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It Was You Sayings By Rachel Hawkins: I was dead. That was really the only explanation I had for the sensation that I was dead. That was really the only explanation I had for the sensation that I was lying in a comfy bed, cool, clean-smelling sheets pulled up to my chin, and a soft hand stroking my hair.
That was nice. Being dead seemed pretty sweet, all things considered. Especially if ti meant I got to nap for all eternity. I snuggled deeper into the covers. The hand on my hair moved to my back, and I realized someone was singing softly. The voice was familiar, and something about it made my chest ache. Well, that was to be expected. Angels' songs would be awfully poignant.
"'I was working as a waitress in a cocktail bar, when I met you ... '" the voice crooned.
I frowned. Was that really an appropriate song for the Heavenly Host to be-
Realization crashed into me. "Mom! — Rachel Hawkins
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It Was You Sayings By Melissa Anelli: What does she (J. K. Rowling) hope people will take with them about this time? What does she (J. K. Rowling) hope people will take with them about this time? "When all the fuss and hoopla dies away, and when all the press commentary dies away, I think it will be seen that this phenomenon was generated, in the first instance, by kids loving a book. A book went on shelves, and a few people loved it. When all of the smoke and lights die away, that's what you'll be left with. "And that's the most wonderful thought for an author. — Melissa Anelli
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It Was You Sayings By C.S. Lewis: They tell you sex has become a mess because it was hushed up. But for They tell you sex has become a mess because it was hushed up. But for the last twenty years it has not been hushed up. It has been chattered about all day long. Yet it is still in a mess. If hushing up had been the cause of the trouble, ventilation would have set it right. — C.S. Lewis
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It Was You Sayings By J.H. Wyman: Sometimes something you thought wouldn't really be as big as it was blows up into Sometimes something you thought wouldn't really be as big as it was blows up into something else. — J.H. Wyman
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It Was You Sayings By Michelle Madow: After the other day at the playground, I wasn't sure if you would want to After the other day at the playground, I wasn't sure if you would want to talk to me or not,' Drew said, his eyes serious. 'What made you change your mind?'
'You were throwing pinecones at my door.' I laughed at how ridiculous it sounded. 'I should be irritated at you, but it was kind of cute. — Michelle Madow
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It Was You Sayings By Bernard Cornwell: Tell me how Gisela can be married to a man she's never met?'Aidan glanced across Tell me how Gisela can be married to a man she's never met?'
Aidan glanced across at Guthred as if expecting help from the king, but Guthred was still motionless, so Aidan had to confront me alone. 'I stood beside her in Lord Aelfric's place,' he said, 'so in the eyes of the church she is married.'
'Did you hump her as well?' I demanded, and the priests and monks hissed their disapproval.
'Of course not.' Aidan said, offended.
'If no one's ridden her,' I said, 'then she's not married. A mare isn't broken until she's saddled and ridden. Have you been ridden?' I asked Gisela.
'Not yet.' she said.
'She is married.' Aidan insisted.
'You stood at the altar in my uncle's place,' I said, 'and you call that a marriage?'
'It is.' Beocca said quietly.
'So if I kill you,' I suggested to Aidan, ignoring Beocca, 'she'll be a widow? — Bernard Cornwell
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It Was You Sayings By Rosamond Lehmann: Another five minutes, thought Olivia, and shut her eyes. Not to fall asleep again; but Another five minutes, thought Olivia, and shut her eyes. Not to fall asleep again; but to go back as it were and do the thing gradually---detach oneself softly, float up serenely from the clinging delectable fringes. Oh, heavenly sleep! Why must one cast it from one, all unprepared, unwilling? Caught out again by Kate in the very act! You're not trying , you could wake up if you wanted to: that was their attitude. And regularly one began the day convicted of inferiority, of a sluggish voluptuous nature, seriously lacking in will-power. — Rosamond Lehmann
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It Was You Sayings By Fred Hoiberg: All of you are aware of the journey I've taken this past year and I All of you are aware of the journey I've taken this past year and I just want to relay to all of the people that sent along their prayers and well wishes, my heartfelt thanks. It was truly overwhelming to me and my family the outpouring that we received from the Twin Cities community and from across the Midwest. — Fred Hoiberg
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It Was You Sayings By Terry Pratchett: It sucks all the life right out of you, civilisation.""It killed Old Vincent the Ripper," It sucks all the life right out of you, civilisation."
"It killed Old Vincent the Ripper," said Boy Willie. "He choked to death on a concubine."
There was no sound but the hiss of snow in the fire and a number of people thinking fast.
"I think you mean cucumber," said the bard.
"That's right, cucumber," said Boy Willie. "I've never been good at them long words."
"Very important difference in a salad situation." said Cohen. — Terry Pratchett
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It Was You Sayings By Elizabeth Vaughan: Will you allow this, Keir of the Cat?"Keir's face was bland, but I could see Will you allow this, Keir of the Cat?"

Keir's face was bland, but I could see the storm in his eyes. After a long moment, he turned to me. "Lara?"

"My oaths require that I treat any that ask it of me," I responded. "You are my Warlord, Keir of the Cat. I respect that you are concerned for my safety. Please respect my oaths in return. Besides," I smiled at him, "it's a tent. If I so much as breathe hard, you will slash your way to my side."

He gave me a look then, an unhappy look, to be sure. But I raised my eyebrows at him, and the corners of his eyes crinkled. "Very well. As my Warprize requests."

Essa struggled to his feet. "Please refrain from slashing your way through my tent, Warlord." He walked toward what must be his sleeping area. "This way, Warprize. — Elizabeth Vaughan
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It Was You Sayings By Mitch Hedberg: This one commercial said, "Forget everything you know about slipcovers." So I did, and it This one commercial said, "Forget everything you know about slipcovers." So I did, and it was a load off of my mind. Then the commercial tried to sell slipcovers, but I didn't know what they were! — Mitch Hedberg
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It Was You Sayings By Lauren Dane: Best greeting ever." He grinned ... "You totally objectified me. It was awesome. Best greeting ever." He grinned ... "You totally objectified me. It was awesome. — Lauren Dane
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It Was You Sayings By Jodi Picoult: It was that she truly believed you could be fourteen when you learned how love It was that she truly believed you could be fourteen when you learned how love could change the speed your blood ran through you, how it made you dream in kaleidoscope color. It was that Trixie knew she couldn't have loved Jason this hard if he hadn't loved her that way too. — Jodi Picoult
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It Was You Sayings By John Knowles: It was demeaning to scrape affection from virtually everyone you encountered. That was immature. It was demeaning to scrape affection from virtually everyone you encountered. That was immature. — John Knowles
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It Was You Sayings By Guy De Maupassant: Night was a very different matter. It was dense, thicker than the very walls, and Night was a very different matter. It was dense, thicker than the very walls, and it was empty, so black, so immense that within it you could brush against appalling things and feel roaming and prowling around a strange, mysterious horror. — Guy De Maupassant
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It Was You Sayings By Virna DePaul: And then what?" she forced herself to ask, even though she already knew the answer. And then what?" she forced herself to ask, even though she already knew the answer. "What were you going to do after you and Max were done with each other?" It seemed obscene somehow, the way he kept bringing Max into this. Which was silly, of course. "We were going to part friends. Go back to the way things always were. No expectations. No embarrassment." He — Virna DePaul
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It Was You Sayings By Roberto Bolano: It was the tyrannical, slightly stupid thing you say after you've made love. It was the tyrannical, slightly stupid thing you say after you've made love. — Roberto Bolano
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It Was You Sayings By Nikki Sixx: I'm finding that people reading the book [ The Heroin Diaries: A Year In The I'm finding that people reading the book [ The Heroin Diaries: A Year In The Life Of A Shattered Rock Star] are saying, "You came from one background, I came from this background - you were a rock star, I was a CEO. I didn't have a heroin/coke problem, but I had a pill problem. But I also fell from grace, didn't know how to get recovery, and I am now in recovery." People tell me that their kids read it and told them they'll never do drugs - "This book really shows me where it goes." — Nikki Sixx
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It Was You Sayings By Vincent Van Gogh: Ah! My dear friend painting is to us what the music of Berlioz and Wagner Ah! My dear friend painting is to us what the music of Berlioz and Wagner was before us - a consolatory art for sore hearts! And yet there are only a few like you and me who feel it!!! — Vincent Van Gogh
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It Was You Sayings By Gena Showalter: Yeah, okay. You're right. I was having dinner with Zombie Carl the other night. You Yeah, okay. You're right. I was having dinner with Zombie Carl the other night. You know, steak, rare, and a bottle of vintage type A. He told me all his secrets, but too bad for you I promised him I wouldn't tell. In exchange I asked him to gather his best undead buddies and stalk me through my friend's yard. And oh, yeah, it was totally fine if they wanted to use me as an all-night-dinner buffet, because having organs is SO last year. — Gena Showalter
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It Was You Sayings By Gail Carson Levine: No one is here," Char said. "You need resist temptation no longer." "Only if you No one is here," Char said. "You need resist temptation no longer." "Only if you slide too." "I'll go first so I can catch you at the bottom." He flew down so incautiously that I suspected him of years of practice in his own castle. It was my turn. The ride was a dream, longer and steeper than the rail at home. The hall rose to meet me, and Char was there. He caught me and spun me around. — Gail Carson Levine
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It Was You Sayings By Jenny Han: I stared at him. Did he really just say that? Did he remember? The way I stared at him. Did he really just say that? Did he remember? The way he looked back at me, one eyebrow raised, I knew he did. And this time, I was the one to look away. Because I remembered. I remembered everything. — Jenny Han
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It Was You Sayings By Joe Eszterhas: Now the cigarette companies claim that they don't do that [ pay to have their Now the cigarette companies claim that they don't do that [ pay to have their product advertised in movies ] anymore, although it certainly makes you wonder a bit when an independent production like "In The Bedroom", you know, seems to focus constantly on Marlboros and almost it turns into a Marlboro ad, whether there was any money exchanged. — Joe Eszterhas
It Was You Sayings By Jay Bell: So," Eric said between bites, "do you carry a photo of Ben in your wallet?" So," Eric said between bites, "do you carry a photo of Ben in your wallet?" Tim snorted. "Are you kidding? I was way too careful to have something like that. I don't have a single photo of him anywhere." He frowned at his plate. "I kind of regret that. His face gets a little fuzzier in my mind every year that goes by. Sometimes I worry I'll forget it completely." "You won't," Eric said. "You may not remember every detail, but most of it stays with you. — Jay Bell
It Was You Sayings By Sara Zarr: Life was mostly made up of things you couldn't control, full of surprises, and they Life was mostly made up of things you couldn't control, full of surprises, and they weren't always good. Life wasn't what you made it. You were what life made you. — Sara Zarr
It Was You Sayings By Justin Richards: For all the excitement and adventure and really wild things going on, the danger was For all the excitement and adventure and really wild things going on, the danger was always very real. Ferdy was real. He really died. There's a cost, when you wish for things there's always a cost. You have to make sure it's a price you're willing to pay. And life is the highest price of all. — Justin Richards
It Was You Sayings By Kendare Blake: I don't either. It was just something to say. Anyway, if you don't remember it, I don't either. It was just something to say. Anyway, if you don't remember it, then it isn't much use." He gave her a piercing look, making sure nothing was flooding back. "Might as well call it 'just a dream. — Kendare Blake
It Was You Sayings By Kim Harrison: Again Al touched me, but this time, his hand was gentle on my shoulder. "And Again Al touched me, but this time, his hand was gentle on my shoulder. "And if you're not, it's Ku'Sox. He knows you're too protected here, and you're a threat to him. He's summoning you. He's summoning you to where I can't follow. He's going to try to kill you! — Kim Harrison
It Was You Sayings By Tarryn Fisher: Her pain was so jagged. You couldn't touch her without it slicing through you too. Her pain was so jagged. You couldn't touch her without it slicing through you too. I wanted to fold myself around her and absorb the rest of the blows life would deliver. — Tarryn Fisher
It Was You Sayings By Susan Cheever: The program of A.A., as written by Bill Wilson and Dr. Smith, only has one The program of A.A., as written by Bill Wilson and Dr. Smith, only has one purpose: to get you sober. That's it. To make you a better person, forget it. That was one of the things he came to understand in those years of trial and error. It has to be about only one thing. — Susan Cheever
It Was You Sayings By Dana Perino: When I became the White House press secretary, my mom looked me up and was When I became the White House press secretary, my mom looked me up and was shocked and upset by the things she read. I told her that we needed a rule - she could not put my name in any search engine under any circumstances. And she couldn't go searching for the criticism either. My advice is to ignore the chatter. (It's amazing - if you're not listening, you can't hear it!) If criticism builds to a point where you or someone on your behalf needs to respond, the chances are it will be brought to your attention. You don't need to go searching for negativity. Trust me - it'll find you. — Dana Perino
It Was You Sayings By Andrew Weil: In Europe, when tobacco was first introduced, it was immediately banned. In Turkey, if you In Europe, when tobacco was first introduced, it was immediately banned. In Turkey, if you got caught with tobacco, you had your nose slit. China and Russia imposed the death penalty for possession of tobacco. — Andrew Weil
It Was You Sayings By Danielle Steel: Hot, isn't it?" Peter asked on the way into town, and the driver nodded. He Hot, isn't it?" Peter asked on the way into town, and the driver nodded. He could hear from the accent in his French that he was American, but he spoke it adequately, and the driver answered him in French, speaking slowly, so Peter could understand him. "It's been nice for a week. Did you come from America?" the driver asked with interest. People responded to Peter that way, they were drawn to him, even if they normally wouldn't have been. But the fact that he spoke French to him impressed the driver. — Danielle Steel
It Was You Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: No," he said. "No, I'll never wonder what it would be like to have sex No," he said. "No, I'll never wonder what it would be like to have sex with someone else for the same reason I don't want to kiss anyone else. You're the only girl I've ever touched. And I feel like it was supposed to be that way. I touch you and my whole body ... rings. Like a bell or something. And I could touch other girls, and maybe there would be something, you know, like maybe there would be noise. But not like with you. And what would happen if I kept touching and touching them, and then ... and then, I tried to touch you again? I might not be able to hear us anymore. I might not ring true. — Rainbow Rowell
It Was You Sayings By Kristen Ashley: Which one are you?" I whispered. "What?" he asked. "Are you the good guy, the Which one are you?" I whispered.
"What?" he asked.
"Are you the good guy, the sweet guy who takes care of me or are you this guy who's kind of a jerk?"
His answer was instantaneous. "I'm both those guys, babe. Your job is to get used to it."
There it was, another order. Not even an ultimatum. Just, "get used to it". — Kristen Ashley
It Was You Sayings By Claire Legrand: If you weren't, well, youI'd want to kiss you right now. It was fortunate that If you weren't, well, you
I'd want to kiss you right now. It was fortunate that the room was so dark. Victoria's cheeks turned bright red. — Claire Legrand
It Was You Sayings By Isabel Allende: When I'm scared - and I'm always scared when I have to face an audience, When I'm scared - and I'm always scared when I have to face an audience, when I have to read a review, when I publish a book ... then, I think of my grandfather. My grandfather was this strong, tough Basque who would never bend ... What would he do? Well, he would go ahead, close his eyes, and drive forward. You do it and the spirit that is within you ... is there. — Isabel Allende
It Was You Sayings By Rachel Caine: Myrnin, who hadn't said much, suddenly reached out and wrapped his arms around her. She Myrnin, who hadn't said much, suddenly reached out and wrapped his arms around her.
She stiffened, shocked, and for a panicked second wondered whether he'd suddenly decided to snack on her neck ... but it was just a hug.
His body felt cold against hers, and way too close, but then he let go and stepped back. "You've done very well. I'm extremely proud of you," he said. There was a touch of color high in his pale cheeks. "Do go home now. And shower. You reek like the dead."
Which, coming from a vampire, was pretty rich. — Rachel Caine
It Was You Sayings By Henry Rollins: I was at the first Minor Threat show, and you could tell, 'This band is I was at the first Minor Threat show, and you could tell, 'This band is going to be the king of the town.' It was obvious. They were so good. — Henry Rollins
It Was You Sayings By Liane Moriarty: She was remembering what it was like when you broke up with someone. Conversations became She was remembering what it was like when you broke up with someone. Conversations became so hopelessly tangled. You had to be polite and precise. You couldn't safely criticize anymore, because you didn't have the right. You'd lost your immunity. — Liane Moriarty
It Was You Sayings By John Sweeney: I was invincible, at least that's what I wanted you to think, and I wanted I was invincible, at least that's what I wanted you to think, and I wanted me to think it, too. — John Sweeney
It Was You Sayings By Emily Colson: When I finally made it across the dune, I found her gazing at the ocean When I finally made it across the dune, I found her gazing at the ocean and holding a weathered fence post as if it were the mast of a sailboat.
'That was quite a sprint you did on that soft sand,' I said, huffing and puffing. She smiled, but didn't respond. So I clarified, 'That sand is hard to get through.'
She laughed. 'It's easier to get through the tough stuff if I give it a little muscle.'
I looked at her out of the corner of my eye and said coyly, 'I think there's a life lesson there.'
'Nah,' she refuted. 'I've exercised my whole life. Lots of practice. It comes naturally now.'
Like I said. — Emily Colson
It Was You Sayings By Autumn Doughton: We said it from the beginning. No strings. No regrets. We lay, tangled in a We said it from the beginning. No strings. No regrets. We lay, tangled in a web of sheets, Limbs and anemic light, And we passed promises back and forth like slippery stars. You told me you were recovering from A broken heart. I told you I was recovering from A broken life. Fair enough, we agreed and laughed. We wrote stories on our bodies. Middles and endings Etched onto our feet and the palms of our hands. Our hopes were lettered in black and silver On a background of stark white flesh. We traded words on our tongues like tiny drops of melted sugar. — Autumn Doughton
It Was You Sayings By Dylan Perry: I've done this sort of thing before. Not prophecies so much, but you'd be surprised I've done this sort of thing before. Not prophecies so much, but you'd be surprised how many people want to realign their ancestral lines to seem nobler, or rewrite their family history to remove more morally questionable episodes." He paused to recall a recent rewrite. "One lord wanted the murderers removed from his family line. His family was so corrupt, he ended up with three virgin births, two generations removed entirely and a lady who gave birth at the age of two. Still, no one questions it as there is evidence in the archives." Bubo smugly tapped a book. "There is one thing though, faking a prophecy in the past is easy, you already know the result. How will you make this come true in the future?"
"I have someone in mind for it, but I'm not sure he'll go for it. But then prophecy is all optional anyway." Corvid looked up as if a thought had occurred to him. "I'd best go check on my man, I've not met him yet. — Dylan Perry
It Was You Sayings By Steven Tyler: You should have felt the buzz the moment all five of us got together in You should have felt the buzz the moment all five of us got together in the same room for the first time again. We all started laughin' - it was like the five years had never passed. We knew we'd made the right move. — Steven Tyler
It Was You Sayings By J.M. Darhower: My mom used to talk about fate all the time, and I think you're it My mom used to talk about fate all the time, and I think you're it ... you're my fate. You were brought to me for a reason, for us to save each other. Because you weren't the only one needing saved, Haven. I was drowning, and you rescued me. — J.M. Darhower
It Was You Sayings By Kevin Jonas: When I was in middle school, I tried to impress this girl by jumping over When I was in middle school, I tried to impress this girl by jumping over this ledge on a scooter. I caught the edge of the ledge and totally fell right in front of her. I never talked to her again. So [my advice is], take it easy if you have a school crush! — Kevin Jonas
It Was You Sayings By Doug Stanhope: You say you hate children and people always say the same thing; it would be You say you hate children and people always say the same thing; it would be different if it was your own child. Well what if it wasn't? — Doug Stanhope
It Was You Sayings By Chris Boucher: Leela: Why are we listening to them? It is a waste of time.The Doctor; It Leela: Why are we listening to them? It is a waste of time.
The Doctor; It is difficult to know what will be a waste of time until after the time has been wasted, by which time it is too late. So predicting what will be a waste of time is something of a waste of time. Unless it gives you pleasure of course when it probably doesn't count as a waste of time.
Leela (yawning): I am sorry I did not hear what you said, Doctor.
The Doctor (smiling): That was a waste of time then. — Chris Boucher
It Was You Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: I lived here once," the author said after a moment."Here? For a long time?""No. For I lived here once," the author said after a moment.
"Here? For a long time?"
"No. For just a little while when I was young."
"It must have been rather cramped."
"I didn't notice."
"Would you like to try it again?"
"No. And I couldn't if I wanted to."
He shivered slightly and closed the windows. As they went downstairs, the visitor said, half apologetically: "It's really just like all houses, isn't it?"
The author nodded.
"I didn't think it was when I built it, but in the end I suppose it's just like other houses after all. — F Scott Fitzgerald
It Was You 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
It Was You Sayings By Bob Colacello: Very few people actually saw Andy's films like Chelsea Girls where he filmed seven hours, Very few people actually saw Andy's films like Chelsea Girls where he filmed seven hours, ran it on two screens, where each scene was in a different room at the Chelsea Hotel with these people he called 'Superstars who were basically super-exhibitionists - the guy in one room high on LSD talking about masturbation, Brigid Berlin in another room playing a lesbian and shooting up people with amphetamines right through their jeans, it was all real and they were really doing it (though Brigid is now a proper lady), but you know Andy really did pre-date reality TV. — Bob Colacello
It Was You Sayings By Arthur Young: Science already contained all that was necessary, if you just brought it out. Science already contained all that was necessary, if you just brought it out. — Arthur Young
It Was You 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
It Was You Sayings By Ron White: Years ago, while I was watching a baseball game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Years ago, while I was watching a baseball game between the Baltimore Orioles and the Texas Rangers, I remember staring in awe at Cal Ripken. I realized during this game that 'you don't have to be flashy' or have 'power numbers' to be great. It's about the simple things that are the hard things. It's about leadership, work ethic and commitment. — Ron White
It Was You Sayings By Susanna Clarke: Strange stared thoughtfully at her for several seconds, so that Arabella mistakenly supposed he must Strange stared thoughtfully at her for several seconds, so that Arabella mistakenly supposed he must be considering what she had just said. But when he spoke it was only to say in a tone of gentle reproof, "My love, you are standing on my papers." He took her arm and moved her gently aside. — Susanna Clarke
It Was You Sayings By James Patterson: An unbearable smug look came over his usually impassive face."Uh-huh. You just keep telling youself An unbearable smug look came over his usually impassive face."Uh-huh. You just keep telling youself that. You looove me."
I took a swing at him, but he jumped back nimbly, and all I did was jar my left arm, making it hurt.
He laughed at me, then pointed at the woods ouside the window."Pick a tree. I'll go carve our initials in it. — James Patterson
It Was You Sayings By Lee Strobel: Jesus's death has infinite value because he's an infinite God; it was enough to cover Jesus's death has infinite value because he's an infinite God; it was enough to cover all the sins of the world. If we say some sin is too terrible, then we're saying Jesus fell short in his mission. Grace is only grace if it's available even to the Duchs of the world. In fact," he said, straightening himself in his chair, "here's a difficult thing for us to comprehend: God loves Duch as much as he loves you and me. — Lee Strobel
It Was You Sayings By Gordon Korman: He watched in awe as she stacked up an enormous armload of music. "There," she He watched in awe as she stacked up an enormous armload of music. "There," she finished, slapping Frank Zappa's Greatest Hits on top of the pile. "That should do for a start."
"You are a music lover," said the wide-eyed cashier.
"No, I'm a kleptomaniac." And she dashed out the door.
He was so utterly shocked that it took him a moment to run after her.
With a meaningful nod in the direction of the astounded Cahills, she barreled down the cobblestone street with her load.
"Fermati!" shouted the cashier, scrambling in breathless pursuit.
Nellie let a few CDs drop and watched with satisfaction over her shoulder as the clerk stopped to pick them up. The trick would be to keep the chase going just long enough for Amy and Dan to search Disco Volante.
Yikes, she reflected suddenly, I'm starting to think like a Cahill ...
And if she was nuts enough to hang around this family, it was only going to get worse. — Gordon Korman
It Was You Sayings By Donnie Fritts: As long as you have those brilliant songs, it didn't matter how bad you played, As long as you have those brilliant songs, it didn't matter how bad you played, or how bad he sang on 'em sometimes. It was one of those magical things that really worked, and I don't think could ever happen again. — Donnie Fritts
It Was You Sayings By Lev Grossman: This is a feeling that you had, Quentin, she said. Once, a very long time This is a feeling that you had, Quentin, she said. Once, a very long time ago. A rare one. This is how you felt when you were eight years old, and you opened one of the Fillory books for the first time, and you felt awe and joy and hope and longing all at once. You felt them very strongly, Quentin. You dreamed of Fillory then, with a power and an innocence that not many people ever experience. That's where all this began for you. You wanted the world to be better than it was. — Lev Grossman
It Was You Sayings By P.G. Wodehouse: If you are ignorant of Lora Delane Porter's books that is your affair. Perhaps you If you are ignorant of Lora Delane Porter's books that is your affair. Perhaps you are more to be pitied than censured. Nature probably gave you the wrong shape of forehead. Mrs. Porter herself would have put it down to some atavistic tendency or pre-natal influence. She put most things down to that. She blamed nearly all the defects of the modern world, from weak intellects to in-growing toe-nails, on long-dead ladies and gentlemen who, safe in the family vault, imagined that they had established their alibi. She subpoenaed grandfathers and even great-grandfathers to give evidence to show that the reason Twentieth-Century Willie squinted or had to spend his winters in Arizona was their own shocking health 'way back in the days beyond recall. — P.G. Wodehouse
It Was You Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: Why are you looking at me like that?" "I guess I've never seen you in Why are you looking at me like that?"
"I guess I've never seen you in a T-shirt before. Or jeans."
"It's for the distasteful thing," Gansey said. He plucked at the T-shirt with deprecating fingers. "I'm rather slovenly at the moment, I know."
Blue concurred, "Yes, slovenly, that's exactly what I was thinking. Ronan, I see that you're dressed slovenly as well. — Maggie Stiefvater
It Was You Sayings By Flavor Flav: It was you that chose your due,You built a maze you can't get through.I tried It was you that chose your due,
You built a maze you can't get through.
I tried to help you all I can,
Now I can't do nuttin' for you, man! — Flavor Flav
It Was You Sayings By Jeaniene Frost: Not for a minute did I believe that this wasn't goodbye. Still, I had loved Not for a minute did I believe that this wasn't goodbye. Still, I had loved and been loved in return, and there was nothing greater than that. It far outweighed the alienation of all the previous years.
Bones thought five months was too short; I was amazed I'd been granted joy for so long.
"I love you," he moaned, or maybe I said it. I couldn't tell the difference anymore. The lines had
dissolved between us. — Jeaniene Frost
It Was You Sayings By Matt Haig: You had to stay consistent to life's delusions. All you had was your perspective, so You had to stay consistent to life's delusions. All you had was your perspective, so objective truth was meaningless. You had to choose a dream and stick with it. Everything else was a con.And once you had tasted truth and love in the same potent cocktail there had to be no more tricks. — Matt Haig
It Was You Sayings By Scaachi Koul: I peeled the shorts off my sweating skin and stepped into the skirt. It slid I peeled the shorts off my sweating skin and stepped into the skirt. It slid up my body, resting on my waist, and I pulled the zipper up towards the lord. It didn't just fit. No, it did more than that. It melded to my body, beautifully, as if it had been cut specifically for me, to mask and smooth and elevate. I would be better in this skirt. The dream was happening! I had the all-knowing smile, my hair was suddenly more luxurious, I felt thinner, more acceptable. Girls who had been mean to me in high school would see me in this skirt and think, "Is that Scaachi?" and I'd say, "YOU BET IT IS, YOU DUMB BITCH" and then punch all their boyfriends in the teeth. (I have not thought this fantasy through; just let me have this.) — Scaachi Koul
It Was You Sayings By Eminem: Of course you don't want your kids swearing. But remember how fun it was to Of course you don't want your kids swearing. But remember how fun it was to cuss when you were in the first grade? — Eminem
It Was You Sayings By Friedrich Schiller: You could be happy without me - but not become unhappy through me. This I You could be happy without me - but not become unhappy through me. This I felt alive in me - and thereupon I built my hopes. You could give yourself to another, but none could love you more purely or more completely than I did. To none could your happiness be holier, as it was to me, and always will be. My whole existence, everything that lives within me, everything, my most precious, I devote to you, and if I try to ennoble myself, that is done, in order to become ever worthier of you, to make you ever happier. — Friedrich Schiller
It Was You Sayings By Deyth Banger: You could feel it, you could smell it, it was like I was there... (Hidden You could feel it, you could smell it, it was like I was there... (Hidden 2015) — Deyth Banger
It Was You Sayings By Dave Cullen: From the Basement tapes Eric outdid Dylan with the apologies. To the untrained eye, he From the Basement tapes
Eric outdid Dylan with the apologies. To the untrained eye, he seemed sincere. The psychologists on the case found Eric less convincing. They saw a psychopath. Classic. He even pulled the stunt of self-diagnosing to dismiss it. "I wish I was a fucking sociopath so I didn't have any remorse," Eric said. "But I do."
Watching that made Dr. Fuselier angry. Remorse meant a deep desire to correct a mistake. Eric hadn't done it yet. He excused his actions several times on the tapes. Fuselier was tough to rattle, but that got to him.
"Those are the most worthless apologies I've ever heard in my life," he said. It got more ludicrous later, when Eric willed some of his stuff to two buddies, "if you guys live."
"If you live?" Fuselier repeated. "They are going to go in there and quite possibly kill their friends. If they were the least bit sorry they would not do it! — Dave Cullen
It Was You Sayings By Phil Crane: If you started a business when Christ was born and lost $1 million a day, If you started a business when Christ was born and lost $1 million a day, it would still take another 700 years before you lost $1 trillion. — Phil Crane
It Was You Sayings By Henry Cloud: Setting limits has to do with telling the truth. The Bible clearly distinguishes between those Setting limits has to do with telling the truth. The Bible clearly distinguishes between those who love truth and those who don't. First, there is the person who welcomes your boundaries. Who accepts them. Who listens to them. Who says, "I'm glad you have a separate opinion. It makes me a better person." This person is called wise, or righteous. The second type hates limits. Resents your difference. Tries to manipulate you into giving up your treasures. Try our "litmus test" experiment with your significant relationships. Tell them no in some area. You'll either come out with increased intimacy - or learn that there was very little to begin with. — Henry Cloud
It Was You Sayings By Alison Moyet: One of the things I wanted to do with 'The Turn' was write a production One of the things I wanted to do with 'The Turn' was write a production of songs that could be stripped down to one or two instruments if you chose to do it. — Alison Moyet
It Was You Sayings By Marcus Aurelius: Thus there are two reasons why you must be content with what happens to you: Thus there are two reasons why you must be content with what happens to you: first because it was for you it came to pass, for you it was ordered and to you it was related, a thread of destiny stretching back to the most ancient causes; secondly because that which has come to each individually is a cause of the welfare and the completion in very truth of the actual continuance of that which governs the Whole. — Marcus Aurelius
It Was You Sayings By J.D. Robb: Do you remember the first time we made love?" He touched his lips to hers Do you remember the first time we made love?" He touched his lips to hers as he said it. "We rode up in the elevator like this and couldn't keep our hands off each other, couldn't get to each other quick enough. I was mad for you. I wanted you more than I wanted to keep breathing. I still do." He deepened the kiss as the elevator doors opened. "It's never going to change. — J.D. Robb
It Was You Sayings By Ally Carter: Now, now, hear me out," Hamish went on. "We don't have to kidnap Garrett. Not Now, now, hear me out," Hamish went on. "We don't have to kidnap Garrett. Not if we kidnap the buyer."
"Or distract him," Angus added.
"Like the Bulgari job," Hamish said.
"You mean the job that landed half the DiMarco family in a South African prison?" Kat said.
Angus shrugged. "Nobody said it was perfect. — Ally Carter
It Was You Sayings By Billy Wilder: Ah, Marilyn, Hollywood's Joan of Arc, our Ultimate Sacrificial Lamb. Well, let me tell you, Ah, Marilyn, Hollywood's Joan of Arc, our Ultimate Sacrificial Lamb. Well, let me tell you, she was mean, terribly mean. The meanest woman I have ever known in this town. I am appalled by this Marilyn Monroe cult. Perhaps it's getting to be an act of courage to say the truth about her. Well, let me be courageous. I have never met anyone as utterly mean as Marilyn Monroe. Nor as utterly fabulous on the screen, and that includes Garbo. — Billy Wilder
It Was You Sayings By David Levithan: There are times I think of us all and I wish we were back in There are times I think of us all and I wish we were back in second grade. Not really that young. But I wish it felt like second grade. I'm not saying everyone was friends back then. But we all got along. There were groups, but they didn't really divide. At the end of the day, your class was your class, and you felt like you were a part of it. You had your friends and you had the other kids, but you didn't really hate anyone longer than a couple of hours. Everybody got a birthday card. In second grade, we were all in it together. Now we're all apart. — David Levithan
It Was You Sayings By Bruce Vilanch: I mean, when I started out I was billing per hour, like a shrink because I mean, when I started out I was billing per hour, like a shrink because you would sit with somebody and work. But most of it, if it's for a live show it's usually a buy-out. A flat fee. — Bruce Vilanch
It Was You Sayings By Salman Rushdie: But then the subject turned to the spiritual life and Meg talked about her many But then the subject turned to the spiritual life and Meg talked about her many visits to ashrams in India and her admiration for Swami Muktananda and Gurumayi. That got in the way, especially because he told her of his skepticism regarding the guru industry, and suggested she might profitably read Gita Mehta's book Karma Cola. "Why are you so cynical?" she asked him, as if she genuinely wanted to know the answer, and he said that if you grew up in India it was easy to conclude that these people were fakes. "Yes, of course there are lots of charlatans," she said, reasonably, "but can't you discriminate?" He shook his head sadly. "No," he said. "No, I can't." That was the end of their chat. — Salman Rushdie
It Was You Sayings By Sophie Oak: What I don't get is how this helps me. You two get superpowers, and I What I don't get is how this helps me. You two get superpowers, and I get what?"Cian smiled broadly. "You have a power, Meggie. You have a magical pussy. It was sleeping with you together that brought us into our power. That vagina of yours is pure gold, lover." Meg gave Cian a playful shove and rolled her eyes while he and his brother had a good laugh."Don't go expecting to use it on anyone else," Beck said as though the thought had suddenly occurred to him. "That only works on the two of us."Meg walked up to him and gave him a saucy smile. "Yes, Beck, I was planning on opening up shop. I was going to hang a sign on the cottage door and charge for it. — Sophie Oak
It Was You Sayings By Clare Vanderpool: My mother was like sand. The kind that warms you on a beach when you My mother was like sand. The kind that warms you on a beach when you come shivering out of the cold water. The kind that clings to your body, leaving its impression on your skin to remind you where you've been and where you've come from. The kind you keep finding in your shoes and your pockets long after you've left the beach. She was also like the sand that archaeologists dig through. Layers and layers of sand that have kept dinosaur bones together for millions of years. And as hot and dusty and plain as that sand might be, those archaeologists are grateful for it, because without it to keep the bones in place, everything would scatter. Everything would fall apart. — Clare Vanderpool
It Was You Sayings By Fantasia Barrino: I think my purpose was just to get out and sing. I love to sing. I think my purpose was just to get out and sing. I love to sing. I wasn't even in it for the - you know, the prize. I was, like, 'Hey, man, I'm going to sing.' — Fantasia Barrino
It Was You Sayings By Charles Bukowski: It's the same for most of us but one of the best things I learned It's the same for most of us but one of the best things I learned was to stay out of the bars and also to try to stay off the street. I fail sometimes to stay off the streets but not too often. the finest place on earth to drink is in your own place and alone. you probably know all this. all right. — Charles Bukowski
It Was You Sayings By Carrie Vaughn: Why vampires? You write centuries-long family sagas - why not write historical epics without any Why vampires? You write centuries-long family sagas - why not write historical epics without any hint of the supernatural?"

"Well, that would be boring, wouldn't it?"

"Yeah, God only knows what Tolstoy was thinking. — Carrie Vaughn
It Was You Sayings By Jincy Willett: Once, before leaving on vacation, I copied an entire page from an Alice Munro story Once, before leaving on vacation, I copied an entire page from an Alice Munro story and left it in my typewriter, hoping a burglar might come upon it and mistake her words for my own. That an intruder would spend his valuable time reading, that he might be impressed by the description of a crooked face, was something I did not question, as I believed, and still do, that stories save you. — Jincy Willett
It Was You Sayings By Avon Gale: Can you spare me the veteran hockey player wisdom?" Lane leaned in again."Sure. But let Can you spare me the veteran hockey player wisdom?" Lane leaned in again.

"Sure. But let me tell you something, pipsqueak." At Lane's angry glare, Jared kissed him again. "You weren't on my team, and you weren't my captain, but you taught me how to love this game again. You showed me it was ok to think more of myself than I did and believe I could do more than throw my fists around. You gave me back something I didn't even realize that I'd lost."

"You're saying it's my fault you made a sick glove save on me?"

"It was pretty sick. Wasn't it?" Jared agreed, unable to help himself. But he smiled at Lane and kissed him. — Avon Gale
It Was You Sayings By Nicola Griffith: Wood is an endlessly adaptive material. You can plane, chisel, saw, carve, sand, and bend Wood is an endlessly adaptive material. You can plane, chisel, saw, carve, sand, and bend it, and when the pieces are the shape you want you can use dovetail joints, tenpenny nails, pegs or glue; you can use lamination or inlay or marquetry; and then you can beautify it with French polish or plain linseed oil or subtle stains. And when you go to dinner at a friend's house, the candlelight will pick out the contours of grain and line, and when you take your seat you will be reminded that what you are sitting on grew from the dirt, stretched towards the sun, weathered rain and wind, and sheltered animals; it was not extruded by faceless machines lined on a cold cement floor and fed from metal vats. Wood reminds us where we come from. — Nicola Griffith
It Was You Sayings By Jessica Thompson: This was it. It was pulse-racing, heart-wrenching, dizzying love. The kind that touches every one This was it. It was pulse-racing, heart-wrenching, dizzying love. The kind that touches every one of your nerve endings and renders you almost insane. The kind I could not give into easily because it already hurt like hell before lift-off. — Jessica Thompson
It Was You Sayings By Charlie Munger: If you, like me, lived through 1973-74 or even the early 1990s ... There was If you, like me, lived through 1973-74 or even the early 1990s ... There was a waiting list to get OUT of the country club - that's when you know things are tough. If you live long enough, you'll see it. — Charlie Munger
It Was You Sayings By Jodi Picoult: When you showed someone how you felt, it was fesh and honest. Whe you told When you showed someone how you felt, it was fesh and honest. Whe you told someone how you felt, there might be nothing behind the words but habit or expectation. — Jodi Picoult
It Was You Sayings By Kathleen Brooks: Love happens. It's what you do with it that matters. If you embrace it, it Love happens. It's what you do with it that matters. If you embrace it, it will give you a joy you have never known was possible. If you ignore it, it has the power to haunt you. — Kathleen Brooks
It Was You Sayings By Mary E. Pearson: He nodded. "You're right. It's probably for the best." Bitterness rose in my throat. I He nodded. "You're right. It's probably for the best."
Bitterness rose in my throat. I hated things being for the best. They never really were. It was a phrase that sugarcoated the leftover crumbs of our options. — Mary E. Pearson
It Was You Sayings By Mark Ruffalo: I didn't apply to any colleges - I lied to all my friends and told I didn't apply to any colleges - I lied to all my friends and told them I was going to UCSD, because all their parents would be like, 'Mark, where're you going to college?' and I'd just lie 'cause I felt it was unrealistic to be an actor. — Mark Ruffalo
It Was You Sayings By Debra Anastasia: Four hundred forty-six," Cole whispered."What?" she asked.He kept his head down in what seemed to Four hundred forty-six," Cole whispered.
"What?" she asked.
He kept his head down in what seemed to be a prayer. "He counts. You've smiled at him four hundred and forty-six times as of a few minutes ago. He announces the number every time I see him."
"I'm ashamed to admit that I didn't think you were real. Considering my line of work, I should have more faith in humanity." Cole shook his head. "I think it was smile two hundred eighty-six that drove me the most crazy. It was the night train. Blake was so sick, feverish. Honestly, I was considering taking him to the hospital. But no. He didn't want to miss a smile. He wouldn't even let me drive him. Blake walked the whole way in the pouring rain for number two eighty-six. — Debra Anastasia
It Was You Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: You owe me this. You made me get rid of my assassin and now I You owe me this. You made me get rid of my assassin and now I have no control over those creatures that - "
That you created," he added, interrupting her angry tirade. "Don't forget the important part here. The Dark-Hunters wouldn't exist at all had someone, and for the sake of your missing intellect let me clarify that, you, not stolen powers from me that could bring back the dead. I didn't need the Dark-Hunters to help me fight against the Daimons and protect the humans. I was doing fine on my own. But you wouldn't have it. You created them and made me responsible for their lives. It's a responsibility that I take most seriously, so excuse me for banning you from killing them because you have reverse PMS."
She scowled. "Reverse PMS?"
Yeah, unlike a normal woman, you're cranky twenty-eight days out of the month. — Sherrilyn Kenyon
It Was You Sayings By Robin Wright: You couldn't pay me enough money to go back to being 20. So many tears; You couldn't pay me enough money to go back to being 20. So many tears; what a nightmare it was. It's much better being older. — Robin Wright
It Was You Sayings By Kristin Cast: I don't want any of this. I just want to be what I was before I don't want any of this. I just want to be what I was before you showed up here and all hell broke loose. I want to be popular and dating the hottest guy in school. Now I'm none of those things, and I'm a human who has scary visions and don't know what to do about any of it. — Kristin Cast
It Was You Sayings By Marissa Meyer: She surveyed him for a long moment, her brows knitting together. "Murder?"His grin grew. "Thank She surveyed him for a long moment, her brows knitting together. "Murder?"
His grin grew. "Thank you, but no. I started a riot on t he yard." He adjusted his collar, before adding, "We were protesting the soap."
Her confusion grew, and Thorne noticed that she was still in her defensive stance.
"The soap," he said again, wondering if she'd heard him. "It's too drying."
She said nothing.
"I have sensitive skin. — Marissa Meyer