Friday, May 17, 2013

Friday Five-5/17/2013: Motto


 And so we have come once again to the day we all live for. Well most of us anyhow. Friday. Its been a weird week around the house, but things are getting back in place, and thankfully we have a couple days getaway planned next week, so it is helping ease the pain of the end of hockey season. But lets get on to this week's Friday Five shall we? The week's theme: Mottos.

1. The motto of the Brownies is “Lend a hand.” If this were the personal motto of someone you know, who would it be?
My mom, because no matter where I am at, what I am doing she pretty much stops to help out. No matter what and often with little questions asked. It is amazing and remarkable to see her do things without ever asking for anything in returns.

2. The motto of the Olympic Games is “Citius, Altius, Fortius” (“Higher, Faster, Stronger”). If this were the personal motto of someone you know, who would it be?

My little sister. She is always fighting for things she wants, and she is always getting stronger by the minute. 

3. I don’t think it’s a motto, but Apple, Inc.’s tagline for some time has been “Think different.” Grammatical iffiness aside, if this were the personal motto of someone you know, who would it be?

My husband has a friend from high school, with a sister who lives very much of the hippie life, renamed herself 'Moment' and has lived a life off of the land, borrowing systems and trade. It has always been interesting listening to stories and to see how different she is. But she embraces it all. And its kind of beautiful.

4.Here are some food-related marketing slogans: “The incredible, edible egg.” “Beef: It’s what’s for dinner.” “Got milk?” What would be a cool marketing slogan for something you’ve eaten in the past twenty-four hours that doesn’t already have one?

Shrimp, there's nothing small about it.

5. Here is a very long list of cool Latin phrases. Which will you adopt as your personal motto for the upcoming week?

 ad meliora=towards better things. 
Because not only will I be celebrating my birthday, and hope to make the next year better than the last,but I am heading down south and leaving work behind for just a bit.

And there you have it, may you have a fabulous weekend.

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