3 Day Quote Challenge: Day 3

I’ve been nominated by Rob of The V-Pub for this fun three day quote challenge.  Rob posted three wonderful quotes this week. Please visit his blog, because there’s always something interesting, inspiring, or entertaining to read.  Thanks for the challenge, Rob!

Here are the rules:

Thank the person who nominated you.

Post one quote a day for three days.  The quotes can be yours or quotes from other people.

Nominate three bloggers per post.

Have fun!

Quote #3:

“What is life?  It is the flash of a firefly in the night.  It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime.  It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.”

~Last Words of Crowfoot

Blackfoot Warrior and Orator, 1890

My Nominees (No obligation):

My Garden Life

The Modern Theologian

A Daisy Garden

I hope you will visit each of these fantastic blogs. 🙂

20 Comments »

  1. Such a poignant quote, Tonya. A reflection on how quickly life passes? Beautiful. I had a rabbit munching on some clover in my yard early this morning. He looked at me and paused, the continued munching. I suspect he’s not afraid of me. 😀

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    • Haha! That’s funny! I hadn’t thought about it, but you’re right. I do use a lot of animal pictures. I think it’s because I’m fortunate enough to live in a place where I’m surrounded by farm animals and wildlife. I have a great love and respect for all animals and enjoy capturing their personalities. 🙂

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      • Thank you so much! No worries. I didn’t think it was a complaint. I thought it was a very nice comment. I really appreciate your kind feedback. I had to laugh, though, especially when I thought about my recent posts of yawning cats, rawhide-chomping dogs, and a “one-ear” sheep! I’m really happy that you enjoy the pictures. 😉

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