Life and Windows

“We all have neighbors. Greet them on the sidewalk or in the elevator, but try not to peer through their windows. Windows are to look out from, not into.” – Alexandra Stoddard

“Every so often, I like to go to the window, look up, and smile for a satellite picture.” – Stephen Wright

“The doctor says to the patient, ‘Take your clothes off and stick your tongue out the window’. ‘What will that do?’ asks the patient. The doctor says, ‘I’m mad at my neighbor!’ – Henny Youngman

“I have forgotten your love; yet, I seem to glimpse you in every window.” – Pablo Neruda

“Marriage is an alliance entered into by a man who can’t sleep with the window shut, and a woman who can’t sleep with the window open.” – George Bernard Shaw

“A room can be dark because you have closed the windows and you have closed the curtains. But the Sun is still shining outside and the air is still fresh out there. In order to get that Sun and that fresh air, you have to get up and open the window and draw the curtains apart. Forgiveness is like this.” – Desmond Tutu

“The room is so small, but so small, when I put the key in, I broke the window!” – Henny Youngman

“Between 7 AM and 8.30 AM on Tuesday 8 March, all of our broadband customers lost internet connectivity as a result of a planned maintenance on our network over-running from its intended 4 AM to 6 AM window.” – Neil Armstrong

“My new house has a deck that wraps around my writing room; my writing room has many windows, and outside the windows I’ve hung bird feeders… for enticing different species. So I imagine I will be writing about that.” – Julia Cameron