Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day 2

This Door is Alarmed was nominated by The Britchy One who writes one of the wittiest blogs I know. When I see she has posted, I set aside a slice of clock face with a cup of tea; I like to know I can fully enjoy her humorous and uniquely devious outlook on life. If you are not following her, you are missing out.

The GUIDELINES are:

  • Thank the person who nominated you.
  • Post one quote per day over three days.
  • Nominate 3 blogs per day to take part in the challenge.

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“Nolite te bastardes carborundorum. Don’t let the b******* grind you down.”

― Margaret AtwoodThe Handmaid’s Tale

This book is particularly special to me. I think it is Atwood’s best writing. If you haven’t read A Handmaid’s Tale, I suggest it. This quote, I believe has a greater meaning for life. Unless you are the top dog or kitty cat, you will always serve the thankless people beneath.

It is like a rookery of birds, if you happen to be on top you never receive the excrement of those below. The lower down you are… well. And you look up and only see their…

Let us hope the top dog doesn’t have a bad day.

Nominees:

This is, as always, entirely voluntary and just for fun! If you choose to participate there is absolutely no time limit on completion, I just wanted the opportunity to let let you know how wonderful I think your sites are:

Novus Lectio

Threadfullofdreams

PTSD Gal

12 thoughts on “Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day 2”

      1. The book is a mist read. She is one of my favourite authors. I am worried about watching the series in case it smears the beauty of the book!

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