Monday, June 13, 2016

Quote Challenge: #3

Well, the quote challenge has met it's final day. Although I could probably continue posting quotes for weeks, I'm sure I must finish at some time. I'll quickly go over the rules:
  • Graciously thank the person who tagged you. (Thank you Hannah!)
  • Just as graciously, tag three other bloggers everyday.
  • Post a new quote for the next three days.
And now for the final quote! Drum roll, please!

 Congratulations to those who guessed the person I would quote from yesterday's hint! ;)
I'm certainly interested in this quote. For, if it is true, then I must have some destiny that involves a monumental amount of self-control and patience, which I am learning everyday from my interactions with five siblings. God's got something planned up ahead and it involves me curbing my quick frustration.
This almost sounds like Tolkien's quote - "Even the smallest person can change the course of the future." (Maybe they being friends had something to do with it.)
And, once again, I have no bloggers to tag. But it's not too late for anybody who reads this! If you would like to partake in the Quote Challenge, please notify my in the comments below!

Adieu, adieu, adieu. 
         (Ghost to Hamlet)


  1. It does sound like Tolkien's quote; and it's really the essence of storytelling. All of the little things in the story were building up to the hero's great destiny. Thanks for sharing this one!

  2. So true! The little adventures on the way and how the character deals with them builds up to the climax! Thanks for the input, my faithful commentator!