“The sun is my ocean and the ocean can be yours because I am not fond of water like you.”
When I was a kitten I was smitten with my Mama’s knittin’ but now I am old and I see yarn for what it really is.
Coltrane says we can’t always get what we want but if we cry loud enough we can almost always get what we need.
Coltrane says it is important to have hobbies that make us move faster but more beneficial may be the ones that slow us down, even if we want to eat them sometimes.
Coltrane says the rewards for a sweet disposition and a positive attitude outweigh any innate desire to scratch.
Coltrane says hearing poetry read aloud makes me want to bite your big toe and tear up your carpet.
Coltrane says some of the best fish come from the smallest ponds. He also says that he doesn’t care where the salmon come from – they’re his favorite.
Coltrane says reading makes us curious, makes us ponder, lets us stop our physical motion and ignites our intellectual locomotion.
Coltrane says reading expands our horizons, let’s us travel to places previously unkown and perhaps unappreciated.