Day 1 | 3 Day Quote Challenge

Good evening lovelies,

I was nominated for the 3 Day Quote Challenge by my friend, Simon, and I’m sure you know by now that I am a quote queen. I love them. I hoard them. I’ll find incredible quotes in my favourite books and save them digitally somewhere on my laptop, in case I ever want to return to those magical words – all I can think of is Harry Potter… I must have a lot of Harry Potter quotes stored away somewhere.

A lot of quote queens (or kings) dog ear their books, or bookmark their favourite quotes with sticky notes to remember them, but you can’t take the tech away from a Computer Science student. Also, people who dog ear their books make me want to cry…

As always, there’s a few rules alongside this challenge, and because I’m a rebel (or lazy, which ever one you wanna go with) I’m not going to follow them completely. Instead, at the end of my challenge I’ll pass it on by nominating 3 bloggers who I believed would enjoy taking part.

Anyway, thanks again Simon! I hope you enjoy the 3 quotes I’ve got lined up for this challenge.

Ernest Hemingway

Today’s quote is a snippet from Ernest Hemingway’s memoir, A Moveable Feast:

 “The only thing that could spoil a day was people. People were always the limiters of happiness except for the very few that were as good as spring itself.”

―Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway

I can hugely relate… I think we all can. The world is full of unpopular opinions, stupid people and nasty actions. Wars are tearing families apart. Jeremy Kyle is a thing people aspire too. Recently, a group of people killed a poor dolphin after passing it around for selfies. Humans!

I’m glad I’ve found my little piece of spring itself.

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Here are the quotes and discussions from my two previous challenges:

Twitter | Instagram | Goodreads | Pinterest

You can read my previous post here.

-Morgan

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