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What's that saying?

To thine own self be true?

Ok...that has nothing to do with my post, but I really like that quote. ;) I like to believe that I am true to myself! I was very naughty today...I ate a cookie...*perishes*

Anyhow, for those who don't know I being the retard that I am tripped when I was in UK and of course, caught myself which either hyperextended my knee or tore a ligament. yeah...I'm smart...as a damn cookie!

So...I didn't do anything about it...I went to Aerobics last Monday and son of a freaking bitch!!! It hurt so damn much I had to leave the class! So...I have been recuperating for the past week or so and it is all better! (see ronalum my knee doesn't want to go to the doctor anymore than I do, so it healed itself) anyhow I am pretty tired of not working out so I am going to go swimming, I figure it has little to no impact...and maybe 30 minutes or so on the elliptical...but I swear!! That's it! :) Then off to home I go...I have to eat fairly lightly tonight anyhow I had a really heavy lunch.

I am thinking of fasting...yeah, we'll see how that goes.


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Aug. 1st, 2005 08:14 pm (UTC)
My cookie...my sweetie pie...my little sugar cube...

To thine oneself, and thine significant counterpart, be true. That's the one I like. :)
Aug. 1st, 2005 09:33 pm (UTC)
hehe...is that a saying? I love you
Aug. 5th, 2005 06:03 pm (UTC)
Hamlet: Act 1, Scene III
I think the quote you're thinking of is, "this above all: to thine own self be true." Polonius gave this advice to his son Laertes early in the play.

I apologize for dropping off the grid for what seems like an eternity. Between work, travel for work/pleasure, and some recent nerve damage, I haven't been easily reached. I probably won't be around this weekend (SeaFair), but plan to work on the long-awaited update Sunday or Monday night. I will definitely be home late Monday night.

I received your latest postcard. England looks like more fun than the BBC lets on. If anyone notices your limp/hobble, just tell them you injured in a soccer riot. It sounds a lot better than saying you tripped over yourself.
Aug. 14th, 2005 05:41 pm (UTC)
Allow the English Lit major to provide you with the whole quote:

This above all: to thine ownself be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.”

Ah! the bygone days of sexism! Frankly, I like David's rewrite better than Willie Wiggle-stick's original!
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