She’s Wicked Smart

Sunflower

(But uglier than a mud fence)

To coin a phrase, it’s a dog eat dog world out there.  Every cloud has a silver lining and every dog has its day.  Mark my words the name of the game is not to jump on the bandwagon and just between you and me I don’t mean to flog a dead horse but I’ve got the gift of gab.  A little bird told me half  the battle is getting there but Rome wasn’t built in a day.  It’ll all come out in the wash and to cut a long story short, the show must go on.  Just for the record I’m not reinventing the wheel because you can’t teach an old dog a new trick, but face facts, if you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em.  So far so good … this a-z blogging challenge might be the greatest thing since sliced bread, no expense spared.  This is a golden opportunity for the movers and shakers; the more the merrier and I’ll move the goalposts or bite the bullet because actions speak louder than words. The early bird gets the worm at the crack of dawn and I won’t drown in my sorrows if this is sour grapes.  Not to put too fine a point on it but, lock stock and barrel this is a level playing field and let’s face it, I didn’t just fall off the turnip truck so let bygones be bygones. At the end of the day you can’t win them all in the rat race, and accidents will happen across the board. Give me a helping hand just for the record and share your favorite jewel in the crown of clichés.  I’ll be waiting with bated breath.

I should tell you I’ve shared this before. I added a few more to the original post, but I thought it was a good “SHARE” for the letter S in today’s a-z blogging challenge.

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5 thoughts on “She’s Wicked Smart

  1. Awesome post today! A lot of those things , we don’t have a clue what they mean. Knew all of yours. For instance” Go to hell in a hand basket”. Hand Basket? LOL!

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  2. “Jack shall have Jill, nought will go ill. Every man will have his mare again, and all shall be well.” Though it’s only somewhat of a cliche, since most people don’t quote Shakespeare. 🙂 Thanks for sharing, and Happy A to Zing!

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  3. Hi there 🙂 My name is Adam, and I’ve just found your blog by checking out the list of A-Z participants. I’m so glad I did because I was reading through this post with a a grin which was getting broader and broader with each idiom you tossed at me! Excellent post, and so much fun! Old or new, it has certainly brightened up my evening 😀 I’ll be coming back for a visit for sure!
    Best of luck with the rest of the Challenge, I’m looking forward to seeing what you can come up with!

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