Love Is…

Love is sharing your popcorn.

Charles Schultz

I recently found this quotation and thought it was cute so am sharing for One-Liner Wednesday. I also can’t help thinking about the person I have lately been sharing my popcorn with…. ❤ 

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Life is hardly ever ideal, but it can always be good.

— one of my happy thoughts from yesterday

Yesterday was not an ideal day, and I didn’t even post for JusJoJan (although now I’m using the word). However, there were several aspects to be happy about, and by the end of the day, I felt very loved. Fun fact: I only wrote 2, very cruddy poems yesterday, but today I have 5 1/2  already.

For One-Liner Wednesday.


For One-Liner Wednesday / JusJoJan, I wanted to find and share a remarkable saying. Instead, I’m going for the “Just-Jot-It” part and am sharing this little quatrain I wrote about learning to drive (which I am finally doing!).

I’m nervous, nervous now to drive,
How oh how will I stay alive?
Nevertheless it will be a blessing,
As long as I strive, strive, strive!

Favorite Quote from Fulton Sheen

For One-Liner Wednesday, I can’t resist sharing another quotation from the great Archbishop Fulton Sheen with you! This is probably my favorite quote from him, and that’s saying a lot.

But when finally the scrolls of history are complete, down to the last word of time, the saddest line of all will be: “There was no room in the inn.” The inn was the gathering place of public opinion, the focal point of the world’s moods, the rendezvous of the worldly, the rallying place of the popular and the successful. But there’s no room in the place where the world gathers. The stable is a place for outcasts, the ignored and the forgotten.

— from the book The Wisdom of Fulton Sheen, emphasis added

Friends’ Hearts

For this week’s One-Liner Wednesday, I have this quotation from the great Archbishop Fulton Sheen, found in my book of his quotations. 

In every friendship hearts grow and entwine themselves together, so that the two hearts seem to make only one heart with only a common thought. That is why separation is so painful; it is not so much two hearts separating, but one being torn asunder.

I think this is applicable to any true, deep friendship and does not have to be a romantic relationship.