Thursday, October 28, 2021

Did You Know

 Did you know, 'Never put off tomorrow what you can do today', came from Thomas Jefferson?

 

26 comments:

  1. I didn't. Sadly he would not be happy with me. I often put things off.

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    1. Heh. Don't we all. The HH is a pro at putting things off.

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  2. I had no idea he originated that saying. Good to know the original author of that famous quote.

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  3. That's good to know, thanks! Have a great day, hugs! Valerie

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  4. I thought it the phrase was, Never put off until next month or next year what you can do today'. That explains some things. I did not know Jefferson said that.

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  5. Obviously, Jefferson wasn't Italian. Forse domani. Maybe tomorrow 🎃

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  6. No, but it doesn't surprise me!

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    1. He certainly was a go-getter wasn't he, Jeanie?

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  7. I thought it would read, “ Never put off tomorrow what you can put off today.” Hahaha...that was my ex’s motto.

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  8. I've toured Monticello. Jefferson was one tireless worker, that's for sure. No wonder this is his quote.

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  9. I remember hearing this many moons ago. I still manage to put things off, often. Xo

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