Wisdom by Hindsight
And these days there is type ahead/auto correct which add an entirely different dimension to the term mistakes. We now have our computers and ourselves to error check and at times that can be daunting – LOL, But the attitude comment is right on.
I am surprised that no one so far has asked me what an eraser is!
Keeping in mind that the Attitude is the pitch, roll and yaw, I am a bit skeptical on how many mistakes can be made and still survive. Unless you are Harrison Ford. Looney recently posted..A California Marmot
And having to share space with Shia LaBeouf?
I used to figure making mistakes was just part of learning. Nowadays Andy and I often make one when we “should have known better.” We laugh and say, “It ain’t going to get any better.” Cheerful Monk recently posted..Sammy, Tweeter-in-Chief?
Laughing at one’s own mistakes is the exact kind of attitude that one strives for!
we quite often refer to that object as a “rubber” – but it’s a superb quote
We call it rubber too.
Rubber means something quite different in the U.S. — slang for a male contraceptive. Joared recently posted..NET NEUTRALITY — HEAT WAVE
yep Joared, I know – but then again your “fanny pack” also means something else here to a female part…
(our respective slang expressions often get us into trouble in another culture…)
Good quote, and like all good quotes, very true! Of course, we could just leave the mistake, as is, demonstrating a lackadaisical, carefree attitude!
Should a carefree attitude be necessarily lackadaisical?
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