Quotes Worth a Second Look
When I read, I write down lines that impact me. Here are a few for you to ponder.
He’d never thought much about silence, but now he knew its every shape and contour. It was a cheap glass jar that trapped old voices and kept them fresh. Angel Falls by Kristin Hannah p.111
We must know how to design our lives. We are all artists and each day is a canvas. Paris Letters by Janice MacLeod p. 204
I’m getting tired of my own innocence. The Water is Wide by Pat Conroy p.9
We lead out lives like water flowing down a hill, going more or less in one direction until we splash into something that forces us to find a new course. Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden p. 106
...But when he went to bed, he could not sleep. The questions followed him from side to side as he tossed. The Cat Who Ate Danish Modern by Lillian Jackson Brown p.131
…People enjoying the heat, sat on their porches, doors and windows open wide and inviting, as the lazy breeze surrounded them, carrying the lift of their laughter into the calm night. Whiskey Cove by Denise Frisino p.101