Sound Advice…

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Sunday 29 June, 2014 by Uncle Spike

“If you always try to be known for your grin, not your growl,
you are making a good start in life.”

Quote: Granny Spike – this blogging farmers’ octogenarian mother!

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8 thoughts on “Sound Advice…

  1. mytiturk says:

    One growl can wipe out the memory of a dozen grins. How do I know? Just a hunch 😉 Thanks for liking my about page and my belated post on fascinating Istanbul. We both have stories, like Marley JA and the universal Satchmo – and pay some attention to diacritical marks… We both have stories to tell and have married into another culture.

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  2. swamiyesudas says:

    But, my Dear Granny, what to do if One’s Grin is More Frightening than one’s Growl? 🙂

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  3. hello uncle spike its dennis the vizsla dog hay i do not hav mutch of a grin i gess but i hav a pritty gud tail wag if that kownts!!! ok bye

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  4. John says:

    Good advice and a grin to remember 🙂

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  5. ballerina95 says:

    i see the start of a new series – great aunt spike’s nuggets of wisdom 🙂

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  6. suej says:

    Some grins are better than others….not sure about this one!! 😉

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