Idiom : ‎”There’s no grass growing under my/his/her/their feet!”

”There’s no grass growing under my/his/her/their feet!”

I love this expression and use it often.

You would you use it to refer to someone who doesn’t stay idle. Someone ambitious.

Meaning if an object sits in one place to too long, then eventually the grass would begin to grow underneath it.

If there is ”no grass” growing under someone’s feet, this can be used as a compliment because they are not standing around doing nothing.

I can use this expression to describe many people in my life.   :-)…Cindy

YOUTUBE VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85-U-oKjUQ4&feature=youtu.be

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