A Stitch In Time
“A stitch in time, save nine.”
Thanks to the stock providers.
Sooner is always easier than later.
Unless, we could go back in time; but, how far back would you need to go?
in our Play on Words contest!
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without their help, the final decision would have taken a great deal longer.
All entries were creative and the messages were fantastic!
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"Change Your Mind!"
Excellent use of the idiom. Great execution in bringing all of the elements together as well.
As an American facing the season of presidential campaigning at the moment, I can appreciate
the humor in your choice of colors also, as well as the metaphor behind it. Fantastic work!
But similar to yours we have: "Don´t leave for tomorrow what you can do today. And another very interesting two ones: "Dress me slowly to rush" and "Not for much steady wins". The first one means that you have to do the things slow and carefully if you are hurry to avoid mistakes and to have repeat them which could delay you. And the second one means that you have to do the things not before time. These are translations from Google. Maybe they are English sayings. The literal translation are: "Dress me slowly because I´m hurry" and "Not by rise early dawn before"
I didn´t know that about Canada. Very curious weather. I thought, (I don´t know why) that weather was very cold in Winter and 21 or 22 degrees in Summer.