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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Jim Gaffigan: Don't you expect a rainbow coming out of the tub of bacon strips at the Don't you expect a rainbow coming out of the tub of bacon strips at the end of the buffet line? — Jim Gaffigan
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Upton Sinclair: They wish to build a new and better world, and I would be glad if They wish to build a new and better world, and I would be glad if they could succeed, and if I saw any hope of success I would join them. I ask for their plans, and they offer me vague dreams, in which as a man of affairs, I see no practicality. Is is like the the end of Das Rheingold: there is Valhalla, very beautiful, but only a rainbow bridge on which to get to it, and while the gods ma be able to walk on a rainbow, my investors and working people cannot. — Upton Sinclair
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Lisa Fugard: Striding tall through Lauren St John's gorgeously written memoir is her father, and chapter after Striding tall through Lauren St John's gorgeously written memoir is her father, and chapter after chapter their relationship is untangled and celebrated. Joy and a hunger for life infuse this book
whether St John is writing about the harrowing years of Rhodesia's civil war, her childhood adventures in the bush, or the breaking apart of her family. Rainbow's End is a most generous and wise book. — Lisa Fugard
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Tara Sivec: It's mind-blowing and delicious and betterthan finding a pot of gold, a unicorn, and a It's mind-blowing and delicious and better
than finding a pot of gold, a unicorn, and a leprechaun who shits diamonds at
the end of a rainbow. — Tara Sivec
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Linda Weaver Clarke: Rick gave her a loving smile. It's okay, Amelia. Don't get discouraged. There's always a Rick gave her a loving smile. It's okay, Amelia. Don't get discouraged. There's always a rainbow at the end of a storm. — Linda Weaver Clarke
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Jeannine Allison: You're the rose in a world full of thorns, and the rainbow at the end You're the rose in a world full of thorns, and the rainbow at the end of a storm. You're the light people crawl through darkness for. You're the good that balances out all the bad. — Jeannine Allison
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: She held his beautiful face and kissed him like it was the end of the She held his beautiful face and kissed him like it was the end of the world. — Rainbow Rowell
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Mahmoud Darwish: I see a bird carrying me and carrying you, with us as its wings, beyond I see a bird carrying me and carrying you, with us as its wings, beyond the dream, to a journey that has no end and no beginning, no purpose and no goal. I do not speak to you, and you do not speak to me; we listen only to the music of silence. Silence is the friend's trust of friend, imagination's self-confidence between rain and rainbow.
A rainbow is inspiration provoking the poet, uninvited, the infatuation of the poet with the prose of the Quran.
Which of your Lord's blessings do you disown?
We are absent, you and I; we are present, you and I.
And absent.
Which of your Lord's blessings do you disown? — Mahmoud Darwish
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Karen Black: There is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. There is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. — Karen Black
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Kate McGahan: Grief is an emotional rollercoaster.You will have your ups and downsand moments of terrorand brief Grief is an emotional rollercoaster.
You will have your ups and downs
and moments of terror
and brief moments of peace.
You can only go as fast
as the ride will take you.
Just remember:
It will end and you will be okay. — Kate McGahan
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Max Irons: For an actor who has the ability to take a chance, which may make him For an actor who has the ability to take a chance, which may make him look like a fool, but may end in the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow so to speak. So you have to take chances to be a bit dangerous and a bit silly every now and then and playful. — Max Irons
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Diane Arbus: I must begin at whatever pace is possible, to work on the book of my I must begin at whatever pace is possible, to work on the book of my own that i vaguely keep assuming lies at the end of the rainbow. It is after all my rainbow and if I don't do it no one else will ... Survival is the secret so you really can't afford to doubt yourself for long because you are all you've got. The only thing to do is to go the limit with it. Exceed. — Diane Arbus
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: In the end, the photographer shot a close-up of Troy holding a photo of himself In the end, the photographer shot a close-up of Troy holding a photo of himself waiting in a much more interesting line fifteen years ago.
It was a humiliating setback for them as individuals and for the line as a whole. — Rainbow Rowell
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Lee Kuan Yew: For the young, let me tell you the sky has turned brighter. There's a glorious For the young, let me tell you the sky has turned brighter. There's a glorious rainbow that beckons those with the spirit of adventure. And there are rich findings at the end of the rainbow. To the young and to the not-so-old, I say, look at that horizon, follow that rainbow, go ride it. — Lee Kuan Yew
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Aline Hunter: This man didn't sweeten his words to get to the pot of gold at the This man didn't sweeten his words to get to the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. Instead he rode the colorful rays at his own pace, made the sky his bitch and took everything he wanted when he was good and ready. — Aline Hunter
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: He was still holding the end of her scarf, rubbing the silk idly between his He was still holding the end of her scarf, rubbing the silk idly between his thumb and fingers. She watched his hand. — Rainbow Rowell
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Paul Levine: What brings you happiness?" "Mr. Cohen . . ." "Benny." "Benny, I don't really think What brings you happiness?" "Mr. Cohen . . ." "Benny." "Benny, I don't really think much about it. I just go about my life day to day. Stuff happens. Some good. Some bad. I don't know what's at the end of the rainbow, or even if there is a rainbow. — Paul Levine
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: It means ... I really like you.' His hand was in his hair again. Holding It means ... I really like you.' His hand was in his hair again. Holding it back. 'Like, really like you. And I want that kiss to be the start of something. Not the end. — Rainbow Rowell
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: I had this whole plan when I graduated high school: I was going to go I had this whole plan when I graduated high school: I was going to go to college, date a few guys, and then meet THE guy at the end of my freshman year, maybe at the beginning of my sophomore year. We'd be engaged by graduation and married the next year. And then, after some traveling, we'd start our family. Four kids, three years apart. I wanted to be done by the time I was 35. — Rainbow Rowell
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Annette O'Toole: Michael came home and asked, Would you like to write a song with me? I Michael came home and asked, Would you like to write a song with me? I got this idea for a title called A Kiss at the End of a Rainbow. So we had a couple glasses of wine and wrote it. — Annette O'Toole
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The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Grace Coolidge: Crossing the uplands of time, Skirting the borders of night, Scaling the face of the Crossing the uplands of time, Skirting the borders of night, Scaling the face of the peak of dreams, We enter the region of light, And hastening on with eager intent, Arrive at the rainbow's end, And here uncover the pot of gold Buried deep in the heart of a friend. — Grace Coolidge
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By C.S. Lewis: A whole race perpetually in pursuit of the rainbow's end, never honest, nor kind, nor A whole race perpetually in pursuit of the rainbow's end, never honest, nor kind, nor happy now, but always using as mere fuel wherewith to heap the altar of the future every real gift which is offered them in the Present. — C.S. Lewis
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Danielle Paige: Once you've traveled to the dark side of the rainbow, you've reached the end of Once you've traveled to the dark side of the rainbow, you've reached the end of the line. If — Danielle Paige
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Herman Wouk: Let us fill a cup and drink to that most noble, ridiculous, laughable, sublime figure Let us fill a cup and drink to that most noble, ridiculous, laughable, sublime figure in our lives ... The Young Man Who Was. Let us drink to his dreams, for they were rainbow-colored; to his appetites, for they were strong; to his blunders, for they were huge; to his pains for they were sharp; to his time for it was brief; and to his end, for it was to become one of us. — Herman Wouk
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Reggie Joiner: [Orange] is one of God's favorite colors He stuck it right there between red and [Orange] is one of God's favorite colors
He stuck it right there between red and yellow as the second color in the rainbow. He decorates entire forests with shades of orange every autumn. It shows up in sunrises at the start of the day, sunsets at the end of the day, and in the glow of the moon at the right time of night. — Reggie Joiner
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By T.H. White: The plain of Bedegraine was a forest of pavilions. They looked like old-fashioned bathing tents, The plain of Bedegraine was a forest of pavilions. They looked like old-fashioned bathing tents, and were every colour of the rainbow ... There were heraldic devices worked or stamped on the sides ... Then there were pennons floating from the tops of the tents, and sheaves of spears leaning against them. The more sporting barons had shields or huge copper basins outside their front doors, and all you had to do was to give a thump on one of these with the butt-end of your spear, for the baron to come out like an angry bee and have a fight with you, almost before the resounding boom had died away. Sir Dinadain, who was a cheerful man, had hung a chamber-pot outside his. — T.H. White
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Lauren Blakely: Love is a fiction, a fable, an ode spun by poets and drunks, a fantastical Love is a fiction, a fable, an ode spun by poets and drunks, a fantastical tale told across one thousand and one nights, it is the genie in the bottle, it is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, it's the lie designed to seduce you. — Lauren Blakely
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: I shall ne'er chase rainbows again, Knowing no pot o' gold awaits at the end. I shall ne'er chase rainbows again,
Knowing no pot o' gold awaits at the end.
My Irish treasure is not there.
For ye, my love, abide with me here. — Richelle E. Goodrich
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Sully Erna: Be conscious of your decisions. More importantly, take responsibility for the consequences they bring. When Be conscious of your decisions. More importantly, take responsibility for the consequences they bring. When struggling with your passions and goals, be patient and never bail out! You'll eventually get your shot. Remember that only the strong will survive. Be willing to sacrifice things you love to acheive your dream. Expect disappointments, because they will happen over and over again. Just never forget that there is definitely a pot of gold at the end of that rainbow- it's just a son of a bitch getting there! — Sully Erna
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Lawana Blackwell: When we persue happiness for it's own sake, it's like chasing the end of a When we persue happiness for it's own sake, it's like chasing the end of a rainbow. It will always elude us. It is when we're committed to some higher purpose that happiness somehow breaks through and comes to dwell with us. — Lawana Blackwell
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Prince: There's always a rainbow at the end of every rain. There's always a rainbow at the end of every rain. — Prince
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Ray Bolger: I was brought up on the books of The Wizard of Oz and my mother I was brought up on the books of The Wizard of Oz and my mother told me that these were great philosophies. It was a very simple philosophy, that everybody had a heart, that everybody had a brain, that everybody had courage. These were the gifts that are given to you when you come on this earth, and if you use them properly, you reach the pot at the end of the rainbow. And that pot of gold was a home. And home isn't just a house or an abode, its people, people who love you and that you love. That's a home. — Ray Bolger
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Gordon B. Hinckley: Love is the very essence of life. It is the pot of gold at the Love is the very essence of life. It is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Yet it is not found only at the end of the rainbow. Love is at the beginning also, and from it springs the beauty that arched across the sky on a stormy day. Love is the security for which children weep, the yearning of youth, the adhesive that binds marriage, and the lubricant that prevents devastating friction in the home; it is the peace of old age, the sunlight of hope shining through death. How rich are those who enjoy it in their associations with family, friends, and neighbors! Love, like faith, is a gift of God. It is also the most enduring and most powerful virtue. — Gordon B. Hinckley
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Randy Bachman: When one knows at an early age that their gift, talent and direction is musical, When one knows at an early age that their gift, talent and direction is musical, one tends to focus on that and let nothing interfere or impede the forward motion toward the end of that rainbow. And after 50-something years of rockin' out, you still realise there is no end to that distant rainbow until one's last sunset. — Randy Bachman
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By James Lee Burke: In the alluvial sweep of the land, I thought I could see the past and In the alluvial sweep of the land, I thought I could see the past and the present and the future all at once, as though time were not sequential in nature but took place without a beginning or an end, like a flash of green light rippling outward from the center of creation, not unlike a dream inside the mind of God. — James Lee Burke
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: At the end of the day after work, after trying to spend some sort of At the end of the day
after work, after trying to spend some sort of meaningful time with Alice and Noomi
Georgie was usually too tired to make things right with Neal before they fell asleep. So things stayed wrong. — Rainbow Rowell
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Gary Gulman: There's a kiss at the end of the rainbow more precious than a pot of There's a kiss at the end of the rainbow more precious than a pot of gold. — Gary Gulman
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Ed Koch: If I traveled to the end of the rainbow as Dame Fortune did intend, Murphy If I traveled to the end of the rainbow as Dame Fortune did intend, Murphy would be there to tell me the pot's at the other end. — Ed Koch
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Donna Lynn Hope: She doesn't give directions but there is a pot of gold at the end of She doesn't give directions but there is a pot of gold at the end of her rainbow ... Find it. If you can. — Donna Lynn Hope
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: Like realizing toward the end of a logic puzzle that you'd made a mistake early Like realizing toward the end of a logic puzzle that you'd made a mistake early on, and that there's no way to reach the solution without starting over. Without erasing everything. Without throwing out all of your assumptions. — Rainbow Rowell
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By David Thorne: At one point, Joylene (a large woman from HR with four framed photos of her At one point, Joylene (a large woman from HR with four framed photos of her cats and one of her deceased father holding a trout on her desk) actually stated, "Ooo, I love Excel." Who says, "Ooo, I love Excel."? How is it even a sentence? Each time Joylene had a question, she waved her pen, with a huge rainbow colored feather taped to the end, above her head while making excited "uh, uh, um, uh" noises. "Yes, Joylene?" "If I want my columns color coded, am I able to mix my own preferred range of blues from a palette or do I have to select from the four-thousand shades of blue it already has?" "And that, your Honor, is when the defendant leapt across the desk. I enter into evidence the rainbow feather pen." If there ever comes a time where I'm typing numbers into boxes and decide I'd really like those boxes with numbers to be a specific shade of blue, it will be time to turn off the computer, pack my things, and start a fire. — David Thorne
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Frederick Lenz: At the end of the dream, on the other side of the rainbow, there's only At the end of the dream, on the other side of the rainbow, there's only light. — Frederick Lenz
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Hayley Williams: When the sunlight strikes raindrops in the air, they act like a prism and form When the sunlight strikes raindrops in the air, they act like a prism and form a rainbow. The rainbow is a division of white light into many beautiful colors. These take the shape of a long round arch, with it's path high above, and it's two ends apparently beyond the horizon. There is, according to legend, a boiling pot of a gold at one end. People look, but no one ever finds it. When a man looks for something beyond his reach, his friends say he is looking for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. — Hayley Williams
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rita Mae Brown: Leroy bet me I couldn't find a pot of gold at the end, and I Leroy bet me I couldn't find a pot of gold at the end, and I told him that was a stupid bet because the rainbow was enough. — Rita Mae Brown
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Neil Peart: Waiting for the winds of change to sweep the clouds away. Waiting for the rainbow's Waiting for the winds of change to sweep the clouds away. Waiting for the rainbow's end to cast its gold your way ... You don't get something for nothing. You can't have freedom for free — Neil Peart
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Katie Kennedy: Because they start with us, reach up to touch God, and still come back down Because they start with us, reach up to touch God, and still come back down to be with us. The treasure isn't at the end of the rainbow; it's that the rainbow cared enough to come back. — Katie Kennedy
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Ziad K. Abdelnour: Don't turn around. Don't look back. Keep moving forward. Keep pushing. The pot of gold Don't turn around. Don't look back. Keep moving forward. Keep pushing. The pot of gold is at the end of the rainbow, not the beginning — Ziad K. Abdelnour
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Ally Blake: My whole adult life I've worked toward one goal - the success of our business. My whole adult life I've worked toward one goal - the success of our business. But I might as well have been chasing the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. What I was looking for, striving for, wasn't really there. Meaning I've been measuring the value of my life all wrong. Then I met you and realized that being a somebody isn't nearly as wonderful as having a somebody. And being somebody to somebody else. — Ally Blake
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Gerald G. Jampolsky: And in those first fifty years I believed there was a pot of gold at And in those first fifty years I believed there was a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, and it was my goal to find that pot of gold. Now I realize that we are the rainbow, the pot of gold is love, and that is what we actually are. — Gerald G. Jampolsky
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By E.J. Stevens: As far as plans went, it was like facing the zombie apocalypse with a nail As far as plans went, it was like facing the zombie apocalypse with a nail file and a bag of Skittles. It might work, but chances were good that I'd die a horrible, painful death.
At least the end would be filled with fruity, candy goodness. And for my dramatic death scene I could whisper, in a creepy, quivery death rattle, taste the rainbow. Boy would those zombies be confused. — E.J. Stevens
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Vincent Starrett: Every new search is a voyage to the Indies, a quest for buried treasure, a Every new search is a voyage to the Indies, a quest for buried treasure, a journey to the end of the rainbow; and whether or not at the end there shall be turned up a pot of gold or merely a delightful volume, there are always wonders along the way. — Vincent Starrett
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Gregory MacGuire: No, he wasn't giving her credit: Elphaba had a good voice. It was controlled and No, he wasn't giving her credit: Elphaba had a good voice. It was controlled and feeling and not histrionic. He listened through to the end, and the song faded into the hush of a respectful pub. Later, he thought: The melody faded like a rainbow after a storm, or like winds calming down at last; and what was left was calm, and possibility, and relief. — Gregory MacGuire
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: I really like you [ ... ] Like, really like you. And I want that I really like you [ ... ] Like, really like you. And I want that kiss to have been the start of something. Not the end. — Rainbow Rowell
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rick Mayhew: He bolted right through the wooden cross arm at the parking garage exit and power-slid He bolted right through the wooden cross arm at the parking garage exit and power-slid into traffic. A torrent of car horns and skids enveloped his vehicle, but the tears in Danny's eyes created the inability to differentiate one vehicle from another. The colors of the automobiles bled into each other like melting rainbow sherbet. — Rick Mayhew
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: I opened my eyes today to a world that felt alien. For though things resembled I opened my eyes today to a world that felt alien. For though things resembled the familiar, nothing was the same. Walls I once considered confining, crumbled at the slightest shove. Mountains that for ages had barred my view now faded, transparent. Meandering roads stretched out as straight as an arrow, void of stop signs. Obstacles no longer stood stationary. Pinnacles loomed within reach. Beasts were tame, bullies timid, wagging tongues all tied into knots, and in the palm of my hand glistened the end of a glorious rainbow. It took but a moment to realize that in my newfound sight, everything I'd ever longed for was accessible. Incredibly, the only thing that had really changed was the way I saw the world. — Richelle E. Goodrich
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: The whole point of fanfiction," she said, "is that you get to play inside somebody The whole point of fanfiction," she said, "is that you get to play inside somebody else's universe. Rewrite the rules. Or bend them. The story doesn't have to end when Gemma Leslie gets tired of it. You can stay in this world, this world you love, as long as you want, as long as you keep thinking of new stories - "
"Fanfiction," Levi said.
"Yes." Cath was embarrassed by how sincere she sounded, how excited she felt whenever she actually talked about this. She was so used to keeping it a secret - used to assuming people would think she was a freak and a nerd and a pervert. ... — Rainbow Rowell
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: In our past lies our future. By our own hands and decisions we will be In our past lies our future. By our own hands and decisions we will be damned and we will be saved. Whatever you do, put forth your best effort even if all you're doing is chasing a never ending rainbow. You might never reach the end of it, but along the way you'll meet people who will mean the world to you and make me ... mories that will keep you warm on even the coldest nights — Sherrilyn Kenyon
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Dwane Casey: There is a rainbow at the end of the storm. There is a rainbow at the end of the storm. — Dwane Casey
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Kristian Goldmund Aumann: Dark night lay on my eyes, like a veil of black cloves - dust on Dark night lay on my eyes, like a veil of black cloves - dust on my feet, at the beginning of the path of knowledge.
Tracer from an invisible hand, a rainbow, fell in my thoughts - I encountered the truth; and truth shall be my light until the end of days. — Kristian Goldmund Aumann
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: I wish I had better news for everyone and you can all read my report I wish I had better news for everyone and you can all read my report on our findings in my upcoming paper, as well as on my Web site once I get it finished. In the end, though, my quest for Atlantis did teach me something. In all our pasts lie our futures. By our own hands and decisions we will be damned and we will be saved. Whatever you do, put forth your best effort even if all you're doing is chasing a never-ending rainbow. You might never reach the end of it, but along the way you'll meet people who will mean the world to you and make memories that will keep you warm on even the coldest nights. (Tory) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Judith Fertig: At the far end of the bakery, our canvas curtain heralded April's lime and coconut At the far end of the bakery, our canvas curtain heralded April's lime and coconut theme. Little bags of coconut meringue polka dots with lime buttercream filling were there for the taking. I was proud of our little cakes shaped like a cracked-open coconut- white coconut cake interior with a dark chocolate "shell," complete with a lime cookie straw inserted in the center for imaginary sipping. Lime bars with a coconut crust and lime curd filling sat on a snowy white cake stand. — Judith Fertig
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Tana French: That kind of friendship doesn't just materialize at the end of the rainbow one morning That kind of friendship doesn't just materialize at the end of the rainbow one morning in a soft-focus Hollywood haze. For it to last this long, and at such close quarters, some serious work had gone into it. Ask any ice-skater or ballet dancer or show jumper, anyone who lives by beautiful moving things: nothing takes as much work as effortlessness. — Tana French
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: The ultimate act of heroism shouldn't be death. You're always saying you want to give The ultimate act of heroism shouldn't be death. You're always saying you want to give Baz the stories he deserves ... So you're going to kill him off? Isn't the best revenge supposed to be a life well-lived? The punk-rock way to end it would be to let them live happily ever after. — Rainbow Rowell
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: And one will come to end us. And one will bring his fall. Let the And one will come to end us. And one will bring his fall. Let the greatest power of powers reign. May it save us all. — Rainbow Rowell
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Anne Roiphe: I carried with me into the West End Bar, the White Horse Tavern, a long I carried with me into the West End Bar, the White Horse Tavern, a long list of things I would never do: I would never have my hair set in a beauty parlor. I would never move to a suburb and bake cakes or make casseroles. I would never go to a country club dance, although I did like the paper lanterns casting rainbow colors on the terrace. I would never invest in the stock market. I would never play canasta. I would never wear pearls. I would love like a nursling but I would never go near a man who had a portfolio or a set of golf clubs or a business or even a business suit. I would only love a wild thing. I didn't care if wild things tended to break hearts. I didn't care if they substituted scotch for breakfast cereal. I understood that wild things wrote suicide notes to the gods and were apt to show up three hours later than promised. I understood that art was long and life was short. — Anne Roiphe
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Quentin R. Bufogle: Packy watched her walk away, her perfect heart-shaped rear end testing the confines of her Packy watched her walk away, her perfect heart-shaped rear end testing the confines of her tight black dress. There was a God. Packy was now certain of it. How else could such heart-stopping beauty be accounted for? Such a thing could not be the product of a random universe. A flower, maybe. A rainbow, perhaps. But not Venus Versailles. — Quentin R. Bufogle
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By D.H. Lawrence: So, after three days of incessant brandy-drinking, he had burned out the youth from his So, after three days of incessant brandy-drinking, he had burned out the youth from his blood, he had achieved this kindled state of oneness with all the world, which is the end of youth's most passionate desire. — D.H. Lawrence
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rainbow Rowell: The whole point of fanfiction is that you get to play inside somebody else's universe. The whole point of fanfiction is that you get to play inside somebody else's universe. Rewrite the rules. Or bend them. The story doesn't have to end. You can stay in this world, this world you love, as long as you want, as long as you keep thinking of new stories. — Rainbow Rowell
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Sally Gardner: Am driving us home to Mrs. Lush in her shiny kitchen with a checked tablecloth Am driving us home to Mrs. Lush in her shiny kitchen with a checked tablecloth in a house where the grass looks as if it's been Hoovered. You see, only in the land of Croca-Colas does the sun shine in Technicolor. Life lived at the end of the rainbow. — Sally Gardner
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Terry Pratchett: But, in truth, it had not exactly been gold, or even the promise of gold, But, in truth, it had not exactly been gold, or even the promise of gold, but more like the fantasy of gold, the fairy dream that the gold is there, at the end of the rainbow, and will continue to be there forever - provided, naturally, that you don't go and look. This is known as finance. — Terry Pratchett
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Gloria Garcia: sometimes looking for the gold at the end of the rainbow, is like looking for sometimes looking for the gold at the end of the rainbow, is like looking for the good in people — Gloria Garcia
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Audrey Hepburn: Moon RiverMoon river, wider than a mile I'm crossing you in style some day Oh, Moon River
Moon river, wider than a mile
I'm crossing you in style some day
Oh, dream maker, you heart breaker
Wherever you're goin', i'm goin' your way
Two drifters, off to see the world
There's such a lot of world to see
We're after the same rainbow's end, waitin' 'round the bend
My huckleberry friend, moon river, and me
(moon river, wider than a mile)
(i'm crossin' you in style some day)
Oh, dream maker, you heart breaker
Wherever you're goin', i'm goin' your way
Two drifters, off to see the world
There's such a lot of world to see
We're after that same rainbow's end, waitin' 'round the bend
My huckleberry friend, moon river, and me — Audrey Hepburn
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By V.C. Andrews: At the end of the rainbow waited the pot of gold. But rainbows were made At the end of the rainbow waited the pot of gold. But rainbows were made of faint and fragile gossamer-and gold weighed a ton-and since the world began, gold was the reason to do most anything. — V.C. Andrews
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By Rodney Ross: Go out looking for the end of a rainbow and there might only be a Go out looking for the end of a rainbow and there might only be a Port-A-Let. — Rodney Ross
The End Of The Rainbow Sayings By James Patterson: When I was growing up, my mom used to tell my sister and me about When I was growing up, my mom used to tell my sister and me about a leprechaun with a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. But she never mentioned a Russian Neanderthal with a bag of diamonds at the end of a bloody trail in a train station — James Patterson