This is my weekly Friday feature. I send my daughter, who is finishing up her third year of law school in Seattle, WA, a photograph I took and she picks a quote to go with it. So the image is something I photographed that touched me and the words are something she read that touched her. Hopefully, both pieces will be a bit more inspiring as a result...
" Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, 'I will try again tomorrow'." - Mary Ann Radmacher
Photo info: took this one in Chicago about 15 years ago.
So very, very true.
Soft words can carry big impact. Perfect match of photo and words. Have a merry weekend!
Lovely! Quiet resolve!
Happy Weekend All!
I just love that you do this with your daughter! What insight you gain about each other!
I too have always loved this post you do with your daughter...
What a wonderful photo, Chicago is a beautiful city and the quote is one to take to heart !
I think this quote is absolutely true. Courageous acts need to always be bold...and I like the combination of your photo with a quote selected by your daughter! Wonderful joint effort!
So sweet! And happy weekend to you! xo
Nice pairing as usual.
Have a great weekend all!
Wonderful! Both words and picture. I love the sentiment of putting the two together. Inspiration fused together by the two of you. So special.
Lots of love and hugs from Sweden.
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Thank you for your kind comment on my Advent Calendar.. It made me so happy! xx
I love statues and I love that quote!! It has been my motto since this summer...
Wishing you a wonderful weekend my friend :)
That is why every day makes us better!
Ohh that is so lovely. I adore those photos:) Happy Monday, my dear. xo
Another perfect pairing. I love this series :)
hi there! i found your blog through a comment you left on "the short and the sweet of it" . . . i just love your "she read, she saw" posts. what a fantastic idea and such beautiful, thoughtful selections from both you and your daughter. i look forward to following! (ps, i am also in AZ and welcoming this rain...which is what made me click on your comment initially!)
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