If Our Walls Could Talk

Admittedly, I stole this idea from other blogs that I read. I’ve seen other bloggers post some of the funny things that are said around their house either by their husband or children, and most of the time those posts make me smile or laugh. Also, when we were in college we had a friend who always told me that I should write down the things that Andy says and turn it into a book one day. Well this isn’t a book, but close enough? Ha.

I started collecting the quotes about a month ago at the end of our time in Wake Forest. I told Andy about it and told him that we could both add to the collection and both veto anything that we didn’t want to be put on the blog to prevent unwanted embarrassment. (We’re both introverts, can you tell?)

Sarah: Katherine is just a really well connected person. She talks to like everybody.
Andy: What a pain. Or do you think she enjoys it?
Sarah: No, I think she likes it.
Andy: Well, good for her then.

Discussing Our Financials…
Andy: 
Another option is that we could withdraw everything, buy the most expensive car we can find and go out in a blaze of glory.
Me:
Andy: I’m just saying it could happen.

After attempting to cancel our phone service for the 3rd time that we didn’t want in the first place…
Me: 
Those crazy AT&T people.
Andy: At least they aren’t crazy AT-AT people.

Andy: We could watch Metropolis.
Sarah: Is it short?
Andy: It is two plus hours of silent, black and white, sci-fi goodness.
Sarah: When did you start liking silent black and white movies?
Andy: Never seen one.

An excellently executed April Fools' joke from our Junior year of college.
An excellently executed (by me) April Fools’ joke from our Junior year of college.

Adding red pepper flakes to a dish while cooking…
Andy:
Too hot to handle, and I’m not just talking about the cook.

After our first yoga class that ended with 10 minutes of total relaxation (laying on a pillow under a blanket)…
Sarah: I’ve struck exercise gold.

Discussing the quote log…
Andy: 
My biographer will be really grateful to you for that. Maybe you could Google some Gandhi quotes and put those down.

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”
-Mahatma Gandhi

…and that’s all folks! 🙂

p.s. While proof-reading this post to approve the quotes…
Andy:  Now, do you think this is going to mess with our book sales?

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