Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Thank You Annie

"You have to find something that you love enough to be able to take risks, jump over the hurdles and break through the brick walls that are always going to be placed in front of you. If you don't have that kind of feeling for what it is you are doing, you'll stop at the first giant hurdle." - George Lucas

Annie has been the inspiration for me to take risks; leap hurdles; and break through brickwalls in the last 18 months - more than anyone will ever know.

I love you hun - thank you x

6 comments:

Annie said...

Aw.. I love you too xxx Thanks for always holding my hand xxx

Sriram said...

Dear Trevor & Annie,

Awesome pic! U guys make a terrific pair. Thank u so much for ur valuable support & help that u hav rendered in helping me set up my blog. I will forever be in debt to u.

Trevor: I jus finished reading ur book SIMPLICITY and i must say its a very nice & well written book. Its simple, succint, crisp and "hits the nail on its head"! Keep up the good work & waiting for ur second book release.

Trevor Gay said...

Hi Sriram

Thanks a lot. We think we are a terrific pair too :-)

Loving someone and having someone love you is very special.

You are not in our debt. We are delighted to help. I know you would do the same. I have had great help during my career from many people. Life and work is all about helping each other.

I am glad you liked the book and hope you will recommend it to your friends. You can publish a customer testimonial on Amazon.co.uk at this link if you want to. No pressure so don't feel you have to.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/190423531X/qid%3D1107188769/sr%3D1-3/ref%3Dsr%5F1%5F8%5F3/202-5199809-6897444

mike said...

I get it now, Trevor. Your photos are almost always of you (or you and Annie) sitting in some fantastic place holding a glass of grape. How can I get a job like that, too?

Felix Gerena said...

A very smart appreciation, Mike.

Trevor Gay said...

You are presumably unaware that wine for Annie and I is consumed purely in the interest of research.

We have an academic resarch requirement to 'study' a bottle or two a week as part of a highly complex academic research programme for the 'University of Wine Makers' We look at the relative maturity element of the grape given varying atmoshperic conditions in various location and settings in the continent of Europe - particularly the UK ....

....and if you believe that Mike and Felix then you have convinced me I could sell ice to eskimos :-)

Take care guys