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Richardson's Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: So ... do I have to go punch Stone in the face, or just burp So ... do I have to go punch Stone in the face, or just burp in Richardson's class?" Caleb
"Do what?" Nick
"I'm trying to gauge how much detention I need to earn to match yours. Therefore I'm asking the severity of my grievance and who to assault for it." Caleb — Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Richardson's Sayings By Elliot Richardson: I had come to regard the U.S. Senate's rejection of the League of Nations as I had come to regard the U.S. Senate's rejection of the League of Nations as a tragic mistake. — Elliot Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Don Richardson: Human free will implies God's prior decision not to tamper with the metaphysical base of Human free will implies God's prior decision not to tamper with the metaphysical base of that free will. It also implies man's ability to reject the persuasion God uses to influence that free will while leaving its metaphysical base intact! Persuasion, not compulsion, is what even He must rely upon! And persuasion, by its very definition, must be resistible! — Don Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Kim Michele Richardson: Then I surrendered the innocent heart of my childhood and extended my hand to Satan. Then I surrendered the innocent heart of my childhood and extended my hand to Satan. I walked into Hell, conversed with demons past, found my stolen tears and painfully wept, tasting those acrid drops. Shaking my fists to the heavens, I questioned my God many times, "I'm so disappointed in you, God. So disappointed," I sobbed. "You," I fought to catch my breath, "you forgot to tell the world I was supposed to be a princess, God, a princess! Somebody's princess. So disappointed, so very . . . — Kim Michele Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Joely Richardson: I'd love to adopt, but having a daughter, Daisy, who's in the middle of her I'd love to adopt, but having a daughter, Daisy, who's in the middle of her teens, I'm now thinking: Is this a time to start all over again or is this a time to realise those child-rearing years are over? — Joely Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Angela Richardson: It's extraordinary how much you can tell about a person from their interpretations. It can It's extraordinary how much you can tell about a person from their interpretations. It can show you how they see the world, and how they might see you. — Angela Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Dorothy Richardson: The better you hear a thing put, the more certain you are there's another view. The better you hear a thing put, the more certain you are there's another view. — Dorothy Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: Stop worrying about what others think. At the end of the day, you have to Stop worrying about what others think. At the end of the day, you have to live with you. Trust yourself. No one has to tell you when it's right. Do what you need to do. — Cheryl Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Bobby S. Richardson: all the while sneering at us deprived Northeastern Somerville kids across the fields. all the while sneering at us deprived Northeastern Somerville kids across the fields. — Bobby S. Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By John H Richardson: Most of the reasons for late-term abortions have to do with severe fetal deformities, but Most of the reasons for late-term abortions have to do with severe fetal deformities, but when I found out that dwarfism was also a reason for late-term abortions that was tough. I did a book on dwarfs and know a lot of them, and that was a shock. That's a decision I could not feel comfortable with. — John H Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Bill Richardson: I choose bold. I choose action. I choose what's right for the people. I choose I choose bold. I choose action. I choose what's right for the people. I choose to make a difference. — Bill Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By H. L. Richardson: When a legislature decides to steal some of our rights and plans to use police When a legislature decides to steal some of our rights and plans to use police force to accomplish it, what's the real difference between them and the thief? Darn little! They hide behind the excuse that they're legislating democratically. The fact they do it by a majority vote has no moral significance whatsoever. Numerical might does not constitute right, no more than a lynch mob can justify its act because a majority participated. — H. L. Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Miranda Richardson: It's the idea that when you say 'actress', people think of an airy, floaty, no-brain It's the idea that when you say 'actress', people think of an airy, floaty, no-brain person, which of course you can't be if you are an actor. It is an unfortunate word, which is why, for a time, I hung on to 'actor', because it just seemed more workmanlike, you know, like you say 'woman doctor' not 'doctoress'. — Miranda Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Samuel Richardson: Friendly satire may be compared to a fine lancet, which gently breathes a vein for Friendly satire may be compared to a fine lancet, which gently breathes a vein for health's sake. — Samuel Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Leonard Richardson: the "API call" metaphor inevitably exposes the server's implementation details to the clients. This introduces the "API call" metaphor inevitably exposes the server's implementation details to the clients. This introduces coupling between server code and client code. — Leonard Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By James Richardson: The drives were nature's first provision: thinking was added later, to get us around the The drives were nature's first provision: thinking was added later, to get us around the world's obstacles to them. — James Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Arthur Conan Doyle: One likes to think that there is some fantastic limbo for the children of imagination, One likes to think that there is some fantastic limbo for the children of imagination, some strange, impossible place where the beaux of Fielding may still make love to the belles of Richardson, where Scott's heroes still may strut, Dickens's delightful Cockneys still raise a laugh, and Thackeray's worldlings continue to carry on their reprehensible careers. Perhaps in some humble corner of such a Valhalla, Sherlock and his Watson may for a time find a place, while some more astute sleuth with some even less astute comrade may fill the stage which they have vacated. — Arthur Conan Doyle
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Richardson's Sayings By Samuel Richardson: A widow's refusal of a lover is seldom so explicit as to exclude hope. A widow's refusal of a lover is seldom so explicit as to exclude hope. — Samuel Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Miranda Richardson: In my industry, everybody wants to know everything about you, and it's just dumb. I In my industry, everybody wants to know everything about you, and it's just dumb. I think the only way of maintaining some of that mystique is by not giving away too much about yourself. It has served me well so far. I never want to feel up for grabs. — Miranda Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Joely Richardson: The highest pay cheque my mother ever received funded the building of a nursery school The highest pay cheque my mother ever received funded the building of a nursery school in Shepherd's Bush - the school cost well over three times the money she donated to the making of the film 'The Palestinian.' Unsurprisingly this always goes unmentioned in the press. — Joely Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Amanda Richardson: You can't judge someone else's grief - we're all grieving something, and everyone has the You can't judge someone else's grief - we're all grieving something, and everyone has the right to be sad about whatever the hell they want to be sad about. — Amanda Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By John H Richardson: That's his definition of mercy. This is the year of the Mercy Jubilee of the That's his definition of mercy. This is the year of the Mercy Jubilee of the pope. I know that he's against abortion, but he talks about Christ's emphasis on mercy instead of his emphasis on judgment. He talks about the lack of Christian charity and the pride that are afloat in our world these days in terms of making moral judgments on other people. That's really it for Willie. He's really a missionary. — John H Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Kat Richardson: Twas the night before Christmas - well, the late afternoon, in fact, but who could Twas the night before Christmas - well, the late afternoon, in fact, but who could tell at the North Pole in the middle of winter - and Matthias the werewolf was knee-deep in reindeer guts. Really, it was the deer's own fault for having that glowing red nose that had made it ever so easy to pick him out in the gloom. There it had been, like a neon sign saying FAST FOOD and Matt being like Yellow Dog Dingo - always hungry - had taken the opportunity for a quick snack. — Kat Richardson
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Richardson's Sayings By Samuel Richardson: What the deuse do we men go to school for? If our wits were equal What the deuse do we men go to school for? If our wits were equal to women's, we might spare much time and pains in our education: for nature teaches your sex, what, in a long course of labour and study, ours can hardly attain to. — Samuel Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: I have tremendous empathy for people who are faced with any kind of a chronic I have tremendous empathy for people who are faced with any kind of a chronic problem. Sometimes when we're in this situation, it's as though our mind has us believe that if we ruminate about the pain we'll find a way out. — Cheryl Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Angela Richardson: Have you ever had a moment in time when it felt like it moved in Have you ever had a moment in time when it felt like it moved in slow motion? As if a split second felt like an hour because your mind cannot seem to process in the instant it's supposed to, and the moment implodes on itself so you can barely breathe, and everything feels like a dream. A slow, heart-wrenching, time-freezing, dream.
Well, this was one of those moments for me. — Angela Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Bill Richardson: President Clinton is going to embrace President Obama, as he should. They are working together. President Clinton is going to embrace President Obama, as he should. They are working together. They're different kinds of people. Obama is cool, Clinton is a schmoozer. Both are great speakers. It's a great merging of the party. — Bill Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Samuel Richardson: For God's sake *what*, sir? How can God's sake and your sake, I pray you, For God's sake *what*, sir? How can God's sake and your sake, I pray you, be the same?"
~Clarissa Harlowe~ — Samuel Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Jerome Richardson: Each instrument has something to say to you. It's got its own character. Each horn Each instrument has something to say to you. It's got its own character. Each horn has its own character and will say to you certain things. If you violate that, it's almost a sacrilege! — Jerome Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: Before her diagnosis, sometimes she felt like an outcast. Someone from a different world that Before her diagnosis, sometimes she felt like an outcast. Someone from a different world that spoke a different language. Now she knows she is an aspie. She fits in! With others just like her! It's okay to be an aspie. It's just who she is. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Shirley Jackson: At my age an hour's reading before bedtime is essential, and I wisely brought Pamela At my age an hour's reading before bedtime is essential, and I wisely brought Pamela with me. If any of you has trouble sleeping, I will read aloud to you. I never yet knew anyone who could not fall asleep with Richardson being read aloud to him. — Shirley Jackson
Richardson's Sayings By Bill Richardson: Few needs are more pressing, or more deserving of our attention, than taking care of Few needs are more pressing, or more deserving of our attention, than taking care of the men and women of the U.S. armed forces. — Bill Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By James Richardson: Metaphor isn't just a fancy turn of speech. It shapes our thoughts and feelings, reaches Metaphor isn't just a fancy turn of speech. It shapes our thoughts and feelings, reaches out to grasp new experience, and even binds our five disparate senses. James Geary's fascinating and utterly readable I is an Other brings the news on metaphor from literature and economics, from neuroscience and politics, illuminating topics from consumer behavior to autism spectrum disorders to the evolution of language. As a writer, as a teacher, and as someone just plain fascinated by how our minds work, I've been waiting years for exactly this book. — James Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Bill Richardson: President Clinton will, I think, lift everyone's spirit. He was a good president, an economic, President Clinton will, I think, lift everyone's spirit. He was a good president, an economic, balanced budget president. And President Obama, I believe, has been a very good president, too, and we will get reelected. You watch. — Bill Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: Not everyone will understand me. That's okay. I barely understand myself. Not everyone will understand me. That's okay. I barely understand myself. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Angela Richardson: I don't think being polite for polite's sake makes you a better person. I try I don't think being polite for polite's sake makes you a better person. I try to be as genuine as I can afford. — Angela Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By C.S. Richardson: A man can see a hundred women, lust for a thousand more, but it is A man can see a hundred women, lust for a thousand more, but it is one scent that will open his eyes and turn him to love. — C.S. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Luke Richardson: We decided to speak publicly about suicide because we wanted to make a difference in We decided to speak publicly about suicide because we wanted to make a difference in other people's lives. — Luke Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By John Brunner: Much earlier than Richardson, before World War I, in fact, Norman Angell had shown that Much earlier than Richardson, before World War I, in fact, Norman Angell had shown that the idea of fighting a war for profit was obsolete. The victors would pay a heavier cost than the losers. He was right, and that First World War proved the fact. The second one hammered it home with everything up to and including nuclear weapons. In an individual one would regard it as evidence of insanity to see someone repeatedly undertaking enterprises that resulted in his losing precisely what he claimed he was trying to achieve; it is not less lunatic to do it on the international scale, but if you've been catching the news lately you'll have noticed it's being done more than ever. — John Brunner
Richardson's Sayings By Angela Richardson: I guess, anything and everything that she wants. Marriage, babies, travelling the world, whatever it I guess, anything and everything that she wants. Marriage, babies, travelling the world, whatever it may be. I'm my strongest and happiest when she is with me, so all I need is her. I intend to love and cherish that girl until the end of time, and more if it's possible. — Angela Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Patricia Richardson: Tim on the show does a lot of that posturing, of course, and feels sort Tim on the show does a lot of that posturing, of course, and feels sort of threatened by women. But even at that, you do see him cooking, and ultimately he's a good father because he spends a lot of time with the boys. — Patricia Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: A lot of times we set ourselves up to fail. It's interesting. A lot of A lot of times we set ourselves up to fail. It's interesting. A lot of times the resolutions we choose are the ones, like you said in the opening, we keep breaking over and over again. Sometimes it reflects parts of ourselves that we really need to accept instead of trying to change. — Cheryl Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By C.S. Richardson: The problem is that you are too much in love. You are here because your The problem is that you are too much in love. You are here because your parents mentioned your name to someone who mentioned your parents' name to someone who mentioned your name to my superior who suggested that I might find a position for you. And so here you sit blocking my light and dripping on my floor, eager to tell me that you love the paintings in my museum. That you have known them, admired them, dreamt of them since you were a little girl. I wish it were otherwise but all this means nothing to me. Everyone who has sat on that stool has claimed your devotion. — C.S. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Robert Richardson: The beauty of a Tarantino film is that the visuals match the rhythm of the The beauty of a Tarantino film is that the visuals match the rhythm of the words. That's his goal. And that's my goal. — Robert Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Mark Richardson: It's a reminder of one of the greatest lessons of all: live as if you'll It's a reminder of one of the greatest lessons of all: live as if you'll live forever, but live each day as if it were your last. — Mark Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By James Richardson: What's thinking? You live in a grandly appointed house, but spend all your time rummaging What's thinking? You live in a grandly appointed house, but spend all your time rummaging around in the attic for any little trinket you hadn't known was there. — James Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: All autism is real it's a spectrum. All autism is real it's a spectrum. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: Autism is not something I "have" it's not an add on. This is why I Autism is not something I "have" it's not an add on. This is why I call myself autistic. Not person "with" autism. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Patricia Richardson: I live in such a sweet world in the world of 'Home Improvement' that I I live in such a sweet world in the world of 'Home Improvement' that I tend to be drawn to stuff that's really on the other end of the spectrum entirely. — Patricia Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: I don't have to look at your eyes to listen that's whatmy ears are for. I don't have to look at your eyes to listen that's what
my ears are for. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Miranda Richardson: I like people to be surprised by the turn of events. I don't want things I like people to be surprised by the turn of events. I don't want things just to be pat and formulaic. If there's some sort of internal combustion in the character or a desire to change the way things are going, that makes for conflict, which is the essence of drama. — Miranda Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: Sometimes the best way to uncover a new goal or dream is to step back, Sometimes the best way to uncover a new goal or dream is to step back, make space, and allow what's next to find you. — Cheryl Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Natasha Richardson: A film is a director's vision ... there is, however, much input an actor or A film is a director's vision ... there is, however, much input an actor or actress can have. — Natasha Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Bill Richardson: The rocket that goes up next March will not only lift a payload, it will The rocket that goes up next March will not only lift a payload, it will launch what I believe will ultimately be the most significant commercial space facility in the country, ... This launch will be a brilliant signal flare that will let the nation and the world know New Mexico's spaceport is open for business. We can now say with certainty that the dream of this spaceport launching a new era in New Mexico's aerospace industry will become reality. — Bill Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Jerome Richardson: You got to play the flute as a flute, like that. You can't play like You got to play the flute as a flute, like that. You can't play like a tenor concept on soprano; it sounds wrong. But some guys do it, and they think it's O.K., but not so! — Jerome Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By James Richardson: Here in the last minutes, the very end of the world, someone's tightening a screw Here in the last minutes, the very end of the world, someone's tightening a screw thinner than an eyelash, someone with slim wrists is straightening flowers ... — James Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Miranda Richardson: Insecurity, commonly regarded as a weakness in normal people, is the basic tool of the Insecurity, commonly regarded as a weakness in normal people, is the basic tool of the actor's trade. — Miranda Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By James Richardson: To me the great divide is between the talkative and the quiet. Do they just To me the great divide is between the talkative and the quiet. Do they just say everything that's on their minds, even before it's on their minds? Sometimes I think I could just turn up my head like a Walkman so what's going on there could be heard by others. But there would still be a difference. For inside the head they are talking to people like them, and I am talking to someone like me: he is quiet and doesn't much like being talked at; he can't conceal how easily he gets bored. — James Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Patricia Richardson: I'd like us to deliver a little message to all the men still out there I'd like us to deliver a little message to all the men still out there who think it's the '50s, and coming home simply means watching television with a beer. — Patricia Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Patricia Richardson: You go where you think it's good for your work and your soul to go. You go where you think it's good for your work and your soul to go. I need to go someplace where I am reminded about why I wanted to act in the first place, and for me, that's the theater. — Patricia Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Henry Handel Richardson: Oh my eye Betty Martin! Aren't I glad it isn't me that's going to school! Oh my eye Betty Martin! Aren't I glad it isn't me that's going to school! It looks just like a prison. — Henry Handel Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Trevor D. Richardson: How can we pick and choose which parts of the Bible to follow? One thing How can we pick and choose which parts of the Bible to follow? One thing is God's will and another is just cultural differences? What if it's all cultural? What if homosexuality or saving yourself for marriage is as outdated as women staying silent in church or Leviticus forbidding tattoos? — Trevor D. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Dorothy M. Richardson: From the first I hated, and whenever possible evaded, orderly instruction in regard to the From the first I hated, and whenever possible evaded, orderly instruction in regard to the world around me...Not that I lacked the child's faculty of wonder. In a sense, I had it to excess. For what astonished, and still astonishes, me more than anything else was the existence, anywhere, of anything at all. But since things there were, I preferred to become one with them, in the child's way of direct apprehension which no subsequent 'knowledge' can either rival or destroy, rather than to stand back and be told, in relation to any of the objects of my self-losing adoration, this and that. — Dorothy M. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Leonard Richardson: And it's nighttime," said Jenny. She sighed. "I'm going home. And it's nighttime," said Jenny. She sighed. "I'm going home. — Leonard Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Angela Richardson: Just think of me as a canvas and you as the paint, and try and Just think of me as a canvas and you as the paint, and try and imagine that we are creating a masterpiece that's so beautiful, that no other piece of art could rival its beauty. - Clint — Angela Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By J.R. Richardson: I smile, she blushes.I smirk, she slaps me on the arm, softly.I breathe, because it's I smile, she blushes.
I smirk, she slaps me on the arm, softly.
I breathe, because it's easy around her. — J.R. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Patricia Richardson: I've had so many horrible things happen in my life since I did 'Home Improvement' I've had so many horrible things happen in my life since I did 'Home Improvement' that it's worried me about doing comedy because - how do I say this - I'm a much darker person than I was. — Patricia Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: I find myself, wearing a mask, pretend play acting when I go out, it's the I find myself, wearing a mask, pretend play acting when I go out, it's the only way I can cope with it, then when I'm home I'm exhausted and stressed from trying to be someone I'm not. I over analyze the conversations I had, thinking about what I have said and done. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Patricia Richardson: Part of the whole L.A. mentality that nothing really matters unless it's a success ... Part of the whole L.A. mentality that nothing really matters unless it's a success ... is such a shallow and dangerous attitude to have. — Patricia Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Rio Ferdinand: It's great to see young players like Kieran coming out and not being intimidated by It's great to see young players like Kieran coming out and not being intimidated by it.
(on Kieran Richardson) — Rio Ferdinand
Richardson's Sayings By Trevor D. Richardson: It's all society is, the repressed sex drives of men, the objectification of women, their It's all society is, the repressed sex drives of men, the objectification of women, their paranoia, the posturing, the macho stances, the beauty standard, it's all just one charade masking a never ending hard on. — Trevor D. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Trevor D. Richardson: It's a cruel fact of war that it takes little more than applying pressure to It's a cruel fact of war that it takes little more than applying pressure to one finger to end another person's life. More than that, it's a cruel fact of life that we are hardwired to follow the crowd in a moment of panic. — Trevor D. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Dot Richardson: In sport, part of the game is accepting the umpire's call, no matter how hard In sport, part of the game is accepting the umpire's call, no matter how hard that might be. Sometimes the calls go your way, and sometimes they don't. — Dot Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Jerome Richardson: Hey, look at this guy Kenny G. with his thing, walking up and down the Hey, look at this guy Kenny G. with his thing, walking up and down the aisles of the concert hall and running off the stage and playing the same time. It's old hat! — Jerome Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Ian McEwan: Cecilia knew she could not go on wasting her days in the stews of her Cecilia knew she could not go on wasting her days in the stews of her untidied room, lying on her bed in a haze of smoke, chin propped on her hand, pins and needles spreading up through her arm as she read her way through Richardson's Clarissa. — Ian McEwan
Richardson's Sayings By C.S. Richardson: When his father asked why A wasn't apple or B wasn't bird or C wasn't When his father asked why A wasn't apple or B wasn't bird or C wasn't cat, young Ambrose explained that things didn't always have to be the way you'd expect. Everybody does apples and birds and cats, he said, and it's boring to do what everybody else does. — C.S. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Joely Richardson: Everyone knows in the industry that when these great roles come up, every two years, Everyone knows in the industry that when these great roles come up, every two years, there's a huge number of people up for them. I'm not one of those top five females that can personally finance any film. — Joely Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: If it's not an absolute YES, it's a NO If it's not an absolute YES, it's a NO — Cheryl Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: I guess you were not my friend then, that's okay. I can see my true I guess you were not my friend then, that's okay. I can see my true self, I can see yours, now. I guess that you did not look hard enough at mine. Or you would never have let me go. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: Autism is what makes me, me. You can't 'cure' Autism out of me. It's intertwined Autism is what makes me, me. You can't 'cure' Autism out of me. It's intertwined into how I perceive the world — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: Our beliefs become the rules we live by, and then here's what happens: We make Our beliefs become the rules we live by, and then here's what happens: We make ourselves right. — Cheryl Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Samuel Richardson: Be sure don't let people's telling you, you are pretty, puff you up; for you Be sure don't let people's telling you, you are pretty, puff you up; for you did not make yourself, and so can have no praise due to you for it. It is virtue and goodness only, that make the true beauty. — Samuel Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: I'm okay with who I am.You might not understand me. That's okay as I don't I'm okay with who I am.You might not understand me. That's okay as I don't understand you.We can still be friends, we just have to accept our differences. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Naima Simone: Guurl. Tell me. Do you keep your hair this long for religious reasons? Like, will Guurl. Tell me. Do you keep your hair this long for religious reasons? Like, will you lose your strength if you cut it?--Terry, a member of the glam squad, to Khloe Richardson — Naima Simone
Richardson's Sayings By James Richardson: It's amazing that I sit at my job all day and no one sees me It's amazing that I sit at my job all day and no one sees me clearly enough to say What is that boy doing behind a desk? — James Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Mark Richardson: What's your hurry?There is nothing up ahead that's any better than it is right here. What's your hurry?
There is nothing up ahead that's any better than it is right here. — Mark Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: If you don't have time for your life, what's the point of it all? If you don't have time for your life, what's the point of it all? — Cheryl Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: So let's say you realize that you are never going to be a 9 a.m. So let's say you realize that you are never going to be a 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. person. You're not cut out for that sort of typical work environment. The benefit might be that if you embrace that and say I need to be self-employed or I need to be doing more project-oriented work. Identify the benefits - I'd be more productive. I'd be happier. The people around me would be happier because my mood would be better. When you identify the benefits of accepting the behavior or habit, you actually give leverage to it and give yourself a better chance of sticking with it. — Cheryl Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Salli Richardson: When a loved one passes, there are mixed emotions, and a thirst to live one's When a loved one passes, there are mixed emotions, and a thirst to live one's own life more deeply can certainly be among them. — Salli Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Paula McLain: You are everything good and straight and fine and true - and I see that You are everything good and straight and fine and true - and I see that so clearly now, in the way you've carried yourself and listened to your own heart. You've changed me more than you know, and will always be a part of everything I am. That's one thing I've learned from this. No one you love is ever truly lost. — Paula McLain
Richardson's Sayings By Don Richardson: One, gains an unmistakable impression that the Sky- God wanted to communicate with people of One, gains an unmistakable impression that the Sky- God wanted to communicate with people of various folk religions all the time, but for His own mysterious reasons maintained a policy of restraint until the arrival of Yahweh's testimony! This is surely a powerful exta-biblical evidence for the authenticity of the Bible as revelation from the one true and universal God! — Don Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: Sometimes there are not the right words for my thoughts. Speech feels like it's not Sometimes there are not the right words for my thoughts. Speech feels like it's not a natural way to communicate. This is when typing the words makes my thoughts come out easier. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By James Richardson: How sure we are that everyone's watching. How sure we are that no one sees. How sure we are that everyone's watching. How sure we are that no one sees. — James Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Roy Richardson: To change her mind is a woman's prerogative, to change his mind is a man's To change her mind is a woman's prerogative, to change his mind is a man's purgatory. — Roy Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: It's time to cure society, not autistic people. It's time to cure society, not autistic people. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: Communicating is the biggest thing I struggle with. People either totally misunderstand what I am Communicating is the biggest thing I struggle with. People either totally misunderstand what I am saying or just don't get it. It's tiring trying to explain what you want to say over and over. Even when I rephrase it, I still find it's not how it is in my head. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Tina J. Richardson: We just process things differently. It's not wrong - just different. We just process things differently. It's not wrong - just different. — Tina J. Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Cheryl Richardson: If you want to live an authentic, meaningful life, you need to master the art If you want to live an authentic, meaningful life, you need to master the art of disappointing and upsetting others, hurting feelings, and living with the reality that some people just won't like you. It may not be easy, but it's essential if you want your life to reflect your deepest desires, values, and needs. — Cheryl Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Bill Richardson: Driver's licenses & scholarships for illegals; not amnesty. Driver's licenses & scholarships for illegals; not amnesty. — Bill Richardson
Richardson's Sayings By Kat Richardson: Are you at work? I asked. Not precisely, but that's a good suggestion ... Are you at work? I asked.
Not precisely, but that's a good suggestion ... — Kat Richardson