Wise Words To Live By

by Venomous Kate

I first saw this graphic a week or so ago and thought it very nicely done. Within days, I’d seen it on at least a dozen different blogs, though no one seemed to know where it originally came from.

Turns out, it’s from Holstee, a design company doing some pretty neat stuff with recycled or reused materials. I imagine they’re probably thrilled to find their graphic is being treated similarly.

Most of all, its sentiments are great words to live by.

Inspiration from Holstee

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9 Responses to “Wise Words To Live By”

  1. Thanks for posting this, Kate. I shared it with my social worker SO, and she was all squee about it, even after I told her that those Holstee morons are just a buncha stinky hippies.

    Win!

  2. Glad your SO liked it! I think it’s wonderful. Then again, I recycle, wear Birkenstocks, grow my own herbs, cook from scratch, read Nat Geo and Smithsonian, am a full-fledged member of the Sierra Club, regularly watch public TV… AND am a registered Republican. Does that make me a stinky hippie, too? (Although a hippie who smells like Chanel No. 5.)

  3. Hey VK, I knew there was something about you that made you an interesting person. 7/9 ain’t bad.

  4. I think your “I’m a Texan” ticket gets you out of the “stinky hippie” category.

    That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

  5. Twoma, you mean you’d started wondering why I’m interesting? Or IF I’m interesting? ;)

  6. Boyd, it never ceases to amaze me how many things that “I’m a Texan” ticket gets me out of!

  7. Ain’t it great to be a Texan?

  8. Well, through the Grace of God, “once a Texan, always a Texan”. Or, as I like to say, “you can take the girl out of Texas, but you can’t take being a Texan away from the girl.”

    Even if the girl spent most of her formative years in Northern California. Among the stinky hippies.

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