Good Days And Bad Days Quotes by Dan Savage, Alice Morse Earle, Thomas Friedman, Malcolm Forbes, Eric Gagne, Adnan and many others.
TV commercials make parenting look like there are going to be good days and bad days – like, it’ll be this gentle wave, like you’ll have a blissed-out, really wonderful day or two, and then, you know, then you’ll have an issue. And what parenting is, is kind of earthquake.
Every day may not be good… but there’s something good in every day
If we don’t have a more serious energy policy, the difference between a good day and bad day for America from here on will hinge on how the 86-year-old king of Saudi Arabia manages…change.
Some days are for living. Others are for getting through.
I have good days and bad days, but they aren’t much different.
QUOTES BOUQUET: You Have To Fight Through Some Bad Days To Earn The Best Days Of Your Life
I think one thing we went through was common to a lot of people: You work your whole life to achieve something, then you achieve it and find out that you still have good days and bad days. So you start thinking, ‘Is that all there is?’ After a while you calm down and get back to work.
I know what it feels like to struggle with your weight, and it makes me understand why women get attached to numbers on a scale or a dress size. It doesn’t mean that I have gotten over all of it myself, because I have good days and bad days just like everyone else.
You have to remember that the hard days are what make you stronger. The bad days make you realize what a good day is. If you never had any bad days, you would never have that sense of accomplishment!
In the periods of my life when I’ve had least contact with the Church, I’ve always assumed a belief in God is a solid thing, but clearly it’s a relationship; it has good days and bad days.
There are good days and there are bad days, and this is one of them.
You have good days, you have bad days. But the main thing is to grow mentally.
I like the challenge of getting players to rise to certain levels, but that’s the easy part. The biggest challenge is to get them to believe in what we’re doing. They have to understand that it’s O.K. to have good days and bad days.
In reality, anybody who’s a woman knows that you’ve got your good days and bad days, just like anybody else. I’ve been lucky with a lot of shows that I’ve worked on, where they are comfortable with the idea that women are not just one thing, and we can be contradiction.
There are some days I take my violin out and it feels dreadful, like nothing is responding, and I want to sell it and get rid of it. And the next day suddenly the skies open up and the sound is glorious again. So it’s like a relationship: There are good days and bad days.
You have good days and bad days, and depression’s something that, you know, is always with you.