Quotable Thursday #8 - June 11, 2009

To My Readers: An Update on this Post
Please read more great quotations on Happy Postcards, Music of My Life, and Barbara's Meanderings.
(Yes, I'm Mr. Linky this week, ha ha.)

Apologies for posting this week's post so late on Thursday - I've been trying to figure out why I - and some of my readers - are having so much trouble opening individual posts and comments on my blogs. I don't know if it's a problem (temporary, one hopes) with blogspot, or Mr. Linky, or both.

I'm playing it safe by not attaching Mr. Linky this week. (Mr. Linky has been sending out messages to all users asking them to avoid certain codes.)

Please leave your chosen quotation(s) in a comment to this post, along with a link to your own blog. I will compile the past few weeks' quotations - and your links to your blogs - in a new post soon so it's easier to read them.

Meanwhile, here's my quotation for this week:
"There is nothing like a dream to create the future. Utopia today, flesh and blood tomorrow."
-- Victor Hugo


  1. Mr. Linky has been very naughty lately! My post is up too! http://happypostcards.blogspot.com

  2. Rosidah has an inspiring quotation (and beautiful photo)on Music of My Life: http://rosidah-abidin.blogspot.com

    Do check it out.

  3. Great quote Pam!
    I left a comment on your earlier post about your quote on there about language. This one is so true. It's a little like reading a novel and then seeing it on the screen. The author created the scene and the characters and then there they are on film.:)

    Pam and anyone else who sees this, please visit my blog to see my quote for Quotable Thursday. While you're there please take a look at the guest author interview with Cynthia Polansky. Leave a comment or question to be in the drawing for a free book! You didn't have Mister Linky up so I couldn't connect. Now I understand why. I didn't have any trouble with it, though. My quote is from George Elliot and it is about feelings.:) I'll put my link here:


  4. Thanks for reposting the links like that for us Pam!