Lessons Learnt in 2013


As we countdown the last couple of days of 2013 we would like to share the lessons we have learnt in 2013.

First up is Kathy,

So much has changed this past year that has effected my life and has had a profound impact on how I view my daily living. I’ve had several close friends die, others who are still in a battle for their lives, new babies announced  in our family that are on the way, new family members added and my oldest child preparing to go off to college.  The older I get, the more I truly grasp how precious life really is and how family and friends are what undoubtedly matter in this world.  This year, my biggest lesson learned is to really try to breath in every day what is happening around me… to genuinely enjoy what I am doing at that very moment I am doing it… not worrying if I am going to be tired the next day at work or that I am not getting downtime on the weekend to relax . Life is a vapor and I want to be sure I’m  taking it all in and not missing a thing.  Owning a business, you can get caught up in making a living, but it is always good to remember that this IS only a living and not a life. “Life is short, break the rules, forgive quickly, kiss slowly, love truly, laugh uncontrollably, and never regret anything that made you smile.”


TELL everyone you love, that you love them.


It is against the city law in San Antonio to carry any knife, any length blade if it’s lock is open.


Love is the supreme expression of life, it is the essence and ground of all creation.


No matter how much you want to find the good in someone, sometimes it’s just not there.


Truly stop what you are doing when your child speaks to you & listen…


When the world disappoints you, just compensate with your imagination.


Change does not come without hard work!


Don’t judge people by first impressions. Everyone is capable of surprising you.


2013 is the year I become a father for the first time. And it took one little cry to learn what a miracle is.

These are some life lessons we have learnt. Hope you enjoyed reading them!

See you in 2014!

– Rudkin Crew

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