Being left makes you doubt your ability to keep people, even friends.
When people believe you have something to give, something no one else has, they'll go to great lengths and pay a lot of money for it.
But surprises were nothing new to her. Like opening a can of mushroom soup and finding tomato instead; be grateful and eat it anyway.
When you have to do something, you have to do it. Putting it off only makes it worse. Believe me, I know.
Everything had felt so precarious since her mother's death, like she was walking on a bridge made of paper.
When you know something's wrong, but you don't know exactly what it is, the air around you changes.
It was like the way you wanted sunshine on Saturdays, or pancakes for breakfast. They just mad you feel good.
When you're happy for yourself, it fills you. When you're happy for someone else, it pours over. It was almost too bright to watch.
Life is about experience... You can't hold on to everything
You are who you are, whether you like it or not, so why not like it?
Memories, even hard memories, grew soft like peaches as they grow older.
She looked like autumn, when leaves turned and fruit ripened.
She sometimes thought she was going crazy. Her first thought when she woke up was always how to get him out of her thoughts. And she would keep watch, hoping to see him next door, while plotting ways to never have to see him again.
She was so Southern that she cried tears that came straight from the Mississippi, and she always smelled faintly of cottonwood and peaches.
Sometimes people who had been together for a long time got to imagining that things used to be better, even when they weren't.
The next morning dawned bright and sweet, like ribbon candy.
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