However, I realize there's a favorite quote from my childhood that I've never shared. Daddy often reminds me that I used to say this all the time, probably in my tween years. I don't remember where I first heard it, but it was a
Your brain is so small that if I took it out of your head and put it on the edge of a razor blade it would look like a BB going down a four-lane highway!
This quote, without punctuation because I didn't pause while repeating it, reminds me of another story . . . about pausing at the end of sentences when reading out loud and my sixth grade teacher's concern that he should get off the road when I started driving . . . just in case I treated stop signs like those periods. Which reminds me . . . there are still lots of childhood stories I need to record!
Did you have any favorite sayings when you were a tween/early teen? Please tell me I'm not the only one who had a quick retort during those years! :)
Today I'm linking up with Cate and her challenge to blog every day in May.