Aimee Friedman Famous Quotes & Sayings

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15 Aimee Friedman Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Aimee Friedman Sayings: Come find me," Leo put in, his gaze full of understanding. "Whenever you want. I'll Come find me," Leo put in, his gaze full of understanding. "Whenever you want. I'll be here.
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Aimee Friedman Sayings: Summer-induced stupidity. That was the diagnosis ... Summer-induced stupidity. That was the diagnosis ...
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Aimee Friedman Sayings: By not asking too much, you can believe in almost anything..like..a starry night in the By not asking too much, you can believe in almost anything..like..a starry night in the mountains, or even the existence of fate.
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Aimee Friedman Sayings: When people went on vacation, they shed their home skins, thought they could be a When people went on vacation, they shed their home skins, thought they could be a new person.
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Aimee Friedman Sayings: Parents aren't supposed to cry. Or get scared. Or lie. Right? I thought I knew Parents aren't supposed to cry. Or get scared. Or lie. Right? I thought I knew all the rules. But there are no rules.
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Aimee Friedman Sayings: But, standing in the fading golden sunlight now, I can feel some of the scars But, standing in the fading golden sunlight now, I can feel some of the scars of the summer stabbing over. I can feel the promise of a new beginning.
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Aimee Friedman Sayings: I watched the land for as long as I could, until it disappeared behind its I watched the land for as long as I could, until it disappeared behind its shawl of mist, and until I had it fixed in my mind - unchanged, mysterious and beautiful
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Aimee Friedman Sayings: I couldn't think. The basics of my life seemed altered and thrown into question. After I couldn't think. The basics of my life seemed altered and thrown into question. After all, our families
our ancestors
are our identities. Biology is destiny.
I'm not who you think I am, I had said to T.J. the last time I'd seen him. Maybe I wasn't who I'd thought I was either.
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Aimee Friedman Sayings: I want to tell her that promises are as dangerous as secrets, but by then I want to tell her that promises are as dangerous as secrets, but by then she's floating out the door. I hear her light footsteps on the stairs, and then the front door slams.
Aimee Friedman Sayings: I don't want to mar the moment with questions. By not asking too much, you I don't want to mar the moment with questions. By not asking too much, you can believe in almost anything.
Aimee Friedman Sayings: There's this magical sense of possibility that stretches like a bridge between June and August. There's this magical sense of possibility that stretches like a bridge between June and August. A sense that anything can happen.
Aimee Friedman Sayings: My skin prickled and I looked back at the ocean. None of us ask for My skin prickled and I looked back at the ocean. None of us ask for the things we inherit; they are thrust upon us, willy-nilly. Like The Marine, I suddenly understood. Mom and I weren't trespassing. This house was ours. This view was ours. And that seemed as absurd and unreal as the stories Sailor Hat had spun for me on the ferry.
Aimee Friedman Sayings: ...Promises are more dangerous then secrets. ...Promises are more dangerous then secrets.
Aimee Friedman Sayings: It struck me then how much the past - not just the past but history It struck me then how much the past - not just the past but history and family - was like the ocean tide. It was always the same ocean, but the waves made it fresh and new each time.
Aimee Friedman Sayings: I think those of us who can't sleep dream better than anyone else,' Emmaline whispers I think those of us who can't sleep dream better than anyone else,' Emmaline whispers with a smile. 'After all, we get to own the night.