Never miss a chance to use the restroom.
Don’t eat in the same genre of restaurant twice in one day.
Fight for what’s important.
Respect the individuality of your offspring.
Sometimes a weed is really a beautiful wildflower — it all depends on how you look at it.
Peaches taste best right off the tree, peeled and pitted, and mounded into a big bowl to catch the juice.
Enjoy life while you can.
Despite their academic, social, and scholarly achievements (and there were many), the things I remember most about my grandparents are the little ones: the things that truly make up a life. Some of them I learned by what they said and did, and others I learned from the mistakes they made. But all of them ring true.
What gems of wisdom did receive from your grandparents? I’d love to hear about them in the comments below.