Flower for your thoughts

4.19.15.3.

Everyone has heard the saying “Penny for your thoughts?”, but do we really understand what that phrase means? It sounds cute and kind of like a cute way of asking someone what they think. Do you know where it came from? It was first published in 1522 by Sir Thomas More. He wrote, “As it often happeth that the very face sheweth the mind walking a pilgrimage, in such wise that, not without some note and reproach of such vagrant mind, other folk suddenly say to them, ‘A penny for your thought.’” This saying didn’t actually begin to pick up popularity till much later in 1547 by a book that was written by John Heywood. Now, do you really care about all this? Probably not, but you have said the phrase before probably in your lifetime so here you go. The point is to say that the wise stay silent until given money for their thoughts. A person’s thoughts are valuable and should not be wasted. Going off of this type of thinking, I would say that maybe we shouldn’t give our thoughts out to just everyone. Wait until your thoughts/ opinions are asked for before you start running over other peoples feelings in some cases. Words of wisdom today and more shopping to do! TOOTLES

Credits:

Skin: CandyDoll- Lucy (only made for complete mesh bodies) @ AnyBody Event

Body: Maitreya– Lara Mesh Body

Head: TheMeshProject– Classic deluxe

Eyes: IKON– Sovereign in glass

Hair: Magika– Dreamy

Dress: CandyDoll- Daisa Dress in Pink @ The Seasons Story (matching flats @ Kustom9)

Pose: Juxtapose– Broken Grace pose set

Decor:

floorplan., tarte, and apple fall @ FaMESHed

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