Don't turn over the rocks if you don't want to see the pale creatures who live under them.
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When you started thinking it was easy, you were forgetting what it cost.
My loneliness tasted like pennies.
What was the point in such loneliness among people. At least if you were by yourself, you had a good reason to be lonely.
Aquamarines grew with emeralds, Claire told me. But emeralds were fragile and always broke into smaller pieces, while aquamarines were stronger, grew in huge crystals without any trouble, so they weren't worth as much. It was the emerald that didn't break that was the really valuable thing.
The Santa Anas blew in hot from the desert, shriveling the last of the spring grass into whiskers of pale straw. Only the oleanders thrived, their delicate poisonous blooms, their dagger green leaves. We could not sleep in the hot dry nights, my mother and I.
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I have been enjoying my return to modeling. That's where my career started many years ago.