Like many of you, I love to collect great quotes. Whether from throughout history, or more recently, I am always on the lookout for a great quote.
I know there are a lot of “famous quote” sites out there, and a quick Google search will net you many good sources …
I recently came across this blog, called “All About Manners.”
I liked the way they had this particular list, called “35 Manners Quotes,” but there were some other features of the blog I really enjoyed.
I like the way, in this list for example, they put the author/speaker of the quote underneath the quote, with the author’s name being an actual live link to a list of that person’s quotes.
Plus, I enjoyed some other informative and entertaining features about subjects like poetry; there was even a list of “Top Nursery Rhymes” which had a really good history of each.
Below, I’ve got a link to the “Manners Quotes,” which includes this one by Fred Astaire:
“The hardest job kids face today is learning good manners without seeing any.”
Working with young children (which is another reason I like the Nursery Rhyme history), I really liked that one.
Here’s a direct link to the Quotes List from “All About Manners”: