End-of-the-Year Quotes to Ponder
I love quoting quotes! Here are a few I found recently. Enjoy!
What had once been love had eroded, the edges worn away until it was like a small,smooth stone she carried in her pocket and ran her fingers over once in a while.
The Miracle Baby by Janice Kay Johnson
She read somewhere that first love never truly disappears, that it’s always there, under the surface, lingering there, waiting like dry tinder that only needs the touch of a match, a spark, to ignite.
Wicked Game by Lisa Jackson and Nancy Bush
Experience is less likely to teach us how to bid our dearest possessions adieu…for we hold our dearest possessions more closely than our friends.
A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles
By engaging in the process (of self-discovery) of becoming more integrated and aware, we learn that the most important relationship is the one we have with ourselves.
Women Rowing North by Mary Pipher
She hoped until she believed and then she believed until she knew.
Twelve Little Cakes by Dominika Dery