If our walls could speak...
"I have always been a quote person. I collect them like stamps from everywhere we go.
Most of them I can remember where I was when I read it for the first time. I decided to
put some of my favorites on the walls of the office. They are like pictures of my friends.
Sometimes people will ask who said that or what does that mean or can I copy that down.
I thought it would be fun to put them on our website and the reason I selected them.
I hope they inspire you to a better life!"
This is a quote from a song by a group called the Weepies. They are one of my
favorites, a husband and wife that perform together. The line is from a song called "Citywide Rodeo"
and is a reminder that we can all create a life that is fun. You can find them at their website
I found this quote on a banner in one of our favorite restaurants in Breckenridge, Colorado.
The place is call the "Blue Moose" and is a locals place for breakfast. They make great everything and have lots of interesting visitors.
Bring cash as they don't take credit cards! The quote was made by none other that Mother Theresa. It's a quote that is simple to say
and difficult to do, but always a good reminder on how to live our lives!
This quote was chosen at the request of my wife. Joyce Meyer, a Christian speaker, uses it often and is her twist on
the scripture verse that reads, "As a man thinketh, so is he." Proverbs 23:7 It is a reminder to "think about what you are thinking about",
because what you think about will lead you somewhere!
My wife and I are Seinfeld fans. I think we have watched every episode a thousand times.
This quote came in the first season of the show, but it shows Jerry's unique ability to take a different slant on a theme.
If you get a chance to see him live, get there ON TIME and be prepared to laugh for an hour and a half straight. He's never let us down!
This is one of my favorite verses.
It is a reminder to me that our heart condition is of great concern to God. It keeps me striving to be the best I can be.
This is a quote from William Wallace in the movie, "Braveheart" played by Mel Gibson. It is a reminder that going through life is not necessarily living. We must all find our "Braveheart" as we discover what we were put here to accomplish.
This quote is straight from the lips of "Honest Abe" so it must be true. It takes personal responsibility to a whole new level!
This quote speaks to the power of our words, both positive and negative. It should be a good reminder to watch what we say. Proverbs 18:21