Three Day Three Quotes Challenge 2


You become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed.” – Antoine de Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince.

When I was a child I had an album book with pictures and information about many different breeds of dogs. I got it from my classmate who agreed to swap it for a quite precious silver coin which was issued to commemorate a special event. Obviously my parents almost wanted to kill me, but at that time I did not care about its value as I had got my own precious book which was so  beautifully illustrated. I dreamed to have a dog. Later on they bought me a silver color curly poodle so I  was very happy!

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Me, when I was 10 years old girl and my dog – Beatrice Wells Grey

The book started with this famous quote which was captured  by my mind forever. Before i used to relate it only to the animals one decided to own but now i believe this phrase has a much bigger meaning. As human beings we are responsible for everything we do, bring or cause. Every single action, word or even thought with, obviously all the consequences they might cause. Thus Ladies and Gentlemen i appeal to you to be responsible for whatever you plan to do, say or think in order not to be ashamed of later on.


I also would like to thank you, LazyHaze, for nominating me for this challenge.  I invite WordPress readers to have a look at LazyHaze blog, which is very interesting and informative.

Today`s Nominee`s:

  1. Imelda, MY WALL
  2. Settle in El Paso
  3. Southern by Design

Rules of the challenge:

1.Three quote for three days.
2.Three nominees each day(no repetition).
3.Thank the person who nominated you.
4.Inform the nominees.

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4 thoughts on “Three Day Three Quotes Challenge 2

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