“I had never been over there before. I walked in and asked [visiting clubhouse manger] Mark Stowe, 'Which way do I go?' That was weird. It's just weird parking in the parking lot and going to the other clubhouse.”
“Christmas is more than a time of music, merriment and mirth;
it is a season of meditation, mangers and miracles.
Christmas is more than a time of carols, cards and candy;
it is a season of dedication and decision.”
“In each of them, like in the manger of Bethlehem, Jesus knocks at the door of our hearts, asking that we make room for him in our lives. God is like this. He does not impose, he never enters with force, but like a child asks to be welcomed.”
“I just walked in [the clubhouse] and said that was one of our toughest losses but one of the best losses that I can remember in a long time, just because of what the club showed. It was so impressive watching the team compete like that. That was really impressive, and they deserved to be complimented.”
“I know if I walk in the clubhouse tomorrow morning and I say, 'I'm not going to be able to get on the field until I have some,' I feel fairly certain I could find some. Until recently, it's been sitting up in plain sight. ... You see what you see.”