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Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Morrow Lindbergh: My diaries were written primarily, I think, not to preserve the experience but to savor My diaries were written primarily, I think, not to preserve the experience but to savor it, to make it even more real, more visible and palpable, than in actual life. For in our family an experience was not finished, not truly experienced, unless written down or shared with another. — Anne Morrow Lindbergh
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Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: Slowly, after dozens of rejection slips and failures and false starts and postponed dreamswhat Langston Slowly, after dozens of rejection slips and failures and false starts and postponed dreams
what Langston Hughes called dreams deferred
I stepped onto the hallowed ground of being a published novelist, and then, fifteen years later, I started to make real money. — Anne Lamott
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Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Perry: He actually cared. It was an odd friendship- awkward, grown slowly from beginnings of mutual He actually cared. It was an odd friendship- awkward, grown slowly from beginnings of mutual contempt- but it was real nonetheless. — Anne Perry
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Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Wilson Schaef: We have finally started to notice that there is real curative value in local herbs We have finally started to notice that there is real curative value in local herbs and remedies. In fact, we are also becoming aware that there are little or no side effects to most natural remedies, and that they are often more effective than Western medicine. — Anne Wilson Schaef
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Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: Mostly what happens in the novels never happened in real life. Mostly what happens in the novels never happened in real life. — Anne Lamott
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Bogart: A gym for the soul is a place where personal investment is required and the A gym for the soul is a place where personal investment is required and the return is real. — Anne Bogart
Anne B Real Sayings By Paul Rudnick: I just saw Titanic, which is a $200 million film about a real-life disaster at I just saw Titanic, which is a $200 million film about a real-life disaster at sea, but according to Hollywood Logic, none of the actual passengers was interesting enough, so the writer-director had to invent a Romeo and Juliet-style fictional couple to heat up the catastrophe. This seems a tiny bit like giving Anne Frank a wacky best friend, to perk up that attic. — Paul Rudnick
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Rice: Because if it's really true that there's no order, then anything can happen to us. Because if it's really true that there's no order, then anything can happen to us. Anything at all. There's no real natural law, no right and wrong that's immutable, and the world is suddenly a savage place where any number of things can go wrong. — Anne Rice
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Beatts: There was this real fear in doing 'Square Pegs' after getting such a fast ride There was this real fear in doing 'Square Pegs' after getting such a fast ride to glory on 'Saturday Night Live'. I was afraid that the word would be 'peaks early, fails to live up to promise.' — Anne Beatts
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: He lost the great big outward thing, the good- looking package, and the real parts He lost the great big outward thing, the good- looking package, and the real parts endured. They shine through like crazy, the brillian mind and humor, the depth of generosity, the intense blue yes, those beautiful hands. — Anne Lamott
Anne B Real Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: If a kiss could be seen I think it would look like a violet,' said If a kiss could be seen I think it would look like a violet,' said Priscilla.
Anne glowed.
'I'm so glad you spoke that thought, Priscilla, instead of just thinking it and keeping it to yourself. This world would be a much more interesting place ... although it is very interesting, anyhow ... if people spoke out their real thoughts. — L.M. Montgomery
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Rice: It was haunted; but real hauntings have nothing to do with ghosts finally; they have It was haunted; but real hauntings have nothing to do with ghosts finally; they have to do with the menace of memory. — Anne Rice
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Frasier: But the pop-up suburb has an incomplete feel to it like something that just wasn't But the pop-up suburb has an incomplete feel to it like something that just wasn't right, wasn't quite real, almost like a movie set. When people raised families in that sterile environment, it produced directionless children who became directionless teenagers, then directionless adults. With no roots, no past to stand on, you got hollow kids. — Anne Frasier
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: When you're conscious and writing from a place of insight and simplicity and real caring When you're conscious and writing from a place of insight and simplicity and real caring about the truth, you have the ability to throw the lights on for your reader. — Anne Lamott
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Tyler: I expect that any day now, I will have said all I have to say; I expect that any day now, I will have said all I have to say; I'll have used up all my characters, and then I'll be free to get on with my real life. — Anne Tyler
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Morrow Lindbergh: I feel a hunger now- a real hunger-for letting the pool still itself & seeing I feel a hunger now- a real hunger-for letting the pool still itself & seeing the reflections. — Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Fletcher: I'm always open to somebody else having a better idea, but I feel like, if I'm always open to somebody else having a better idea, but I feel like, if it feels real, then people aren't thinking about it and they're just doing the acting of it. — Anne Fletcher
Anne B Real Sayings By Julie Anne Long: And in his weariness, only one word came to Jonathan, like a prayer. Tommy, he And in his weariness, only one word came to Jonathan, like a prayer. Tommy, he thought, invoking what was good and real. Tommy. The word for love in his world right now. Tommy. And he supposed the word that occurred to you in your darkest moments ... well, that word meant love. That was perhaps how you knew. And perhaps that was the purpose of dark moments. — Julie Anne Long
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: And I felt like my heart had been so thoroughly and irreparably broken that there And I felt like my heart had been so thoroughly and irreparably broken that there could be no real joy again, that at best there might eventually be a little contentment. Everyone wanted me to get help and rejoin life, pick up the pieces and move on, and I tried to, I wanted to, but I just had to lie in the mud with my arms wrapped around myself, eyes closed, grieving, until I didn't have to anymore. — Anne Lamott
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Enright: Write whatever way you like. Fiction is made of words on a page; reality is Write whatever way you like. Fiction is made of words on a page; reality is made of something else. It doesn't matter how "real" your story is, or how "made up": what matters is its necessity. — Anne Enright
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: The real payoff is the writing itself, that a day when you have gotten your The real payoff is the writing itself, that a day when you have gotten your work done is a good day, that total dedication is the point. — Anne Lamott
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Perry: is not the time you spend with someone, it is what happens in that time. is not the time you spend with someone, it is what happens in that time. I have known people for years, and yet never met the real person inside, if there is one. Others I have spoken with for only an hour or two, and yet what was said had meaning and honesty that will last forever. — Anne Perry
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Frank: I never utter my real feelings about anything. My lighter, superficial side will always be I never utter my real feelings about anything. My lighter, superficial side will always be too quick for the deeper side of me, and that's why it always wins. — Anne Frank
Anne B Real Sayings By Judith McNaught: Childhood romances always seem so real, so enduring, when we are separated from the object Childhood romances always seem so real, so enduring, when we are separated from the object of our affection. But usually, when we return, we find that our dreams and memories quiet surpassed reality.
-Lady Anne, Whitney's aunt — Judith McNaught
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: Becoming a writer is about becoming conscious. When you're conscious and writing from a place Becoming a writer is about becoming conscious. When you're conscious and writing from a place of insight and simplicity and real caring about the truth, you have the ability to throw the lights on for your reader. He or she will recognize his or her life and truth in what you say, in the pictures you have painted, and this decreases the terrible sense of isolation that we have all had too much of. — Anne Lamott
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: Remember the scene in Cat Ballou where a very drunk Lee Marvin goes from unconscious Remember the scene in Cat Ballou where a very drunk Lee Marvin goes from unconscious to ranting to triumphant to roaring to weeping defeat, and then finally passes out? One of the men watching him says, with real awe, "I never seen a man get through a day so fast." Don't let this be you. — Anne Lamott
Anne B Real Sayings By Katherine Anne Porter: There has been a marvelous joyous carnival of mourning for Edith Piaf and Jean Coctaeau, There has been a marvelous joyous carnival of mourning for Edith Piaf and Jean Coctaeau, and it was real! They died as they had lived, with style and grace and their proper eccentricity; and Paris loves anybody who can live anarchically and be delightful entertainment at the same time. So do I. — Katherine Anne Porter
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Heche: What's so beautiful about breasts is their uniqueness. I don't understand the obsession with fakeness. What's so beautiful about breasts is their uniqueness. I don't understand the obsession with fakeness. It's a very odd thing, isn't it, to prefer fake and big to small and unique or just beautiful and real. — Anne Heche
Anne B Real Sayings By Anne Lamott: I learned that opening myself to my own love and to life's tough loveliness not I learned that opening myself to my own love and to life's tough loveliness not only was the most delicious, amazing thing on earth but also was quantum. It would radiate out to a cold, hungry world. Beautiful moments heal, as do real cocoa, Pete Seeger, a walk on old fire roads. — Anne Lamott
Anne B Real Sayings By Kat Rosenfield: For many, the emotional trauma of a broken heart can manifest as real, physical pain. For many, the emotional trauma of a broken heart can manifest as real, physical pain. — Kat Rosenfield