Wednesday’s Words: Fall or Fly?

You have probably noticed by now that I love words.  Especially words that can be made into a good picture quote.  I have Pinterest boards full of picture quotes.  All waiting to be shared.  Hence, the birth of Wednesday’s Words!  Each Wednesday I will share one of my favourite picture quotes to help us get through Hump Day.  Sometimes, I will share a little about why the words speak to me and about the author of the quote as well and there will usually be a clickable link to more of their words or website if they have one.  Please click on these links  – honestly, they won’t hurt you!!

Today’s Wednesday’s Words …


I absolutely love this picture quote.  What’s not to love – sepia photography, a little girl, a raggle-taggle angel/fairy and beautiful words!

I am a I think I will fail, I think I will fall  kinda girl!  I have been that way for a long time.  But I am in the process of challenging myself to fly!  BOOM!  This is my quote!!!

So where did these beautiful words come from and who is this wise writer ~e.h. ?

I was not surprised to find that these words are part of a slightly longer poem ….

there is freedom

The surprise came when I researched ~e.h.  I found that Erin Hanson (because that is her real name) is a 20 year old Australian, who lives just outside of Brisbane!  You can read more of her amazing words here.  There is also a very interesting interview with Erin, published here  on The Positively Glamorous blog.

Step off today and fly!



Hi, I’m Mandy! Wandering my way through life using words. Family and friends. Connection and community. I care. I write. I share. I post every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and if you’d like receive updates via email please click HERE.

  1. Love those encouraging words. The What If question. A couple of years ago I had a bad knee sore back and lower back problems and felt old.
    The question same up what if I exercised and broke through my mindset of feeling old . I have been swimming in a pool and jogging in a pool now and am a lot fitter stronger and in better shape. The biggest schievement is that you can become free and break old mind patterns. There will be a constant conversation going on in your head on and off that you can’t do it “today”. You can if you push through. Believe you can fly.

  2. Today I flew….
    I put on my togs and bomb dived into the pool! It felt good.
    Good on you, Louise for freeing yourself. I’m on my way.

%d bloggers like this: