Quotes I’ve written on post-its to stick on the wall in front of my desk, so I have some inspiring words when I take a break to stare into oblivion:
“Goonies Never Die.” –the goonies
“You are not a robot. You are a real person.” –friendly reminder to myself
“Up off your knees now and shatter the average.” –Buck 65
“I’m better than you.” –self riteous club promotion postcard
“Indifference is never creative.” –Elie Wiesel
“Maybe we aren’t really supposed to know what we’re supposed to do yet. Learning stuff is good enough for now, despite personal conflict.” –Marcie
“I believe in whisky, and very little else.” –Sam
“Poets have been mysteriously quiet on the subject of cheese.” –G.K. Chesterson
“Grey’s Anatomy is about people who can’t get their shit together. You hate that. So do I.” –K10
“You have to drive to Eugene to see if you can get Tool tickets, ya know?” –Bailey
“What I’m going to do is I can do whatever I want because I am special.” –One of the two coolest five year olds I know.
Also, there is a black and white picture of a duckling and another one of a wolf. The stuffed frog holds down the fort.
2 thoughts on “Quotes on post-its”
I'm going to have to steal that quote from the 5-year old for my office. Talk about empowering!
My cousin popped out two really smart kids at once. They always have word gems for me.