Everybody makes common, everyday mistakes – the kind we wish we had made when we really mess up.

King Solomon wrote, “An excellent wife is the crown of her husband.” He could have added, “and a source of love and correction, deserved or not.”

No one gets to write all he thinks, live all he wants, or gets to be a cowboy forever.

The wind blows where it will; the best we can do is check it for direction before we spit.

Happiness can be a relative term, particularly when one who overstayed his welcome leaves.

Good pride is when it drives us to do our best; ugly pride is when it drives us to tell others about it.

Worrying is like riding a rocking horse. It gives you something to do, but it gets you nowhere.