September 3, 2008

A simple request...

Since we've moved into our new house, I've of course been chomping at the bits to get things on the wall. However, I really want to do it right the first time, so I'm taking my time in deciding where everything goes. I think this is counter-productive, because I just end up thinking too much about it.

I think I've decided that I want to do some wall somewhere in here that has a bunch of quotes framed all over it. I LOVE quotes, probably because I am not eloquent enough to express things myself, and there are so many others that say what I'm thinking so much better than I ever could. My problem is that I never write down all those quotes I find, or I write them down, and throw them, on scraps, into my vortex (aka purse), or somewhere else where I'm sure I'll find them later.

SO. All this is getting to me asking a favor of you all (all meaning the two people that actually read this). Please help me to round up the best quotes EVER by posting your favorite one in the comments section of this post. I'm sure you all have at least one good one- funny, serious, motivational, or whatever- don't be shy. just post it up there, and help me out a little. Also, it's nice to have a little piece of the people we care about!

Thanks for all your help, and I look forward to reading your quotes!

P.S. Here's a favorite one of mine. I can't really say I have a favorite, because there are so many wonderful ones. It's like trying to choose a piece of watermelon- I don't want to pick one, I just want to eat them all...

"Be who you are and say what you want because the people that care don't matter and the people that matter don't care."
Dr. Suess


Megan said...

Hopefully the kiddies will go to bed peacefully tonight and I can sit down and write you a massive email. I have so much info for you. Or I could try and call you on the weekend when Rhett can play with the kids for a while. =)

JAG said...

"The chief cause of failure and unhappiness is trading what you want most for what you want at the moment."

Margot said...

"He drew a circle that shut me out Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout But love and I had the wit to win; We drew a circle that took him in." -
-- Edwin markham