This one in particular, as when I was checking it cam from Much Ado (I'm super paranoid I'll cite the wrong play/sonnet) there were people Googling what it meant.
A great writer picks wonderful similes like this. A simile doesn't need to be exotic or barely heard of to work.
As we wave good bye to 2017 and wander into 2018; history is not made up by people, but their acts. What they have done, said, and created. Or destroyed.
But I’m writing this as my family back in the UK blow up my new phone (I love it) with photos of freshly fallen snow. So I can’t get everything right 😀
Sometimes you just need to add a bit of wordplay to change your perspective. The quote was rather charming and I couldn't help use it.
The shiny blue card means I now have a Euro denominated bank account in my name. It’s one of the last things about setting up a life in another country. It kind of means I’ve done it.
So what’s so great about Euros anyway? A lot.
But you know me, I like to compare and think about things in the modern day. I know we can all think of at least one unthinking person we'd all like to pop out of existence...