Friday, September 14, 2007

A Mechanic's Quote

Randy Rodgers is a local mechanic in Gallatin and a friend of mine. Yesterday, he read a beautiful essay at Rotary that really touched me. I found out that he wrote this essay. Randy cave me a copy, and I am riveted by these words - especially the last ones: "we try to stop and smell the roses but we really don't. We try to stop and enjoy the sunsets but we really don't. We complain about the rain when it's here and when it's not. We complain about the heat when it's hear and when it's not. And even someone's life we complain about when they are here and when they are not.

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