September 30, 2015 – Courage

courage

(Quote by Mary Anne Radmacher)

Loving quotes at the moment! If you have a favourite encouraging or inspirational quote that you’d like to see giraffe’d, drop it in the comments and I might give it a whirl :)

18 thoughts on “September 30, 2015 – Courage

  1. Hey Penny, this one really resonated with me, such a wonderful quote. I just wanted to say that recently all the posts you’ve done have seemed so relevant in my life and I’ve found them such a comfort. I have so much love for your little giraffe, I am always so pleased to see a new post in my inbox. Thank you so much. Love Rosie.

  2. It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light. – Aristotle Onassis
    You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection – The Buddha
    Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves. – Henry David Thoreau

  3. “Listen to the Littlest”~ Ruth Reardon Such a great reminder not to be inpatient with little ones. They have so much we can relearn if we do.
    I collect giraffe’s and have two great grandchildren whose daddy is a pig farmer.How do I go about ordering a print with two piggies ~ a girl and a boy?
    I have your book, which is a wonderful piece of work and one print.
    Also I have always loved a quote on a building in Minneapolis, MN,
    “Let us all remember the aged….Yes even you are getting old.” I do not know the origination of this quote.

  4. Wonderful as always Penny. One of my favourite quotes is from Albert Schweitzer: “In the hopes of reaching the moon men fail to see the flowers that blossom at their feet.” I’m sure your giraffe would love it being so far from the ground :-)

  5. Hi Penny, your posts are always so inspiring and uplifting. So happy that many of us are touched by your artwork! I always liked this lyric from the singer Jason Mraz, “You can turn off the sun, but I’m still gonna shine” from his song The Remedy (I Won’t Worry).

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