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10 Favorite Summer Quotes

As we approach summer, let us cherish these beautiful moments and be thankful. Let's make the most out of each day by living in the moment, embracing our loved ones, spreading kindness, greeting strangers, dancing to our favorite songs, playing with our children, cooking our favorite meals, creating something new, and simply being present.

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  1. Love this!! So motivational and inspiring. Dance to our favorite sonhe are a must at times like this x

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  2. Lovely quotes to freshen up for the summer. The ones that I like the most are -
    To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow

    Just living is not enough. One must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower

    And one of my all time favorite -

    When the sun is shining I can do anything; no mountain is too high, no trouble too difficult to overcome.” – Wilma Rudolph

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    1. Thank you so much for sharing the quotes you enjoyed. I really like the quote you added, so beautiful, and very inspiring.

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  3. I love these quotes, especially the ones about reading. Summer and books really do go great together and I bet a lot of us will be reading more this summer, as we're not able to move around the world as freely as usual.
    Also really enjoyed the gardening quote, as I'm growing some herbs for the first time this year. It's wonderful to be able to add something you grew yourself to your meals, definitely an optimistic experience.

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    1. Kat, thank you so much! I enjoyed the quotes about reading as well. I love that you're growing herbs for the first time this year. - That's so wonderful. It is a great feeling using what you have grown in the garden to prepare in your meals.- Such a great feeling. :)

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  4. Great selection of summer quotes to bring us some positivity and good vibes! I really love the Paul Monette quote. Summer and its long days that we don't want to end but who can beat a gorgeous sunset on the beach! This post brightened up my day! Thank you!

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    1. LuLu, thank you! I am so happy to hear that this post brightened your day. I love when a post can have such a positive impact whether it be big or small. And I love that Paul Monette quote!

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  5. Beautifully written, almost sounds like a poem when they are all put together. Just in time for summer. Keeping positive is my biggest goal this year.

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  6. Beautiful quotes and message! I agree: spread love and kindness around you.

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  7. So simple and yet so beautiful. Thank you for sharing this lovely and gentle poem.

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    1. Ivana, you're so welcome! Thank you for stopping by.

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  8. I love this! Just be is my absolute favorite from this list. But all of them really made me stop and think too, and that is the power of great quotes.

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  9. Love The Glass Castle quote! I saw the movie but never read the book. Thanks for the post!

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  10. I love these. And I love summertime. I think the Hans Christian Andersen might be my favorite. Thanks for sharing this post with all of us at the Will Blog for Comments #36!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, I enjoyed that quote as well. Have a wonderful week. 😊

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  11. One of my favorite summer quotes that I see all over the place is "life is better in flip flops" and I heartily agree!

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    1. Oh, I love that one! I wore my flip flops all the time when I lived in AZ. 😊

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  12. Audrey Hepburn quote is my favorite! And this year I've been planting like never before.

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    1. Aw, I love that quote as well. That is wonderful that you have started your garden. I love gardening!

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  13. "The tans will fade but the memories will last forever." –Unknown

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  14. Love these! My favorite is the first one by C. Day Lewis.

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    1. Thank you very much, Michelle. 😊 I really like that one, too.

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  15. Beautiful quotes! Of course, I love me some Bob Marley. :D

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    1. Thanks, Olivia! 😊 I'm glad you came by.

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