Archive for May, 2015


From the last show of Late Night With David Letterman, kids say the strangest things:

“My father went to an upholstery farm and bought a large turkey.”

(This might be funny but it illustrates the value of good enunciation especially when talking to a child!)


Quote of the week

Posted: May 26, 2015 in Quotes
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“A single feat of daring can alter the whole conception of what is possible.” – Graham Greene

“Nobody goes through life unscathed.” – Emily Blunt, The Guardian

How time changes the meaning of acronyms


“After one of my students acted up, I took him to our school psychiatrist, who asked if he had ADHD. ‘No,’ said the boy. ‘I just have a normal TV’ ”.

Matthew Huges, in the humor section of the Readers Digest


“Anything can happen in life, especially nothing.” – Michel Houellebecq


“Life is a series of chapters, and our business is to write them as boldly, as imaginatively, as unapologetically as possible. So many people stare at the same screens, storefronts, and story lines their whole lives. When change – even for the harder – touches us, I say we’re lucky” – Christina Nehring, The Baby Kaboom, in the April issue of O magazine.