Monday, 21 January 2008

Thought for the Day....



NEVER REGRET. IF IT'S GOOD, IT'S WONDERFUL. IF IT'S BAD, IT'S EXPERIENCE ! ~ Victoria Holt

18 comments:

Sew Recycled! said...

Sounds good to me!
You certainly have been busy - do you have a proper badge maker? I have been trying to use a childs badge making set, but it seems to be only good for paper not fabric!
Lovely Daffs - cheers anyone up on a dreary day like today!

Anonymous said...

Wise words indeed and a beautiful photograph too.
Carolyn
http://willowhouse.typepad.com

Ragged Roses said...

Hello Michele. Well, my life has been a mix of wonderful experience then! Gorgeous daffs for a Monday morning! And guess who's on my blog today?
Kimx

...... Kristina ...... said...

Nice post my friend!
Words to live by for sure and beautiful cheery dafs you have their in your pretty kitchen...i must go now to buy some
Take care Kristina XxX

bj said...

A fabulous photo and wise words. AND...I NEED that little red, plaid heart in the background!
hugs, bj

Diane said...

is that your kitchen? If so, it looks SO inviting. The kind of place where a person feels very welcome and would love to sit and visit a while ...

Diane at Sand to Glass
Diane's Flickr photos

Nonnie said...

Like this quote a lot. I agree with Kim, a lot of wonderful experiences in my life. Although I'm hoping for more of the wonderful and less of the experience this year! Love the daffs. Really cheerful on such a miserable grey day as today is. Hope the order production is going well and not driving you too crazy! x

Ragged Roses said...

Hi again, no need to thank me for the comments, I really meant what I say and I do really love my purchase! Tell Pickle that he is a very naughty boy and he should be content with inanimate objects. Mine have been happily flicking a blueberry across the kitchen floor all afternoon.
Kimx

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

So true!

Hey, I tagged you...you can play again or just ignore. I didn't realize you'd been tagged until I scrolled down.

Have a lovely week!

xo
Becky

Beeswax, said...

Hi Michele,
good words to live by there, unfortunately my life has been 99% experiances then!...can't wait for the other 1% to fully kick in, but ever the optomist am sure it will, one day!
As usual Michele your kitchen looks so inviting, is that an empty chair I spy?...can I have a strong cup of tea please?!!
Seriously though it looks lovely and your daffs are so pretty too.
Hope your orders are going well, wish some of your work was on display in Perth shops,we have a very good range of one off beautiful shops...mmmmh. got me thinking now!!
You did offer me post of PR didn't you!!! lol...
I'm away now to read your tag from Michelle, I will be doing mine tomorrow...loads of hugs, Kath...E-mail will follow tonight , bye

Garden girl said...

Good advice, me thinks! Lovely daffs- I treated myself tosome yesterday to try and ward off the rain. Didn't work, but at least my windowsill is sunny!

OhSoVintage said...

Very clever. Also 'it is better to have tried and failed than failed to try' is one I often quote. Also 'Don't be sorry that it's over, be glad that it happened' (very useful for failed love affairs of friends, daughters, sons etc).

daffy said...

good words and super daffs. :o)
I have one of those calanders that gives you a provoking thought for the day. Today was...
Some people are wise and some are otherwise! ;o)
Very true in our office!

Stephanie said...

I love your quote, Im going to have to write that down !!
Thanks :)

nicolafraser said...

Lovely daffs... just what I needed, a hint of spring!x

amy said...

what a beautiful photo! i love your kitchen.

Vintage to Victorian said...

Spot on! And having reached the ripe old age of way way past 50 I've clocked up a fair amount of experience!!!! But there's been plenty of good along the way! I just hope I've got it right for 2008 as I don't want to put this one down to experience!!

Isn't it lovely to see daffodils after such a dreary few months.

Sue x

Katherines Dream said...

Very true.
Love the photo Michele.
Hugs,
Carol