I spent part of mine reading another Randy Wayne White novel. Per usual several insightful--and some just plain funny--quote-isms caught my eye.
"The awareness of individuality is implicit in the face of anyone, who as a child, is forced to stand apart from the crowd. The reason doesn't matter. It might be because of skin color, problems at home, clothing that doesn't come up to the expectation of peers, perceived differences in social worth, acne...or one wayward, lonely eye."(Referring to a lazy eye)
"A right-hander's curveball spins in the same direction and with the approximate same degree of inclination as the Earth."
"A little known but potentially useful fact: When children wander away from their parents while on a beach, they almost always go in a direction that puts the sun at their back.
Same with aging runners."
"Love can be extremely painful."
"No shit, Sherlock."
"In baseball"..."the good feelings don't last long enough, and when you screw up, they last way too long..."The same with life."
"Oxygen and assholes--the two most common elements on earth."
I also worked in the garden. Here's some pics.