Quotes Collection Part Nine

You only have to have been following me for a minute, to know i’m a SAGA fan. I read issue #44 back in July 2017 and was immediately drawn to the above text. It struck a chord in me and made me sit back as go “Shit, that sounds about right”.

I sat back and thought about all the things I was passionate about, and all the times I’d done stupid don’t-do-it things, and came to the conclusion that Brian was 100% on the money.

I’m lucky that this fact doesn’t bother me. I like to think I have to pretty open minded and compassionate parents who taught me good values and morals – even if I didn’t always follow them.

I found it interesting to ponder and the more I thought on it, the more I could see how the lives my parents lived with their parents had shaped them to be who they are.

SAGA, always providing food for thought! Seriously, if you haven’t picked this series up yet you really should. Here is another SAGA tidbit from back in late 2015.

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Until next time, enjoy your shelves :-).

2 thoughts on “Quotes Collection Part Nine

  1. Saga is really one of those series that is so universally loved. I have the first installment actually but have yet to pick it up. That quote rings with incredible truth though. Not just parental influences but I believe that it takes a village to raise a child so you have people who influence parents, family, friends. Like you mention, it’s a trickle down effect. I had no idea the series was so thought provoking, I’ll have to move it up on my reading list. Brilliant babble installment Sarah! ♡♡♡

    • Oh you’ll love it Kelly. I’ve gotten my mother addicted. It took her two months to be caught up with four years worth of the series. It really becomes addictive. Great cast, some deep meanings running through, but’s lots of humour as well.

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