Paula’s Brain(y) Quote

My mind is capable of greater things than being miserable.


N.B. Ancient Egyptians regarded the pomegranate as a symbol ofΒ prosperity and ambition. Now that I have replaced a part of my brain (the left part) with pomegranate seeds, should I look forward to a more prosperous future? πŸ˜€


64 thoughts on “Paula’s Brain(y) Quote

  1. For many years one of my main rules of living been
    “what does not kill me, makes me stronger” … πŸ™‚

    You always ask where I got my photos from, sooo
    – where on earth did you find that dark princess ..? πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰


    • She has been inside me like for ever … here I used a recent photo of me and a photo of pomegranate (my fav fruit) that I took some months ago .. I don’t care if most of you hate my idea – I love it.


      • ‘hahaha’ – me to – I like dark-haired princesses and that was my point… πŸ™‚

        pomegranate – in Mexico, they are commonly used to adorn the traditional dish “chiles en nogada” – representing the red of the mexican flag in the dish which evokes the green (poblano pepper), white (nogada sauce) and red (pomegranate arils) tricolor.


  2. I am a big Radiohead fan. I have most of their albums including their Best Of’s. Been listening to them since High School, and they keep on innovating themselves every time.


  3. What a beautiful photo Paula and that is quite an interesting thought. I wonder if that would help. Would be still be able to think then? πŸ˜†
    Great post and quote hon. πŸ˜€ *big hugs*


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