#Day 3 – 3 Day Quote Challenge

Thanks again to In the Autumn Of My Life for nominating me for this challenge – Take a few minutes to check out Ms A’s blog – it’s well worth a visit: https://intheautumnofmylife.com/

I’m sticking with my previous theme so after the hard fall of Day 1 and the rising to new heights of Day 2, there is only one way to continue and that’s Up Up Up!!!

My final quote of this 3 day quote challenge is therefore…….

Soar to new heights and fly like an eagle! 

Did you know that the eagle is the only bird that flies above the clouds to avoid being caught in the rain?

Breaking the Rules…. Yikes!!! (Maybe I’m crashing down again to a new ‘blogging low’)

The rules of this challenge suggest that I should nominate 3 bloggers each day to take up the challenge. I’ve found over the last couple of days that it’s been increasingly difficult to find bloggers that haven’t already been nominated or who have previously completed the challenge or who are struggling due to time commitments to take up the challenge.

I’ve therefore decided to throw the challenge open to any readers or followers of my blog who would love to complete this challenge rather than feel like I’m putting people under pressure..

So, if you would love to complete the 3 Day Quote Challenge please let me know – leave me a comment and I will nominate you accordingly..

3 Day Quote Challenge Rules:

  • Post one quote each day for 3 days.
  • A theme for each day would be nice (although not necessary)
  • Nominate 3 blogs to pick up the challenge and pass on…
  • Don’t forget to let your nominees know on their blog…
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        1. haha – I’ve got one of those! To be fair though I didn’t use it for this challenge but I do love ‘quotes’ so this was a good challenge for me and I had some fun with my granddaughters who captured the photo’s I used on day 1 & 2 – (she’s only 7 and better at photography than me!)

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          1. Ha ha ha! I did wonder if they were relatives-bless your grand daughter! I think it’s lovely when younger people teach us! I’m currently learning the technical aspects of blogging from my son, in preparation for when he goes to university. I’ve got a year..gulp…

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          2. I know that feeling – I went into panic mode when my youngest son moved out earlier this year – Fortunately both my sons still live near by so can be called on to help in a ‘technology emergency’!! x

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          3. haha – I don’t know about you but my son doesn’t really explain things well. He simply ‘does it’ very quickly so no matter how much I try to watch what he’s done it’s just too late! I decided that the ‘blog’ would be something I’d learn by my own trial and error and the good news is as a ‘non techy’ I’ve managed to muddle through (of a fashion) so far – You will do Brilliantly! x

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          4. Wow – you’re very lucky having a more ‘patient’ son – haha! That’s a lovely compliment about my blog – I really appreciate it and enjoy your blog too! x

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