3 Day Quotes Challenge. Day 3

Chandra Lynn has nominated me for this challenge.

The rules are::

  1. Thank the person who nominates you
  2. Post one quote per day for 3 consecutive days
  3. Nominate three new bloggers each day




“The whole of life is just like watching a film. Only it’s as though you always get in ten minutes after the big picture has started, and no-one will tell you the plot, so you have to work it out all by yourself from the clues”

Terry Pratchett


I wanted to include a funny quote in this challenge and I have a list 50 Terry Pratchett quotes to choose from, any of which would have worked. I still miss the pleasure of opening any new Terry Pratchett work and his death from Alzheimers seemed an especially cruel blow for such a brilliant mind. If you can forgive me for adding another quote here – this is what he had to say about his diagnosis:

“It occurred to me that at one point it was like I had two diseases – one was Alzheimer’s, and the other was knowing I had Alzheimer’s”


Today’s nominee is another writer – Sophie!










    1. Sorry to hear about your dad Marie. It is a truly horrible disease. One of our friends was a GP and also an expert on the flora of the Atlas mountains but Alzheimers took it all in just a few months. Awful to witness.

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  1. Hello Darren!
    Thanks for nominating me for this challenge! I love quotes and challenges so this one is right up my alley. I love this quote that you shared from Terry Pratchett. It is wise and funny 🙂
    I am thinking of what quotes to use for this challenge already, hmm…

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  2. As you already know I’m also a huge fan of Terry Pratchett and also still miss the thrill of getting a new book of his in my hands. The quote you chose is a brilliant one – life does feel like that at times, doesn’t it? Good thing I love going to the cinema.😉

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