Some of Aunty Ida’s Wisdom

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Don’t have a lot of words today for some reason, so I thought I’d share some of Aunty Ida’s insights. She’s highly qualified. No really. Seriously. You can stop laughing now.

Your mind is like a highway. (1)Books are an excellent way to open the brain corridors for a course of eavesbraining. A lot of people don't know that.

Copy of Books are an excellent way to open the brain corridors for a course of eavesbraining. A lot of people don't know that. OK, that last one was more of an attempt to drum up business. Things are slow in the mental health world.

Have a great Wednesday, all, and remember: you only get one brain, two tops. Feed it well.

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7 thoughts on “Some of Aunty Ida’s Wisdom

  1. I am thoroughly enjoying that quirky broad (in the first book, which I’m over halfway through). She’s a nut. I can see how she is a persistent driver of your stories!

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