Day 1789: It’s never too late to be what you might have been.

It’s never too late to share what I might have seen yesterday.














It’s never too late to be what you might have been, including


It’s never too late to post music in this blog, even after I’ve shared a big thanks.

It’s never too late to share two cat videos I love (here and here on YouTube):

It’s never too late to thank  who and what I might have thanked today, including Michael, his four siblings, their families,  George Eliot, Cities Never Sleep, BuzzFeed, children, adults,  cats, dinosaurs, octopuses, turkeys, the ocean, and — of course! — YOU.

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25 thoughts on “Day 1789: It’s never too late to be what you might have been.

  1. It is never to late to leave you a comment Ann. The video with the people, who don’t like cats says it all, how it is to be owned by cats 😀

  2. Years ago, I had a mentor/friend named Peggy Holmes who at the age of 77 she became a radio broadcaster, and a best-selling author. Peggy always inspired me to see the world through possibility — your post reminded me of this amazing woman who was born in 1897 and always saw life as one great big adventure — the name of her first book is, “It Could Have Been Worse!” 🙂 Thank you for that beautiful reminder!

  3. I have read the whole of Middlemarch – but is too late to remember it all

  4. I’ve never read anything by George Eliot, but it’s important to add yet, because it’s never too late. Earlier this week, in fact, I signed up to audit a college course, because it’s never too late to learn something new.

  5. I am still waiting to be a race car driver. I practice every day on the way back and forth from work!!!

  6. Never too late but it is time ! 🙂
    Love ❤

  7. You’re so right, it’s never to late, my dear Carole plucked the courage to run away from an abusive husband, with her 4 yearold son, and start up a new life, and then in her new life she married a man called Ivor, and we both then travelled that amazing journey through “never never land”

  8. I love the “never too late” quote, and believe it! But I’d better get going…it COULD be too late! 🙂 I love all the images you’ve shared here. It’s never too late to be focused on thanksgiving!

  9. Maybe I can still be a historian. Or a journalist. Too late to be a veterinarian. But never to late to get a chuckle out of your pictures.

  10. It’s never too late to just be a cat and be happy! ㄱ(ㅇㅅㅇ” )ㄴ

  11. thank you for accepting
    my lateness 🙂

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