaut... never mind completing it!)

Did you ever get a fortune cookie with a funny / true / spooky message?!


  1. Locking myself in the bathroom with a bottle of wine and a book...yes, those are the kind of things that should be in a cookie :-)

    1. Well - there are times that call for desperate measures :) Thanks for stopping by, Christine.


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