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Home Going Sayings By Diana Pharaoh Francis: How the hell was she going to fight them?With style. She could almost hear Niko's How the hell was she going to fight them?
With style. She could almost hear Niko's voice. She grinned, despite herself. Do try not to die, won't you? That was Tyler. It would have been followed by a delicate yawn. And Oz: Keep your head down and don't be stupid. Lise: Bitch, do not even think about leaving me alone with all this testosterone. Giselle: You can't win if you die, so suck it up. Tutresiel: Princess, you aren't even trying if you're dying.
And Alexander: Come home. — Diana Pharaoh Francis
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Home Going Sayings By Ryan Montgomery: I still wanted to get into the NBA. I was still on the team, I I still wanted to get into the NBA. I was still on the team, I was a starting point guard and I was on and off the team because of my grades. That was the thing, discipline, discipline, discipline, and then I was going home to a very strict dad. He ran the house like the military. — Ryan Montgomery
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Home Going Sayings By Cindy Gerard: Nose to nose with her, he gave her his best bad dog snarl. You've forgotten Nose to nose with her, he gave her his best bad dog snarl. You've forgotten who and what you're dealing with here, princess. So let me jar your memory. I'm not on your father's short list of men you can bring home to dinner. I'm not a nice man. So if all you're looking for is sex ... just keep this up and you're liable to get it. And don't expect some polite little in-and-out and 'oh darling, that was lovely.' You come to my bed, I'm going to fuck you, and there won't be anything polite about it. — Cindy Gerard
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Home Going Sayings By Yelawolf: My homies in Gadsden aren't as exposed as I am culturally, which is awesome - My homies in Gadsden aren't as exposed as I am culturally, which is awesome - that's why I love going home. I'm in the kitchen with people who don't know anything but the simple life, what's important to them, and what's dope. — Yelawolf
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Home Going Sayings By Augustus Baldwin Longstreet: Ned made a tremendous rattling, at which Bullet took fright, broke his bridle, and dashed Ned made a tremendous rattling, at which Bullet took fright, broke his bridle, and dashed off in grand style; and would have stopped all farther negotiations by going home in disgust, had not a traveller arrested him and brought him back; but Kit did not move. — Augustus Baldwin Longstreet
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Home Going Sayings By Madeleine L'Engle: Maybe that's the best part of going away for a vacation-coming home again. Maybe that's the best part of going away for a vacation-coming home again. — Madeleine L'Engle
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Home Going Sayings By Kunal Sen: There would remain no sign of you ever having played in this house. Your childhood There would remain no sign of you ever having played in this house. Your childhood is going to be swept under a camel-skin rug and elevators are going to be built over the lake we once swam in. This address, as we know it, would be lost forever and we'll wake up in a box-sized room: cramped, trampled and sensationally unhappy.'
('Left from Dhakeshwari') — Kunal Sen
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Home Going Sayings By Mark Helprin: You'll be shot," they cautioned. "No. I won't be shot. I'm going to shoot them, You'll be shot," they cautioned. "No. I won't be shot. I'm going to shoot them, and then I'll go home. I'll be perfectly safe. I can see the future, and the clouds are lifting." "You can see the future? How can you see the future?" "I know enough now about the patterns of the past to see the darkness of the future unraveling before the golden light of time. Behind the clouds is the dawn. How can I possibly know such things? The fact is, I do. So watch out. — Mark Helprin
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Home Going Sayings By Dakota Gray: Her scent assails me, and I want to drop to my fucking knees. I snatch Her scent assails me, and I want to drop to my fucking knees. I snatch them before she changes her mind about giving them to me. "You're going home with me. — Dakota Gray
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Home Going Sayings By Paul Smith: The first important [step] one was going to school. There was an advantage as there The first important [step] one was going to school. There was an advantage as there was a one-room schoolhouse that was within walking distance of my home. I went there being very shy, but I fit in quickly, and I was nurtured by a very dedicated and caring teacher, Magdalen George, who we referred to as Miss George. She was my teacher for a full seven years. — Paul Smith
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Home Going Sayings By Joanna Lumley: All the trouble you will cause by not leaving a will. All the heartache! Family All the trouble you will cause by not leaving a will. All the heartache! Family feuds are going to happen anyway, so be as clear as you can. And even if it's only to leave it to the cat's home, make a will. — Joanna Lumley
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Home Going Sayings By Gustave Le Bon: To bring home conviction to crowds it is necessary first of all to thoroughly comprehend To bring home conviction to crowds it is necessary first of all to thoroughly comprehend the sentiments by which they are animated, to pretend to share these sentiments, then to endeavour to modify them by calling up, by means of rudimentary associations, certain eminently suggestive notions, to be capable, if need be, of going back to the point of view from which a start was made, and, above all, to divine from instant to instant the sentiments to which one's discourse is giving birth. — Gustave Le Bon
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Home Going Sayings By Ray Bradbury: And suddenly she was so strange he couldn't believe he knew her at all. He And suddenly she was so strange he couldn't believe he knew her at all. He was in someone else's house, like those other jokes people told of the gentleman, drunk, coming home late late at night, unlocking the wrong door, entering a wrong room, and bedding with a stranger and getting up early and going to work and neither of them the wiser. — Ray Bradbury
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Home Going Sayings By Domhnall Gleeson: Going home, spending time with the family, I feel they're my friends as well, all Going home, spending time with the family, I feel they're my friends as well, all of them. I look forward to meeting any one of them for a coffee, and when we all get together, I just love it. — Domhnall Gleeson
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Home Going Sayings By James Baldwin: Perhaps, as we say in America, I wanted to find myself. This is an interesting Perhaps, as we say in America, I wanted to find myself. This is an interesting phrase, not current as far as I know in the language of any other people, which certainly does not mean what it says but betrays a nagging suspicion that something has been misplaced. I think now that if I had any intimation that the self I was going to find would turn out to be only the same self from which I had spent so much time in flight, I would have stayed at home. — James Baldwin
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Home Going Sayings By Jonathan Davis: When you live on the road, going home is a place to escape and just When you live on the road, going home is a place to escape and just be with your family to unwind. — Jonathan Davis
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Home Going Sayings By Cassia Leo: I guess we need to keep adjusting our dreams to fit reality, because life is I guess we need to keep adjusting our dreams to fit reality, because life is not going to cooperate. Maybe this makes me a defeatist, but I'd prefer to think of myself as realist. — Cassia Leo
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Home Going Sayings By B.B. Hamel: At least, that's what she was going to do. As soon as we were home, At least, that's what she was going to do. As soon as we were home, the feel of Alexa's pussy still fresh on my fingers, I followed her up to her room. I couldn't get that noise she made out of my head. It was half whine, part whimper, and all fucking sexy as hell. It drove me crazy the way her body responded to my every touch. But as soon as we were home, it was like the damn spell was broken. — B.B. Hamel
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Home Going Sayings By Ray Allen: When the effort is in question, the ball goes in different directions and the ball When the effort is in question, the ball goes in different directions and the ball doesn't always bounce your way. When you're playing in the home of the NBA champions, it isn't going to be easy. — Ray Allen
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Home Going Sayings By Lisa Renee Jones: My voice softens. "But you're right; I should have told you where I was going. My voice softens. "But you're right; I should have told you where I was going. I'm sorry to make you worry." "Damn it, Sara." He twines his fingers in my hair and lowers his mouth one hot breath from mine. "You are the reason I take my next breath," he whispers. "Why can't you see that?" His question steals the last of my anger. I soften against him, my fingers curving around his jaw. "Let's go home, baby." He kisses my forehead. "I have something to show you. — Lisa Renee Jones
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Home Going Sayings By N. T. Wright: A piety that sees death as the moment of "going home at last," the time A piety that sees death as the moment of "going home at last," the time when we are "called to God's eternal peace," has no quarrel with power-mongers who want to carve up the world to suit their own ends. — N. T. Wright
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Home Going Sayings By Kiersten White: I said home." He laughed again. "You didn't say whose." Furious and too tired to I said home."
He laughed again. "You didn't say whose." Furious and too tired to deal with any more faerie crap, I opened my mouth to tell him exactly where to take me and where he could go after that. I wasn't sure a faerie could obey a command to go to hell, but I was going to find out. — Kiersten White
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Home Going Sayings By August Westman: Do you want a ride home?""I rode my bike, and I don't really want to Do you want a ride home?"
"I rode my bike, and I don't really want to keep it here at the school."
"I have a truck, it won't be a problem to throw it into the bed."
"Well then, I suppose I don't really have an excuse to say no, do I?"
"I was going to hold your duffel hostage until you said yes anyway."
"Now what has my duffel bag ever done to you? — August Westman
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Home Going Sayings By Diana Palmer: Not really. I'm tired and I'd like to go to bed.""At last, we agree on Not really. I'm tired and I'd like to go to bed."
"At last, we agree on something." He moved toward her.
"Oh, no, you don't. I'm saving myself for my future husband."
"Thank you."
"It won't be you," she told him doggedly. "I'm not crazy enough to think that. You aren't a marrying man, remember? You don't want commitment."
"I don't know what I want anymore," he muttered.
"Well, I do," she said. "I want to go home."
"To a lonely apartment in Chicago?"
"It won't be lonely long," she assured him. "I'm going to start my very own lonely hearts chapter."
"Over my dead body."
"Nobody would want to meet over your old dead body. — Diana Palmer
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Home Going Sayings By Ellen DeGeneres: I think the hard thing about this job [stand-up] I mean, I think this part I think the hard thing about this job [stand-up] I mean, I think this part is great but that the traveling is y'know, 'cause 'cause I'm gone a lot from home and this time I'm out for three-and-a-half weeks without going home, and that's hard, to be gone three-and-a-half weeks 'cause then I have to ask my friends, Would you mind going to the house and watering the plants, and turn some lights on and make it look like somebody's home, and make sure that the mobile over the crib isn't tangled or the baby's gonna get bored ... — Ellen DeGeneres
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Home Going Sayings By Zoe Saldana: I have an amazing mother who's a real tough cookie. She taught me not to I have an amazing mother who's a real tough cookie. She taught me not to get emotional about [sexism in Hollywood], just be really practical and objective. Later, in the privacy of my own home, maybe I'll bawl or break some dishes, but you just have to keep going. It's not about fighting, it's about educating. — Zoe Saldana
Home Going Sayings By Shelly Crane: I'm going to be in a better place. I'm going to see Daddy. But you I'm going to be in a better place. I'm going to see Daddy. But you are going to help people. You are the helper, Sophelia, the one who will take all the bad and ugly and make it what it was supposed to be in the first place. You will bring this world to its knees one day." I opened my mouth to say ... something. "I - " "One day you'll get to fly, Soph, just like Pan and Wendy. Fly away home to a better place where everything is brighter, boys are never lost, and mothers don't ever leave. But right now? Don't mourn me," she whispered. "I love you and I planned this. All is as it should be. One day, you will understand. — Shelly Crane
Home Going Sayings By Kelsey Sutton: It just wasn't supposed to end like this." She looks at me with red-rimmed eyes It just wasn't supposed to end like this." She looks at me with red-rimmed eyes and yellow skin. Colors should be a good thing, but now, they're marks, omens of bad tidings. "I was supposed to grow up, go to college, get a job," she continues in that gut-clenching croak. "Meet my dream guy, marry, have k-kids. You were going to live next door and we would grow old in the same nursing home. Chuck oatmeal at each other and watch soap operas all day in our rocking chairs. That was my daydream. My perfect life. I don't want to keep asking myself why until the end, but ... " A lone tear trails down her sunken cheek. This time I don't reach out to wipe the water away; I let it go. Down, down, until it drips off the side of her jaw. This is humanity. This is life and death in one room. — Kelsey Sutton
Home Going Sayings By Naomi Novik: I missed home like the ache of hunger, something in me left empty. I'd missed I missed home like the ache of hunger, something in me left empty. I'd missed it every day since we crossed out of the valley, going over the mountains. Roots - yes. There were roots in my heart, as deep as any corruption could go. — Naomi Novik
Home Going Sayings By Ken Simonton: Hey, we're like soldiers. Would you go to the Roman army and ask them if Hey, we're like soldiers. Would you go to the Roman army and ask them if they thought they were going to win the battle? If I didn't think we could win, I wouldn't be here. I'd stay home and get fat. — Ken Simonton
Home Going Sayings By Lisa Genova: Whatever I have to do here, I'm ready for it. Work hard, do my homework, Whatever I have to do here, I'm ready for it. Work hard, do my homework, get an A, get back home to Bob and the kids, and back to work. Back to normal. I'm determined to recover 100 percent. One hundred percent has always been my goal in everything, unless extra credit is involved, and then I shoot higher. Thank God I'm a competitive, type A perfectionist. I'm convinced I'm going to be the best traumatic brain injury patient Baldwin has ever seen. But they won't be seeing me for very long because I also plan to recover faster than anyone here would predict. I wonder what the record is. — Lisa Genova
Home Going Sayings By Zachary Cole Smith: It's not like I had a breakdown, though it kind of felt like it at It's not like I had a breakdown, though it kind of felt like it at the time. I agreed to everything that happened. You can't really be at work and be like, "That's it. I've had too much. I'm going home." — Zachary Cole Smith
Home Going Sayings By James Baldwin: What happened was that, all unconscious of what this ennui meant, I wearied of the What happened was that, all unconscious of what this ennui meant, I wearied of the motion, wearied of the jobless seas of alcohol, wearied of the blunt, bluff, hearty, and totally meaningless friendships wearied of wandering through the forests of desperate women, wearied of the work which fed me only in the most brutally literal sense. Perhaps, as we say in America, I wanted to find myself. This is an interesting phrase, not current as far as I know in the language of any other people, which certainly does not mean what it says but betrays a nagging suspicion that something has been misplaced. I think now that if I had had any intimation that the self I was going to find would turn out to be the only the same self from which I had spent so much time in flight, I would have stayed at home, But again, I think I knew, at the very bottom of my heart, exactly what I was doing when I took the boat for France. — James Baldwin
Home Going Sayings By Jennie Allen: At some point, our faith and our words must become our actions and lives. Do At some point, our faith and our words must become our actions and lives. Do we talk more about God than we obey him? We aren't going to get to heaven and have God say, "Thanks for talking about doing so much for me with your friends. That was awesome!" Many of us have sat in Bible studies or retreats or church talking about what we want to change and how we want to live for God, only to go home and back to the routine of life. Change is a funny thing. It takes change to change. — Jennie Allen
Home Going Sayings By AnnaSophia Robb: I only want to do good projects. I want to make good decisions. If it's I only want to do good projects. I want to make good decisions. If it's just a dumb movie, then no, I'd rather stay in school. But if it's a movie worth telling and that I think I would really benefit from, then I would like to do it. And that's one of the reasons I still live in Colorado. I love being with my family and going to school, and then when I come out to L.A., that is the time to be in the movies. People ask me the questions, I do the promotion work, then I get to go back home and live my life. — AnnaSophia Robb
Home Going Sayings By Donna Tartt: The idea of living there, of not having to go back ever again to asphalt The idea of living there, of not having to go back ever again to asphalt and shopping malls and modular furniture; of living there with Charles and Camilla and Henry and Francis and maybe even Bunny; of no one marrying or going home or getting a job in a town a thousand miles away or doing any of the traitorous things friends do after college; of everything remaining exactly as it was, that instant - the idea was so truly heavenly that I'm not sure I thought, even then, it could ever really happen, but I like to believe I did. — Donna Tartt
Home Going Sayings By Jim Butcher: I mean, go figure. You prepare your home for an assault and you don't take I mean, go figure. You prepare your home for an assault and you don't take zombies into consideration. I'd fallen victim to one of the other classic blunders, along with not getting involved in a land war in Asia and never going in against a Sicilian when death was on the line. — Jim Butcher
Home Going Sayings By Ariel Pink: I would die to record in space. That would be the coolest. If I got I would die to record in space. That would be the coolest. If I got the option of, going into outer space and hanging out there for a day, and then coming back home and dying the next day, or just waiting around to see if there's any opportunity for the technology to develop so that I might experience outer space sometime in the future, I would probably take the ride today and die tomorrow. I'd be happy just hanging out between the moon and the Earth, getting a view. — Ariel Pink
Home Going Sayings By Red Adair: I've got too many of my friends that retired and went home and got on I've got too many of my friends that retired and went home and got on a rocking chair, and about a year and a half later, I'm always going to the cemetery. — Red Adair
Home Going Sayings By Susan Ee: Put it on. Look as good as you can. It's our ticket in." Maybe he Put it on. Look as good as you can. It's our ticket in." Maybe he did have clubbing in mind.
"You're not going to go home with some drunken college girl, are you?"
"What?"
"Never mind. — Susan Ee
Home Going Sayings By Tom Stoppard: Actors! The mechanics of cheap melodrama! That isn't death! You scream and choke and sink Actors! The mechanics of cheap melodrama! That isn't death! You scream and choke and sink to your knees but it doesn't bring death home to anyone- it doesn't catch them unawares and start the whisper in their skulls that says- 'One day you are going to die. — Tom Stoppard
Home Going Sayings By Ray Anyasi: Our route had now obviously been completely blotted out and here I reckoned less of Our route had now obviously been completely blotted out and here I reckoned less of our chances of survival. We're like a voyage ship veered off course by a ruthless storm now left with no radar or compass. Ours is a sorry tale of an unpredictable adventure. One moment it seem like we're going home to mama's warm embrace and tears of joy, the next moment we feel helplessly immersed in the blackness of hopelessness. - Dami K. — Ray Anyasi
Home Going Sayings By Rodrigo Santoro: Definitely as an actor, the experience you have, at least I'm talking for me, my Definitely as an actor, the experience you have, at least I'm talking for me, my experience as an actor is you go to the set and know what you're going to do, know your lines, you rehearse, you do your scene, you go back home. As a producer, for the first time I saw the whole picture in a completely different way. — Rodrigo Santoro
Home Going Sayings By Yogi Berra: I liked St. Louis, when they were in the American League, because that was going I liked St. Louis, when they were in the American League, because that was going home. I had all my family and friends there. — Yogi Berra
Home Going Sayings By Joey W. Hill: Tell me you're not going to do anything stupid." "I'm not that kind of guy, Tell me you're not going to do anything stupid." "I'm not that kind of guy, Peter." "Not usually, no. But I've seen the look you've got in your eyes. A guy so consumed with his demons he'd throw himself on a min to escape it. Then they send the little polished medal home to the people who love him. You've got a lot of people who care about you, Ben. Don't do that to them. If you don't trust yourself tonight, then let me shadow you." Ben sighed, looked back out in the darkness. "Fine, but keep a distance. I don't want anyone to think we're dating." "No chance of that. I wouldn't be caught dead dating an ambulance chaser. — Joey W. Hill
Home Going Sayings By Glennon Doyle Melton: I learned that in these disasters, all we can do is tell our In Case I learned that in these disasters, all we can do is tell our In Case of Emergencies that their grief is real, and if it lasts forever, then we will grieve with them forever.
As far as I was able to tell during those two years, there was nothing else worth saying. It was not going to be all right, ever. Everything doesn't happen for a decent reason. I was Sister's In Case of Emergency and I couldn't fix her emergency. I couldn't do anything at all except feed her, hold her when she cried, pray angry prayers, keep showing up, and hope that time and my home and presence would offer healing. — Glennon Doyle Melton
Home Going Sayings By Gloria Steinem: Women are not going to be equal outside the home until men are equal in Women are not going to be equal outside the home until men are equal in it. — Gloria Steinem
Home Going Sayings By Max Allan Collins: Sometimes I wonder if I've changed so much, my wife is even gonna recognize me Sometimes I wonder if I've changed so much, my wife is even gonna recognize me whenever it is I get back to her, and how I'll ever be able to, tell about days like today. Ahh, Ryan. I don't know anything about Ryan, I don't care. The man means nothing to me; he's just a name. But if, you know, if going to Remal, and finding him so he can go home, if that earns me the right to get back to my wife, well then, then that's my mission. — Max Allan Collins
Home Going Sayings By Ryan Stiles: I'm going to buy some green bananas because by the time I get home they'll I'm going to buy some green bananas because by the time I get home they'll be ripe. — Ryan Stiles
Home Going Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: See what? I didn't see anything. There were no scary people there. Nothing freaky. I'm See what? I didn't see anything. There were no scary people there. Nothing freaky. I'm going home now and tomorrow I'm going to have the doctors check for a brain tumor. Full battery of tests. Whole nine yard. Whatever's wrong with me, we'll find it and deal with it. At this point, my vote is either tumor or space alien testing. Either one works for me. (Geary) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
Home Going Sayings By Peter Mullan: If I'm at home on my own and the writing isn't going well, I clean If I'm at home on my own and the writing isn't going well, I clean my house. And there have been times in the past few years when my house has looked really clean. — Peter Mullan
Home Going Sayings By Aziz Ansari: I like going out and I like being single, but a growing part of me I like going out and I like being single, but a growing part of me would rather just stay home, cook food with someone I really like, and do nothing. — Aziz Ansari
Home Going Sayings By John Muir: Going to the woods is going home. Going to the woods is going home. — John Muir
Home Going Sayings By Susan Mallery: I'm going to walk you home.""I know the way.""Maybe, but the streets are dangerous. I I'm going to walk you home."
"I know the way."
"Maybe, but the streets are dangerous. I don't want anything to happen to you."
"My door is about five feet from yours. What could happen?"
"You never know. — Susan Mallery
Home Going Sayings By Wimpy Kid: 16thJune, 2015 You are never going to believe what happened today. We got to Fred's 16thJune, 2015 You are never going to believe what happened today. We got to Fred's house in the morning; even a little earlier than we planned. He was crying puddles, the poor fellow! His father had vanished, and he still hadn't come home. Fred reckoned that he was probably aimlessly walking around the city. We went with him to the hospital to visit his mother. The hospital looked like a dead place, all white and ugly and it stank of that Lysol/antiseptic smell. It smelled so clean, I was worried that I would fart and the stink would kill people! And you know what? The exact opposite happened! See, we went into the room where Fred's mother was being kept. Fred was really upset — Wimpy Kid
Home Going Sayings By Bethany Dillon: I'm trying to learn how to listen to people and how not to think that I'm trying to learn how to listen to people and how not to think that this is all I am. It's not going to change the fact that at home I'm going to put away the clean dishes, and I'm going to have to be nice to my siblings. It encourages me, but it doesn't define me. — Bethany Dillon
Home Going Sayings By Solange Knowles: Traveling is definitely something that your average 17-year-old doesn't get to do. One week we're Traveling is definitely something that your average 17-year-old doesn't get to do. One week we're in Japan, one week we're in Australia, one week we're back home going to football games. — Solange Knowles
Home Going Sayings By Sachin Tendulkar: I was part of a band of eleven fortunate men who had been given the I was part of a band of eleven fortunate men who had been given the duty of representing close to a billion Indians. It was an honour every aspiring cricketer lives for, to play for his country against the best of world cricket. And with the honour came responsibility. I was going to be accountable to the cricket fans back home and was expected to give my best for them. — Sachin Tendulkar
Home Going Sayings By Paul W. S. Anderson: I think 3-D across the board both in a home format and cinema is, it's I think 3-D across the board both in a home format and cinema is, it's going to be very big. — Paul W. S. Anderson
Home Going Sayings By J. Lynn: Cam looked away, laughing under his breath. "Okay. How about Wednesday?""This Wednesday?""Nope.""The following Wednesday?""Yep."Counting the Cam looked away, laughing under his breath. "Okay. How about Wednesday?"
"This Wednesday?"
"Nope."
"The following Wednesday?"
"Yep."
Counting the days down, I ended up frowning. "Wait. That's the Wednesday before Thanksgiving."
"It is."
I stared at him. "Cam, arn't you going home?"
"I am."
"When? After the movies, in the middle of the night, or Thanksgiving morning?"
He shook his head. "See, the drive-in movie theater is just outside of my hometown. About ten miles out."
I leaned back against the couch, confused."I don't understand."
Cam finished the hot chocolate and twisted toward me. He scooted over so only a handful of inches seperated us. "If you go on this date with me, you're going to have to go home with me. — J. Lynn
Home Going Sayings By Henry Miller: God knows, when spring comes to Paris the humbles mortal alive must feel that he God knows, when spring comes to Paris the humbles mortal alive must feel that he dwells in paradise ... it [is] the the intimacy with which his eye rests upon the scene. It [is] his Paris. A man does not need to be rich, nor even a citizen, to feel this way about Paris. Paris is filled with poor people - the proudest and filthiest lot of beggars that ever walked the earth ... And yet they give the illusion of being at home. It is that which distinguishes the Parisian from all other metropolitan souls.
When I think of New York I have a very different feeling. New York makes even a rich man feel his unimportance. New York is cold, glisttering, malign. The buildings dominate. There is a sort of atomic frenzy to the activity going on; the more furious the pace, the more diminished the spirit ... Nobody knows what it's all about. Nobody directs the energy. Stupendous. Bizarre. Baffling. A tremendous reactive urge, but absolutely uncoordinated. — Henry Miller
Home Going Sayings By Mrs. George De Horne Vaizey: for what is the good of going away and having adventures if we cannot talk for what is the good of going away and having adventures if we cannot talk about them when we come home — Mrs. George De Horne Vaizey
Home Going Sayings By David Bowie: My mother was Catholic, my father was Protestant. There was always a debate going on My mother was Catholic, my father was Protestant. There was always a debate going on at home - I think in those days we called them arguments - about who was right and who was wrong. — David Bowie
Home Going Sayings By Pamela Clare: Natalie was going to stay at home, cooking meals, baking pies, and making sure their Natalie was going to stay at home, cooking meals, baking pies, and making sure their life together was comfortable. When Zach came home from a hard day's work, she wanted to be there for him, not coping with her own stress and fatigue. She knew some women would object to her decision, but this was her life, and she was going to live it as she chose. — Pamela Clare
Home Going Sayings By Anonymous: Sometimes you will not be able to see where you are going; every step will Sometimes you will not be able to see where you are going; every step will seem uncertain. But know that as long as you follow your intuition and take baby steps, your soul's inner GPS will guide you home. You will find that you will be the right person, at the right place, at the right time, doing the right thing, exactly how it's meant to be. Trust your instincts. Living is about learning as you go. — Anonymous
Home Going Sayings By Dale Carnegie: Let's realise that criticisms are like homing pigeons. They always return home. Let's realise that Let's realise that criticisms are like homing pigeons. They always return home. Let's realise that the person we are going to correct and condemn will probably justify himself o herself, and condemn us in return. — Dale Carnegie
Home Going Sayings By Sara Rue: Every set has their own personalities and their own quirks. It's funny comparing starring in Every set has their own personalities and their own quirks. It's funny comparing starring in a show to going in and doing recurring work - there's already a rhythm that's been established, and people know each other so well. It's like being a guest in someone else's home. — Sara Rue
Home Going Sayings By Trevor Moore: I was a huge David Letterman fan, even going back to when he was on I was a huge David Letterman fan, even going back to when he was on NBC. My parents would only let me watch a half hour of television a day, so I would record Letterman the night before and then watch it when I came home from school. That's what made me want to do a T.V. show. — Trevor Moore
Home Going Sayings By Kenny Rogers: I still like going on the road and performing, but it's getting tougher. I try I still like going on the road and performing, but it's getting tougher. I try to have my wife and the twins with me but it's getting harder and harder for them. They need to be in a home environment and not traveling with me. — Kenny Rogers
Home Going Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Don't know we're not allowed to use magic at home. I'm going to have a Don't know we're not allowed to use magic at home. I'm going to have a lot of fun with Dudley this summer. . . . — J.K. Rowling
Home Going Sayings By Chris Kyle: You're not just going out there, maybe sacrificing your own life. There's also sacrifices still You're not just going out there, maybe sacrificing your own life. There's also sacrifices still going on at home. You can serve in the military and have a good marriage, but you just need to be aware of it so you can take those steps to take care of it. — Chris Kyle
Home Going Sayings By Annie Lennox: Although I have lived in London, I have never really considered London my home because Although I have lived in London, I have never really considered London my home because it was always going to be a stopping-off point for me, and it has been too. — Annie Lennox
Home Going Sayings By David Letterman: Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Iowa, virtually going door to door to every home in Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Iowa, virtually going door to door to every home in Iowa. Jehovah's Witnesses finally got fed up and said, 'Get lost. Get out of here!' — David Letterman
Home Going Sayings By Nick Rhodes: Having a studio at home is like having a gym at home - sometimes you're Having a studio at home is like having a gym at home - sometimes you're just better off going out. — Nick Rhodes
Home Going Sayings By Arthur Miller: I'm one-dollar an hour, Willy! I tried seven states and couldn't raise it. A buck I'm one-dollar an hour, Willy! I tried seven states and couldn't raise it. A buck an hour! Do you gather my meaning? I'm not bringing home any prizes anymore and you're going to stop waiting for me to bring them home! — Arthur Miller
Home Going Sayings By Dana Cowin: If home cooks shopped in their own vegetable bin before going to the market, they If home cooks shopped in their own vegetable bin before going to the market, they would save money and help the environment, too, and all because they decided to rescue a vegetable before it turned bad. — Dana Cowin
Home Going Sayings By Michael Gruber: When I got to the States and started going to an American high school, which When I got to the States and started going to an American high school, which I did for an extremely short time, I thought everyone around me was insane, the way they talked about their parents. I thought the parents were insane too, the way they handled their kids, like every request they made was a bargain they weren't sure would be kept. That little whiny tone at the end of every statement: Be home by ten, okay? — Michael Gruber
Home Going Sayings By Ryan Hyatt: Living in Venice, it's hard to determine the real parody of inhumanity. On the one Living in Venice, it's hard to determine the real parody of inhumanity. On the one hand, there are the homeless hordes, a teaming mass of virtual zombies swelling the streets whose daily business amounts to ruffling through trash, pissing on corners and chasing pets. On the other hand, there is the endless stream of bourgeois stiffs coming and going from home, restaurants and shops. They are zombies in their own right who pretend the homeless don't exist. — Ryan Hyatt
Home Going Sayings By Elizabeth Gilbert: For me, going home meant returning to the work of writing because writing was my For me, going home meant returning to the work of writing because writing was my home, because I loved writing more than I hated failing at writing, which is to say that I loved writing more than I loved my own ego, which is ultimately to say that I loved writing more than I loved myself. — Elizabeth Gilbert
Home Going Sayings By Alice Hoffman: Jill told me that when you're really in love, you know right away. I'm not Jill told me that when you're really in love, you know right away. I'm not exactly sure how this happens. Is it like a flash of lightning? Like an angel tapping you on the shoulder? Or is it similar to choosing a puppy? You think you're picking the cutest one, but really you wind up going home with the one who keeps insisting on climbing into your lap. — Alice Hoffman
Home Going Sayings By Pam Houston: I'm about going out in the world and noticing stuff, and going home and writing I'm about going out in the world and noticing stuff, and going home and writing it down, and putting it next to other stuff I've noticed and seeing what happens. — Pam Houston
Home Going Sayings By Kelly Rowland: I actually started singing in church when I was about five years old. I remember I actually started singing in church when I was about five years old. I remember looking at the choirs and just hearing all of those great big beautiful voices. And there was this one woman who could just wail. And I remember trying to sing like her when I was like going home. — Kelly Rowland
Home Going Sayings By Stanley Greenspan: To be motivated to sit at home and study, instead of going out and playing, To be motivated to sit at home and study, instead of going out and playing, children need a sense of themselves over time
they need to be able to picture themselves in the future ... If they can't, then they're simply reacting to daily events, responding to the needs of the moment
for pleasure, for affiliation, for acceptance. — Stanley Greenspan
Home Going Sayings By Carson Kressley: Friends think your life is so glamorous, and it is. But there are times when, Friends think your life is so glamorous, and it is. But there are times when, instead of going to a glamorous party, I would rather just come home from work, pop in a DVD and eat some microwave popcorn with a cutie on the sofa. — Carson Kressley
Home Going Sayings By P. W. Singer: What one Predator drone pilot described of his experience fighting in the Iraq war while What one Predator drone pilot described of his experience fighting in the Iraq war while never leaving Nevada: 'You're going to war for 12 hours, shooting weapons at targets, directing kills on enemy combatants. Then you get in the car and you drive home, and within 20 minutes you're sitting at the dinner table talking to your kids about their homework.' — P. W. Singer
Home Going Sayings By Becca Fitzpatrick: Go ahead. You're not going to walk in on anyone. I'm home alone.""The whole night?"Immediately, Go ahead. You're not going to walk in on anyone. I'm home alone."
"The whole night?"
Immediately, I realized it might not have been the smartest thing to say. "Dorothea will be coming soon." That was a lie. Dorothea was long gone. It was close to midnight.
"Dorothea?"
"Our housekeeper. She's old- but strong. Very strong." I tried to squeeze past him. Unsuccessfully.
"Sounds frightening," he said, retrieving the key from the lock. He held it out for me.
"She can clean a toilet inside and out in under a minute. More like terrifying. — Becca Fitzpatrick
Home Going Sayings By Charles Dickens: Mr F.'s Aunt, who had eaten her pie with great solemnity, and who had been Mr F.'s Aunt, who had eaten her pie with great solemnity, and who had been elaborating some grievous scheme of injury in her mind since her first assumption of that public position on the Marshal's steps, took the present opportunity of addressing the following Sibyllic apostrophe to the relict of her late nephew.
'Bring him for'ard, and I'll chuck him out o' winder!'
Flora tried in vain to soothe the excellent woman by explaining that they were going home to dinner. Mr F.'s Aunt persisted in replying, 'Bring him for'ard and I'll chuck him out o' winder!' Having reiterated this demand an immense number of times, with a sustained glare of defiance at Little Dorrit, Mr F.'s Aunt folded her arms, and sat down in the corner of the pie-shop parlour; steadfastly refusing to budge until such time as 'he' should have been 'brought for'ard,' and the chucking portion of his destiny accomplished. — Charles Dickens
Home Going Sayings By Lemn Sissay: Food from the platter / Water from the rain / The subject and the matter Food from the platter / Water from the rain / The subject and the matter / I'm going home again / Can't sell a leaf to a tree / Nor the wind to the atmosphere / I know where I am meant to be / And I can't be satisfied here — Lemn Sissay
Home Going Sayings By Sherman Alexie: I saw a man swerve his car and try to hit a stray dog, but I saw a man swerve his car and try to hit a stray dog, but the quick mutt dodged between two parked cars and made his escape. God, I thought, did I just see what I think I saw? At the next red light, I pulled up beside the man and stared hard at him. He knew that'd I seen his murder attempt, but he didn't care. He smiled and yelled loud enough for me to hear him through our closed windows: 'Don't give me that face unless you're going to do something about it. Come on, tough guy, what are you going to do?' I didn't do anything. I turned right on the green. He turned left against traffic. I don't know what happened to that man or the dog, but I drove home and wrote this poem. Why do poets think they can change the world? The only life I can save is my own. — Sherman Alexie
Home Going Sayings By Kristan Higgins: If you don't want to have a baby, that's fine. And if you want sex If you don't want to have a baby, that's fine. And if you want sex on the kitchen table, you'll get it." He glared down at his wife. "But you're coming home, and you're coming home now, and I will be happy to discuss this further once you're naked and in my bed." He paused. "Or on the table." His face flushed. "And the next time you leave me, you'd better mean it, woman, because I'm not going to be treated like a doormat. Understand? — Kristan Higgins
Home Going Sayings By Mary Chapin Carpenter: I was a liberal arts junkie and I figured, well, I'll go work for somebody I was a liberal arts junkie and I figured, well, I'll go work for somebody somewhere. All I knew was that I was going to have to come home and figure it out. — Mary Chapin Carpenter
Home Going Sayings By Mark Twain: The person that had took a bull by the tail once had learnt sixty or The person that had took a bull by the tail once had learnt sixty or seventy times as much as a person that hadn't, and said a person that started in to carry a cat home by the tail was getting knowledge that was always going to be useful to him, and warn't ever going to grow dim or doubtful. Chances are, he isn't likely to carry the cat that way again, either. But if he wants to, I say let him! — Mark Twain
Home Going Sayings By Joel Osteen: We keep a lot of humor and laughter in the home. A lot of times We keep a lot of humor and laughter in the home. A lot of times these days, people let the stress of life take the joy from the home. When you can laugh and you can have joy, that's very healthy. Victoria is easy going. She's very spontaneous and fun. I can hear her laughter all through the house. It sets the tone for the house. I like someone who can laugh. The second thing is respect. We just do our best. We don't always agree with each other but we make the decision that we want to treat each other with respect. — Joel Osteen
Home Going Sayings By Shuggie Otis: I didn't want to be a sideman. My own style was coming out and I I didn't want to be a sideman. My own style was coming out and I was into my own writing. I wrote a whole album, I arranged it all with pencil and paper. I did eventually do a lot of work with my father, but that was different. I was living at home; I wasn't a starving musician. I wasn't spoiled, but I wasn't going to have some producer come in and tell me what to play. — Shuggie Otis
Home Going Sayings By Colm Toibin: I think that was one of the things that happened, especially in Ireland, that you I think that was one of the things that happened, especially in Ireland, that you left in order to improve yourself, and you couldn't write home and tell people, 'Look, I'm really lonely,' because you'd realize how much those letters were going to matter, that you needed to put good news or uplifting news into them. — Colm Toibin
Home Going Sayings By Stephen King: home and there it sits on the counter, going sour. home and there it sits on the counter, going sour. — Stephen King
Home Going Sayings By Isobelle Carmody: At last, I came to the Lost Dog's Home which my map told me marked At last, I came to the Lost Dog's Home which my map told me marked teh turnoff to Shelly Beach.
You could hear some of the dogs barking, calling out for their owners to come and get them away from there ...
I hated going to those places because I always wanted to take all the dogs home or let them go free, even though I knew most of them would go straight out and be hit by a car or starve to death. I sometimes wished I could have a place where I could take those dogs and let them live. The Phantom had this sanctuary called Eden and all the animals there lived together, even tigers and baby deer, because they'd never learned it's kill or be killed. The maneaters ate fish out of the lagoon and the island was protected by the Bandar poison pygmies and by the piranha fish in the lagoon. I would have liked there to be such a place for pets who had been dumped of abandoned. They could feed the owners to the piranha. — Isobelle Carmody
Home Going Sayings By Dietrich Bonhoeffer: So many people come to church with a genuine desire to hear what we have So many people come to church with a genuine desire to hear what we have to say, yet they are always going back home with the uncomfortable feeling that we are making it too difficult for them to come to Jesus. — Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Home Going Sayings By Yara: I'm going to sail up the Narrow Sea all the way to the Weeping Water. I'm going to sail up the Narrow Sea all the way to the Weeping Water. I'm going to march on the Dreadfort. I'm going to find my little brother. And I'm going to bring him home. — Yara
Home Going Sayings By Amanda Kelly: We found Trent and pulled him off the leggy girl. "Trent, it's time to get We found Trent and pulled him off the leggy girl. "Trent, it's time to get home before your parents realize we snuck out." I said.
"What?" he asked confusedly.
"Plus the bouncer found out we were sixteen and he does not look happy." Logan added.
The girl froze, "You're sixteen? What the hell. You little perv, you're going to pay for this."
Trent sputtered, "What? No."
Logan looked at her all doe eyed innocence and said "Sorry Ma'am, we have to get home now because it's past our curfew."
Trent stood open mouthed in shock but his eyes were shooting murderous rays.
So many death glares, so little time. — Amanda Kelly