Day 1924: Impossible

Some people feel it’s impossible to blog daily for over five years.  I believe it would have been impossible for me to face the world  as effectively as I have since January 1, 2013 without this blog.

Yesterday, I saw something impossible at a local restaurant.

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Because it was possible for me to do so, I took that impossible flag with me. I guess I like taking on the impossible.

It’s very possible to find impossible quotes on the internet.

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. — Francis of Assisi

There is nothing impossible to him who will try.  — Alexander the Great

Women, like men, should try to do the impossible. And when they fail, their failure should be a challenge to others.  — Amelia Earhart

Without knowing what I am and why am I here, life is impossible.  — Leo Tolstoy

It always seems impossible until it’s done.  — Nelson Mandela

Nothing is impossible. The word itself says ‘I’m possible!’ — Audrey Hepburn

Even if it turns out that time travel is impossible, it is important that we understand why it’s impossible  — Stephen Hawking

Have a vision.  It is the ability to see the invisible.  If you can see the invisible, you can achieve the impossible.  — Shiv Khera

It’s kind of fun to do the impossible.  — Walt Disney.

It’s kind of fun for me to share my impossible and possible photos here.

 

 

 

If it’s impossible for you to see the details in those photos, please click on any one to enlarge it.

After blogging for so many years, it’s impossible for me not to share photos of something I’ve shared before.

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It’s impossible to say what goes on in that room at the Hingham Shipyard movie theater.

The impossibly talented Paul Simon sings “to dominate the impossible in your life” in The Rhythm of the Saints.

Unless it’s impossible, please share your thoughts and feelings in a comment below.

As always, it’s impossible for me to create this blog without the help of others, including YOU.

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26 thoughts on “Day 1924: Impossible

  1. I have unknowingly repeated just one title – also the content. I made it impossible by adding (2) to the second one. Now it’s just the content that has been repeated 🙂

  2. It’s impossible not to like this article, very interesting and I love the photos.❤️

  3. It’s impossible for me to think about the possibilities of what to write in this box without posting this song that still plays in my mind from my youth, Ann.

    • It was impossible for me not to think of the Steve Martin spoof of this song , Mark. (“It’s impossible to put a Cadillac up your nose, it’s just impossible.”) I spent a long time looking for that on YouTube but it was impossible to find.

  4. Here’s to 5 more Friend…

  5. Congratulations on five years of daily blogging. What a feat!

  6. I do find it impossible to blog everyday as you do!

  7. It’s not possible for me to visit everyday, but it’s impossible to not enjoy reading your posts!!!!!

  8. The funny thing about the impossible is it’s always shifting. We never know what’s really impossible until we try. There was a time when this blog, not to mention the incredibly small computer I’m using to read it, would have seemed impossible.
    I’m glad you keep trying.

  9. lifeinkarolingston

    It is impossible for me not to say that I’ve enjoyed reading this post! 😊

  10. Its impossible not to smile at this post Ann. 😊

  11. Blogging is an outlet and helps me cope with life, I find it impossible to not come here and visit you

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