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Watering Sayings By Ben Aaronovitch: Murder investigations start with the victim, because usually in the first instance that's all you've Murder investigations start with the victim, because usually in the first instance that's all you've got. The study of the victim is called victimology because everything sounds better with an 'ology' tacked on the end. To make sure you make a proper fist of this, the police have developed the world's most useless mnemonic - 5 x W H & H - otherwise known as Who? What? Where? When? Why? and How? Next time you watch a real murder investigation on the TV, and you see a group of serious-looking detectives standing around talking, remember that what they're actually doing is trying to work out what sodding order the mnemonic is supposed to go in. Once they've sorted that out, the exhausted officers will retire to the nearest watering hole for a drink and a bit of a breather. — Ben Aaronovitch
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Watering Sayings By Epicurus: A beneficent person is like a fountain watering the earth, and spreading fertility; it is, A beneficent person is like a fountain watering the earth, and spreading fertility; it is, therefore, more delightful to give than to receive. — Epicurus
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Watering Sayings By Giulia Enders: The brain interprets the nerve impulses to form an image. It is not until that The brain interprets the nerve impulses to form an image. It is not until that happens that we really see the piece of cake. This delicious news is then passed on to the systems that control salivation, with mouth-watering results. Similarly, the mere sight of a yummy treat also causes the stomach to produce some digestive juices in anticipation. — Giulia Enders
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Watering Sayings By Ama H. Vanniarachchy: I believe almost every author have gone through the terribly uncomfortable period between the time I believe almost every author have gone through the terribly uncomfortable period between the time of shedding the seeds of a story and waiting to see it flourish as a published book, spending hours watering and fertilizing it. This is a dreadful period, frustrating and depressing. — Ama H. Vanniarachchy
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Watering Sayings By George Eliot: It's but little good you'll do a-watering the last year's crops It's but little good you'll do a-watering the last year's crops — George Eliot
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Watering Sayings By Andrew Geyer: At 6:15 she was standing on her front porch watering gardenias and watching another line At 6:15 she was standing on her front porch watering gardenias and watching another line of thunderstorms split and go around her. The same thing happened almost every day. Some days they came so close all she could smell was the rain. The wind whipped up dust from the fields until it drove like buckshot into the shuddering mesquites, and Clara Nell started to pray. 'Jesus,' she whispered. 'Jesus, Jesus....' But the only thing that came out of the sky was her topsoil. Every day the wind took a little more, and it hadn't rained in almost a year. — Andrew Geyer
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Watering Sayings By Margaret Fuller: Genius will live and thrive without training, but it does not the less reward the Genius will live and thrive without training, but it does not the less reward the watering pot and the pruning knife. — Margaret Fuller
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Watering Sayings By Timothy Hallinan: And you know women, they're both back there turning it into the crime of the And you know women, they're both back there turning it into the crime of the century. Planting it in a little garden in the center of their hearts and watering it with feelings. Talking about it, sharing it. You're a cheat, you're a heartbreaker, you're like a museum exhibit, Everything That's Wrong with Guys. — Timothy Hallinan
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Watering Sayings By Suzy Kassem: In love, treat your relationship as if you are growing the most beautiful flower. Keep In love, treat your relationship as if you are growing the most beautiful flower. Keep watering it, tend to its roots, give it lots of sunlight, and always make sure the petals are full of color and are never curling. Once you neglect your plant, it will die, as will your relationship. — Suzy Kassem
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Watering Sayings By Kendall Ryan: Generally with women, I have the finesse and mental fortitude of a rhinoceros charging through Generally with women, I have the finesse and mental fortitude of a rhinoceros charging through a watering hole. — Kendall Ryan
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Watering Sayings By Ellen G. White: Should God forbid the sun to perform its office upon the Sabbath, cut off its Should God forbid the sun to perform its office upon the Sabbath, cut off its genial rays from warming the earth and nourishing vegetation? Must the system of worlds stand still through that holy day? Should He [207] command the brooks to stay from watering the fields and forests, and bid the waves of the sea still their ceaseless ebbing and flowing? Must the wheat and corn stop growing, and the ripening cluster defer its purple bloom? Must the trees and flowers put forth no bud nor blossom on the Sabbath? In such a case, men would miss the fruits — Ellen G. White
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Watering Sayings By Ciara: I wasn't a big fan of Instagram at first. I felt it was watering down I wasn't a big fan of Instagram at first. I felt it was watering down the way music is perceived 'cause it made things seem more normal. — Ciara
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Watering Sayings By Marion Chesney: Oh, stow your whids, you dreary watering-pot, Oh, stow your whids, you dreary watering-pot, — Marion Chesney
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Watering Sayings By Milan Kundera: Remembering our past, carrying it around with us always, may be the necessary requirement for Remembering our past, carrying it around with us always, may be the necessary requirement for maintaining, as they say, the wholeness of the self. To ensure that the self doesn't shrink, to see that it holds on to its volume, memories have to be watered like potted flowers, and the watering calls for regular contact with the witnesses of the past, that is to say, with friends. They are our mirror; our memory; we ask nothing of them but that they polish the mirror from time to time so we can look at ourselves in it. — Milan Kundera
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Watering Sayings By Thich Nhat Hanh: Every minute can be a holy, sacred minute. Where do you seek the spiritual? You Every minute can be a holy, sacred minute. Where do you seek the spiritual? You seek the spiritual in every ordinary thing that you do every day. Sweeping the floor, watering the vegetables, and washing the dishes become holy and sacred if mindfulness is there. With mindfulness and concentration, everything becomes spiritual. — Thich Nhat Hanh
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Watering Sayings By Amy Poehler: I was out of the restaurant business but I still had my appetite. I turned I was out of the restaurant business but I still had my appetite. I turned toward my future, mouth watering. — Amy Poehler
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Watering Sayings By Christina Bartolomeo: I couldn't tell if, as husbands went, Paul was unusual, but he seamed to need I couldn't tell if, as husbands went, Paul was unusual, but he seamed to need lots more care and feeding than I bargained on. If only he'd come with an instruction booklet, like our new steam iron did, or even with a little plastic stick with tips about watering and sunlight, like a florist azalea. — Christina Bartolomeo
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Watering Sayings By Stephen King: Because who would ever want to get close to another person if they knew how Because who would ever want to get close to another person if they knew how hard the letting-go part was? In your heart they only die a little at a time, don't they? Like a plant when you go away on a trip and forget to ask a neighbor to poke in once in awhile with the old watering-can, and its so sad - — Stephen King
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Watering Sayings By Matthew Syed: The extraordinary dedication of the young Mozart, under the guidance of his father, is perhaps The extraordinary dedication of the young Mozart, under the guidance of his father, is perhaps most powerfully articulated by Michael Howe, a psychologist at the University of Exeter, in his book Genius Explained. He estimates that Mozart had clocked up an eye-watering 3,500 hours of practice even before his sixth birthday. — Matthew Syed
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Watering Sayings By T.D. Jakes: Stop watering things that were never meant to grow in your life. Water what works, Stop watering things that were never meant to grow in your life. Water what works, what's good, what's right. Stop playing around with those dead bones and stuff you can't fix, its over ... leave it alone! You're coming into a season of greatness. If you water what's alive and divine, you will see harvest like you've never seen before. Stop wasting water on dead issues, dead relationships, dead people, a dead past. No matter how much you water concrete, you can't grow a garden. — T.D. Jakes
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Watering Sayings By Robert Kroese: How do we know Stephanie's not just watering a friend's plants?""Oh, she's watering his plants How do we know Stephanie's not just watering a friend's plants?"
"Oh, she's watering his plants all right," said Keane.
"Congratulations," I said. "That's the worst euphemism for intercourse I've ever heard."
"No," said Keane. "Intercourse is the worst euphemism for intercourse you've ever heard. Normal people call it fucking. — Robert Kroese
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Watering Sayings By Andrea D. Smith: She half suspected that he had had been ordered by contract to look mouth-watering at She half suspected that he had had been ordered by contract to look mouth-watering at all times. If he hadn't, it was really rude of him to persist in it. It was distracting. — Andrea D. Smith
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Watering Sayings By Ellen DeGeneres: I think the hard thing about this job [stand-up] I mean, I think this part I think the hard thing about this job [stand-up] I mean, I think this part is great but that the traveling is y'know, 'cause 'cause I'm gone a lot from home and this time I'm out for three-and-a-half weeks without going home, and that's hard, to be gone three-and-a-half weeks 'cause then I have to ask my friends, Would you mind going to the house and watering the plants, and turn some lights on and make it look like somebody's home, and make sure that the mobile over the crib isn't tangled or the baby's gonna get bored ... — Ellen DeGeneres
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Watering Sayings By Steve Maraboli: When you're crying, your tears may be watering the seeds of your come-back. When you're crying, your tears may be watering the seeds of your come-back. — Steve Maraboli
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Watering Sayings By Kimberly Schlapman: As weird as it may seem, I enjoy doing laundry and watering my plants, very As weird as it may seem, I enjoy doing laundry and watering my plants, very normal things like that. — Kimberly Schlapman
Watering Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: He will send "showers of blessing." Look up to-day, O parched plant, and open thy He will send "showers of blessing." Look up to-day, O parched plant, and open thy leaves and flowers for a heavenly watering. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Watering Sayings By Diriye Osman: The only seed that needs regular watering is our imagination. The only seed that needs regular watering is our imagination. — Diriye Osman
Watering Sayings By John Babler: For as the rain and the snow come down from heaven, And do not return For as the rain and the snow come down from heaven, And do not return there without watering the earth And making it bear and sprout, And furnishing seed to the sower and bread to the eater; so will My word be which goes forth from My mouth; It will not return to Me empty, Without accomplishing what I desire, And without succeeding [in the matter] for which I sent it. — John Babler
Watering Sayings By Henry Beston: If gardeners will forget a little the phrase, "watering the plants" and think of watering If gardeners will forget a little the phrase, "watering the plants" and think of watering as a matter of "watering the earth" under the plants, keeping up its moisture content and gauging its need, the garden will get on very well. — Henry Beston
Watering Sayings By Charles Stross: There is probably no way of explaining Project Koschei, or XK-PLUTO, or MK-NIGHTMARE, or the There is probably no way of explaining Project Koschei, or XK-PLUTO, or MK-NIGHTMARE, or the gates, without watering them down into just another weapons system -- which they are not. Weapons may have deadly or hideous effects, but they acquire moral character from the actions of those who use them. Whereas these projects are indelibly stained by a patina of ancient evil ... — Charles Stross
Watering Sayings By Michael Beckwith: If the grass is greener somewhere else ... start watering your own lawn! If the grass is greener somewhere else ... start watering your own lawn! — Michael Beckwith
Watering Sayings By James Fenimore Cooper: Chingachgook grasped the hand that, in the warmth of feeling, the scout had stretched across Chingachgook grasped the hand that, in the warmth of feeling, the scout had stretched across the fresh earth, and in that attitude of friendship these intrepid woodsmen bowed their heads together, while scalding tears fell to their feet, watering the grave of Uncas like drops of falling rain. — James Fenimore Cooper
Watering Sayings By Alexandra Stoddard: I think of myself as the little girl Renoir painted with the watering can. I I think of myself as the little girl Renoir painted with the watering can. I loved the garden colors. — Alexandra Stoddard
Watering Sayings By George Herbert: Folly growes without watering. Folly growes without watering. — George Herbert
Watering Sayings By Ann-Marie MacDonald: Kathleen would not know a friend if one sankits teeth into her wristwhich is more Kathleen would not know a friend if one sank
its teeth into her wrist
which is more or less what she expects from the mass of
other girls. She skirts them cautiously, as if they were dangerous wild animals
loitering about a common watering hole ready to pounce, you'd never know why or
what hit you. She fears them, sharp glinting creatures, and hasn't a clue what they
talk about or how they do it. How they merge into gregarious packs. Kathleen is in
fact horribly shy, but no one would ever suspect it
after all, she gets up and sings in
front of halls full of people. — Ann-Marie MacDonald
Watering Sayings By Joel Osteen: MAY 13 Guard Against Pessimism For the Kingdom of God is not a matter of MAY 13 Guard Against Pessimism For the Kingdom of God is not a matter of what we eat or drink, but of living a life of goodness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. ROMANS 14:17 NLT I HEARD A STORY ABOUT TWO FARMERS. When the rain fell, one farmer said, "Thank You, Lord, for watering our crops." But the other farmer said, "Yeah, but if the rain keeps up, it's going to rot the roots." When the sun came out, the positive farmer said, "Thank You, Lord, that our crops are getting the vitamins and minerals they need. We'll have a wonderful harvest this year." But the negative farmer said, "Yeah, but if it keeps up, it's going to scorch those plants. We're never going to make a living." Don't you know people who are always focused on the negative? Be sure to guard against their negative attitudes infecting your thinking! Stay focused on the positive things in life. — Joel Osteen
Watering Sayings By Loren Acton: When you look out the other way toward the stars you realize it's an awful When you look out the other way toward the stars you realize it's an awful long way to the next watering hole. — Loren Acton
Watering Sayings By Enock Maregesi: Secure tomorrow today by sowing good seeds today and by watering them with faith and Secure tomorrow today by sowing good seeds today and by watering them with faith and love to others. — Enock Maregesi
Watering Sayings By Marisha Pessl: It's a terrible thing, to lie. It's a field you keep seeding and watering and It's a terrible thing, to lie. It's a field you keep seeding and watering and plowing, but nothing will ever grow on it. — Marisha Pessl
Watering Sayings By Alex Rosa: He grabs my face, watching my watering eyes. "No, no, I knew you wouldn't let He grabs my face, watching my watering eyes. "No, no, I knew you wouldn't let me go without a fight. It was just going to take some time. I'd do the same for you. In a way, I hope that someday maybe I can save your life."
I laugh, trying my damnedest not to kiss him. It's simple, isn't it? "Jeremy, you already have. — Alex Rosa
Watering Sayings By Amy Andrews: The man looked hot in his jersey, sexy as hell in a pair ofjeans and The man looked hot in his jersey, sexy as hell in a pair of
jeans and goddamn mouth-watering in nothing but his tan. In a business suit? He looked utterly fuckable. — Amy Andrews
Watering Sayings By Jerry Saltz: I am all for art's finding a large audience. But the way that's happening now, I am all for art's finding a large audience. But the way that's happening now, with big works filling big galleries and bigger shows, is mostly stopping statements from being made. Or heard. Or talked about. Or really examined. It's watering things down. — Jerry Saltz
Watering Sayings By Banana Yoshimoto: Her hair rustled, brushing her shoulders. There are many days when all the awful things Her hair rustled, brushing her shoulders. There are many days when all the awful things that happen make you sick at heart, when the path before you is so steep you can't bear to look. Not even love can rescue a person from that. Still, enveloped in the twilight coming from the west, there she was, watering the plants with her slender, graceful hands, in the midst of a light so sweet it seemed to form a rainbow in the transparent water she poured.
"I think I understand."
"I love your honest heart, Mikage. The grandmother who raised you must have been a wonderful person."
I smiled. "She was."
"You've been lucky," said Eriko. She laughed, her back to me. — Banana Yoshimoto
Watering Sayings By Charles Bukowski: there is a loneliness in this world so greatthat you can see it in the there is a loneliness in this world so great
that you can see it in the slow movement of
the hands of a clock.

people so tired
mutilated
either by love or no love.

people just are not good to each other
one on one.

the rich are not good to the rich
the poor are not good to the poor.

we are afraid.

our educational system tells us
that we can all be
big-ass winners.

it hasn't told us
about the gutters
or the suicides.

or the terror of one person
aching in one place
alone

untouched
unspoken to

watering a plant. — Charles Bukowski
Watering Sayings By Aleister Crowley: In order to possess "The Wonder-working Serpent," it is necessary, in the words of the In order to possess "The Wonder-working Serpent," it is necessary, in the words of the Grimoire, "to buy an egg without haggling," which (by the way) indicates the class of person for and by whom the book was written. This egg is to be buried in a cemetery at midnight, and every morning at sunrise it must be watered with brandy. On the ninth day a spirit appears, and demands your purpose. You reply "I am watering my plant." This occurs on three successive days; at the midnight following the egg is dug up, and found to contain a serpent, with a cock's head. This amiable animal answers to the name of Ambrosiel. Carry it in your bosom, and your suit inevitably prospers. — Aleister Crowley
Watering Sayings By Christopher Paolini: At that instant, Eragon's back ruptured in an explosion of agony so intense he experienced At that instant, Eragon's back ruptured in an explosion of agony so intense he experienced it with all five senses: as a deafening waterfall of sound; a metallic taste that coated his tongue; an acrid eye-watering stench in his nostrils, redolent of vinegar; pulsing colors, and above all the feeling that Durza had just laid open his back. — Christopher Paolini
Watering Sayings By Zsuzsi Gartner: Wisteria hangs over the eaves like clumps of ghostly grapes. Euphorbia's pale blooms billow like Wisteria hangs over the eaves like clumps of ghostly grapes. Euphorbia's pale blooms billow like sea froth. Blood grass twists upward, knifing the air, while underground its roots go berserk, goosing everything in their path. A magnolia, impatient with vulvic flesh, erupts in front of the living room window. The recovering terrorist
holding a watering can filled with equal parts fish fertilizer and water, paisley gloves right up over her freckled forearms, a straw hat with its big brim shading her eyes, old tennis shoes speckled with dew
moves through her front garden. Her face, she tells herself, like a Zen koan. The look of one lip smiling. — Zsuzsi Gartner
Watering Sayings By Elizabeth Camden: She must not cry in front of all these men. They would think her a She must not cry in front of all these men. They would think her a useless watering pot unworthy of her father's inheritance. Everything went blurry as she turned away, trying to hide the tears. Colonel Lowe bent down to peek beneath her lowered head, a trace of humor on his strong face. "Tears? We've come all the way across the state to meet the famous Miss Mollie Knox, and all she has for us are tears?" She swiped them away. "It is just that I have felt so overwhelmed. It has been a difficult few weeks." "Then those are the last tears you will shed from being overwhelmed," he said. Colonel Lowe's face was a blend of kindness and humor as he smiled at her. "We will not leave this city until your factory is rebuilt and you are once again producing the world's most magnificent watches. — Elizabeth Camden
Watering Sayings By Meg Cabot: I told them I wasn't crying. I told them my eyes were watering from all I told them I wasn't crying. I told them my eyes were watering from all the marker fumes. And they seem to believe me. Too bad the only person I didn't seem able to fool anymore was myself. — Meg Cabot
Watering Sayings By Morgan Spurlock: Well, even to this day, if I smell a Big Mac, I'm like Pavlov's dog. Well, even to this day, if I smell a Big Mac, I'm like Pavlov's dog. My mouth starts watering immediately, like, 'Man, that is so good,' but I can't take a bite of it. — Morgan Spurlock
Watering Sayings By Terry Prince: Your life is your garden and your thoughts are your seeds, so if your life Your life is your garden
and your thoughts are your seeds,
so if your life isn't awesome
you've been watering the weeds. — Terry Prince
Watering Sayings By Julian Barnes: The heap of dirty dishes was normal for Arthur, who had applied for a reduction The heap of dirty dishes was normal for Arthur, who had applied for a reduction in his water rate on the grounds that he washed up only every fortnight, and then used the leftover liquid for watering his roses. — Julian Barnes
Watering Sayings By Timbaland: I'm trying to do something real different; I'm trying to bring the street to real I'm trying to do something real different; I'm trying to bring the street to real pop. I'm trying to bring the street to pop. Not watering it down, no nothing. — Timbaland
Watering Sayings By Oliver Markus: It's probably not easy for a woman to understand what it's like to be a It's probably not easy for a woman to understand what it's like to be a man. Imagine you're starving, and someone puts a huge buffet in front of you. There's delicious, mouth-watering food all around you, and it's really really hard not to eat it all. That's what it's like to be a man around attractive women. The urge to want to hump everything that moves is part of a man's natural programming. It's a deep-seated hunger. To suppress that hunger takes civilization and a lot of willpower. — Oliver Markus
Watering Sayings By John Milton: What better can we do than prostrate fall before Him reverent, and there confess humbly What better can we do than prostrate fall before Him reverent, and there confess humbly our faults, and pardon beg with tears watering the ground? — John Milton
Watering Sayings By Richard Branson: If you look for the best in your employees, they'll flourish. If you criticize or If you look for the best in your employees, they'll flourish. If you criticize or look for the worst, they'll shrivel up. We all need lots of watering. — Richard Branson
Watering Sayings By Susanna Clarke: He belonged to a certain breed of gentlemen, only to be met with in London, He belonged to a certain breed of gentlemen, only to be met with in London, whose main occupation is the wearing of expensive and fashionable clothes; how they pass their lives in ostentatious idleness, gambling and drinking to excess and spending months at a time in Brighton and other fashionable watering places; how in recent years this breed seemed to have reached a sort of perfection in Christopher Drawlight. Even his dearest friends would have admitted that he possessed not a single good quality.1 — Susanna Clarke
Watering Sayings By Kevin J. Anderson: I did several interesting jobs, working in restaurants, I worked at a lab rat farm, I did several interesting jobs, working in restaurants, I worked at a lab rat farm, feeding and watering all these rats. Then I got a full-time job as a technical writer for a large scientific research laboratory. — Kevin J. Anderson
Watering Sayings By Sarah J. Maas: Why are you crying?" he asked, trying to push her back far enough to read Why are you crying?" he asked, trying to push her back far enough to read her face again. But she held on to him, so fiercely she could feel the weapons beneath his clothes. It would all be fine, even if it went to hell, so long as he was here with her. "I'm crying," she sniffled, "because you smell so rutting bad my eyes are watering. — Sarah J. Maas
Watering Sayings By Dash Mihok: Playground of Dreams supports kids in discovering and achieving their own magnificence, that unique quality Playground of Dreams supports kids in discovering and achieving their own magnificence, that unique quality that only they have, fostering it, watering it, and watching it sprout! — Dash Mihok
Watering Sayings By J.R.R. Tolkien: Don't dip your beard in the foam, Father!" They cried to Thorin. "It is long Don't dip your beard in the foam, Father!" They cried to Thorin. "It is long enough without watering it! — J.R.R. Tolkien
Watering Sayings By Banana Yoshimoto: There are many days when all the awful things that happen make you sick at There are many days when all the awful things that happen make you sick at heart, when the path before you is so steep you can't bear to look. Not even love can rescue a person from that. Still, enveloped in the twilight coming from the west, there she was, watering the plants with her slender, graceful hands, in the midst of a light so sweet it seemed to form a rainbow in the transparent water she poured. — Banana Yoshimoto
Watering Sayings By Bobby Flay: The process and the great smells it produces make everyone hungry and get everyone's mouth The process and the great smells it produces make everyone hungry and get everyone's mouth watering. And it gives men a chance to cook. — Bobby Flay
Watering Sayings By William Lane Craig: Successful evangelism involves not only harvesting, but sowing and watering, too. We must never think Successful evangelism involves not only harvesting, but sowing and watering, too. We must never think that because a nonbeliever remained unconvinced by our case that our apologetic has failed. For one encounter is not the end of the story. — William Lane Craig
Watering Sayings By Steve Maraboli: They thought they were helping me ... but I didn't need help.They thought they were They thought they were helping me ...
but I didn't need help.
They thought they were fixing me ...
but I wasn't broken.
They thought they were watering me ...
but they were drowning me. — Steve Maraboli
Watering Sayings By John Houseman: Seeds not planted or tended by choice tend to be weeds, so at least for Seeds not planted or tended by choice tend to be weeds, so at least for me, it's very helpful to consciously and periodically choose which seeds I want to water, and to think through what I expect to happen from that watering. Investors can spend a lot of time and energy reacting to the latest bits of news and trying to predict the next surprise, rather than choosing a consistent set of daily actions that they can carry out as things develop, regardless of how they develop. — John Houseman
Watering Sayings By Bec Johnson: Lori's stomach let out a growl of anticipation as she walked up Jenny's front path, Lori's stomach let out a growl of anticipation as she walked up Jenny's front path, the smell coming from inside was mouth-watering, and having only eating a few slices of bread she was ravenous.
Just as Lori went to knock on the door, Jenny pulled it open with a flourish. Dressed in head to toe paisley, great swathes of silk and chiffon billowed around her.
'Va va voom! You look absolutely stunning darling. Now come straight in and help me with Skippy. I'm having a little trouble getting him into the oven. — Bec Johnson
Watering Sayings By Demetri Martin: When watering your plants, try to talk to them - say something like, Hold it When watering your plants, try to talk to them - say something like, Hold it right there and then shoot them with water gun. — Demetri Martin
Watering Sayings By Jessica Brody: My mouth starts watering and a gurgle emanates from my stomach. I suppose I shouldn't My mouth starts watering and a gurgle emanates from my stomach. I suppose I shouldn't be surprised. I haven't eaten since ... well, since 1609. — Jessica Brody
Watering Sayings By Henri Barbusse: An aeroplane booms overhead. We follow its evolutions with our faces skyward, our necks twisted, An aeroplane booms overhead. We follow its evolutions with our faces skyward, our necks twisted, our eyes watering at the piercing brightness of the sky. Lamuse declares to me, when we have brought our gaze back to earth, "Those machines 'll never become practical, never."

"How can you say that? Look at the progress they've made already, and the speed of it."

"Yes, but they'll stop there. They'll never do any better, never. — Henri Barbusse
Watering Sayings By Neil Leckman: Sat in the Jacuzzi last night looking at the dark recesses of the nozzles. Remembering Sat in the Jacuzzi last night looking at the dark recesses of the nozzles. Remembering the story I wrote about spiders nesting there. Multifaceted eyes watching me watching them, almost like when you set two mirrors parallel to each other, accept this infinity ends up in some fuzzy creature's belly. I have a nice picture of a Hobo spider in my backyard, venom dripping off one of those nasty fangs of theirs. Son of a bitch is looking at me and his mouth is watering waiting for me to stick my hand under the rock he's nested in. I hate it when you spray a spider with insecticide and it curls up for a few minutes, then uncurls and staggers home. I'm like an arachnid cheap date that sucks!!
I just picture the spider staggering into the nest and the female spider asking, "Is that Raid I smell on you?"
The spider just smiles (interesting thing to picture) and passes out. — Neil Leckman
Watering Sayings By Jana Deleon: She didn't like gardening or cleaning, so she wasn't about to have 'shit that needed She didn't like gardening or cleaning, so she wasn't about to have 'shit that needed watering or dusting' around her place. — Jana Deleon
Watering Sayings By Claudia Piras: Whether a gastronomic tour of Italy, an elegant meal at the home of an Italian Whether a gastronomic tour of Italy, an elegant meal at the home of an Italian acquaintance, or "cooking Italian" back in one's own kitchen, the prospect is mouth-watering. — Claudia Piras
Watering Sayings By Rosmarie Waldrop: Why do we fear the dark as unavoidable defeat when it alone is constant, and Why do we fear the dark as unavoidable defeat when it alone is constant, and we'd starve if it stopped watering the lawn of dreams. — Rosmarie Waldrop
Watering Sayings By Alan Moore: I find film in its modern form to be quite bullying. It spoon-feeds us, which I find film in its modern form to be quite bullying. It spoon-feeds us, which has the effect of watering down our collective cultural imagination. It is as if we are freshly hatched birds looking up with our mouths open waiting for Hollywood to feed us more regurgitated worms. The 'Watchmen' film sounds like more regurgitated worms. I for one am sick of worms. Can't we get something else? Perhaps some takeout? Even Chinese worms would be a nice change. — Alan Moore
Watering Sayings By Sarah Addison Allen: Josey shook her head, thinking, if Della Lee were a candy, she would be a Josey shook her head, thinking, if Della Lee were a candy, she would be a SweeTart. Not the hard kind that broke your teeth, the chewy kind, the kind you had to work on and mull over, your eyes watering and your lips turning up into a smile you didn't want to give. — Sarah Addison Allen
Watering Sayings By Maharishi Mahesh Yogi: Problems are not solved on the level of problems. Analyzing a problem to find its Problems are not solved on the level of problems. Analyzing a problem to find its solution is like trying to restore freshness to a leaf by treating the leaf itself, whereas the solution lies in watering the root. — Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
Watering Sayings By May Sarton: This morning I woke up at four and lay awake for an hour or so This morning I woke up at four and lay awake for an hour or so in a bad state. It is raining again. I got up finally and went about the daily chores, waiting for the sense of doom to lift - and what did it was watering the house plants. Suddenly joy came back because I was fulfilling a simple need, a living one. Dusting never has this effect (and that may be why I am such a poor housekeeper!), but feeding the cats when they are hungry, giving Punch clean water, makes me suddenly feel calm and happy. Whatever peace I know rests in the natural world, in feeling myself a part of it, even in a small way. — May Sarton
Watering Sayings By John Muir: He was one of the most sincere tree-lovers I ever knew. About twenty years before He was one of the most sincere tree-lovers I ever knew. About twenty years before his death he made choice of a plot in the Yosemite cemetery on the north side of the Valley, not far from the Yosemite Fall, and selecting a dozen or so of seedling sequoias in the Mariposa grove he brought them to the Valley and planted them around the spot he had chosen for his last rest. The ground there is gravelly and dry; by careful watering he finally nursed most of the seedlings into good, thrifty trees, and doubtless they will long shade the grave of their blessed lover and friend. — John Muir
Watering Sayings By James McBride: God gived you the seed. But the watering and caring of that seed is up God gived you the seed. But the watering and caring of that seed is up to you. — James McBride
Watering Sayings By Jojo Moyes: watering the Japanese anemones naked again last week and you know what the police said watering the Japanese anemones naked again last week and you know what the police said about that. Liv x The last — Jojo Moyes
Watering Sayings By Sophie Kinsella: Bex ... why did you buy an inflatable canoe?''It's for you to lie on. Or Bex ... why did you buy an inflatable canoe?'
'It's for you to lie on. Or something.'
'And a watering can?'
'I couldn't find a plant spray.'Breathlessly I start shoving bags into the taxi.
'But why do I need a plant spray?'
'Look,it wasn't my idea, OK?' I say defensively. — Sophie Kinsella
Watering Sayings By Johnny Stone: I could almost taste the thick, mouth-watering fog of manly power that seeped from his I could almost taste the thick, mouth-watering fog of manly power that seeped from his pores, smothering me beneath it. Just being near him filled me with an overpowering sense of intimidation, excitement, and nervous surrender all rolled into one general package of an amazing turn-on. — Johnny Stone
Watering Sayings By Ali Ibn Abi Talib: Greed takes a person to the watering place but gets him back without letting him Greed takes a person to the watering place but gets him back without letting him drink. It undertakes responsibility but does not fulfill it. Often the drinker gets choked before quenching his thirst. The greater the worth of a thing yearned for, the greater is the grief for its loss. Desires blind the eyes of understanding. The destined share would reach him who does not approach it. — Ali Ibn Abi Talib
Watering Sayings By Phyllis Reynolds Naylor: Between the 6th and 7th grade, something happens to your eyes. they water a lot. Between the 6th and 7th grade, something happens to your eyes. they water a lot. I think its so you can get all the watering out of the way before you begin wearing mascara. — Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Watering Sayings By Siva D.: I took one look at him, my mouth started watering and my panties moistened with I took one look at him, my mouth started watering and my panties moistened with thick fluid as if he had touched my sensation and made me instantaneously combust. — Siva D.
Watering Sayings By Gautama Buddha: Watering the flowers and the trees, whispering to them, talking to them. Then, they will Watering the flowers and the trees, whispering to them, talking to them. Then, they will grow to be more bright and luxuriant. — Gautama Buddha
Watering Sayings By Julian Barnes: People in love, it is well known, suffer extreme conceptual delusions, the most common of People in love, it is well known, suffer extreme conceptual delusions, the most common of these being that other people find your condition as thrilling and eye-watering as you do yourselves. — Julian Barnes
Watering Sayings By J.R. Ward: Straightening up so the full force of that cold blast hit him square in the Straightening up so the full force of that cold blast hit him square in the face, Qhuinn glared into the rush, picturing those pines ahead that he couldn't see because his eyes were watering from the wind. Opening his mouth, he screamed bloody murder, adding his voice to the maelstrom.
Godd*mn it, he wasn't going down like a pussy. No ducking, no pathetic oh-please-God-no-saaaaaave-me. F**k that. He was going to meet death with his fangs bared and his body braced and his heart pounding not from fear, but from a whole boatload of ...
Blow me, Grim Reaper! — J.R. Ward
Watering Sayings By Keri Wyatt Kent: The fields ... are white already to harvest" (John 4:35 KJV), or as other versions The fields ... are white already to harvest" (John 4:35 KJV), or as other versions put it, "ripe for harvest." ... One part of the harvest metaphor we may have missed was the importance of timing-there is a season for both sowing and reaping, and sometimes there is a season of simply waiting and watering. — Keri Wyatt Kent
Watering Sayings By Michael Benanav: Camels can go many weeks without drinking anything at all. The notion that they cache Camels can go many weeks without drinking anything at all. The notion that they cache water in their humps is pure myth - their humps are made of fat, and water is stored in their body tissues. While other mammals draw water from bloodstreams when faced with dehydration, leading to death by volume shock, camels tap the water in their tissues, keeping their blood volume stable. Though this reduces the camel's bulk, they can lose up to a third of their body weight with no ill effects, which they can replace astonishingly quickly, as they are able to drink up to forty gallons in a single watering. (pp.69-70) — Michael Benanav
Watering Sayings By Undefeated: That's why we must keep watering the heart with positive surrounding and listening to good That's why we must keep watering the heart with positive surrounding and listening to good music and watching good entertainment. — Undefeated
Watering Sayings By Helena Rutherfurd Ely: The watering of a garden requires as much judgement as the seasoning of a soup. The watering of a garden requires as much judgement as the seasoning of a soup. — Helena Rutherfurd Ely
Watering Sayings By John Steinbeck: The passion to produce is very great. One man, who has not yet been assigned The passion to produce is very great. One man, who has not yet been assigned his little garden plot, is hopefully watering a jimson weed simply to have something of his own growing. — John Steinbeck
Watering Sayings By Alex Shoumatoff: According to the U.N., more than 2.7 billion people will face severe water shortages by According to the U.N., more than 2.7 billion people will face severe water shortages by 2025. Many social scientists predict that the next big wars will be over water. Nevertheless, the average American family blissfully consumes 300 gallons a day, when you add in watering the lawn and washing dishes, clothes, and cars. — Alex Shoumatoff
Watering Sayings By Sanjo Jendayi: Let us grow strong rootsWatering and nurturing Each other daily. Let us grow strong roots
Watering and nurturing
Each other daily. — Sanjo Jendayi
Watering Sayings By Heather Burch: How many ways can we count hope? It is every breath we breathe and every How many ways can we count hope? It is every breath we breathe and every beat of our hearts. Hope is the flower that refuses to die off though winter's chill lays claim. Hope is the rushing river, moving the earth and watering the banks. It is more than strength; it fills any vessel and it strengthens any fight. I won't fall to despair, Grace. Hope keeps my feet moving. And though doubt tries to fill my mind, hope has taken me captive. I am its slave. And because I am, my soul is under obligation - hope blooms in me. I hope it is still blooming in you. — Heather Burch
Watering Sayings By Jack Vance: Shimrod gave the boy a copper penny. 'Bring me now a goblet of good tawny Shimrod gave the boy a copper penny. 'Bring me now a goblet of good tawny wine.'
By a sleight of magic Shimrod augmented the acuity of his hearing, so that the whispers of two young lovers in a far corner were now clearly audible, as were the innkeeper's instructions to Fonsel in regard to the watering of Shimrod's wine. — Jack Vance
Watering Sayings By Osamu Dazai: Today, while Mother was watching me work, she suddenly remarked, "They say that people who Today, while Mother was watching me work, she suddenly remarked, "They say that people who like summer flowers die in the summer. I wonder if it's true." I did not answer but went on watering the eggplants. It is already the beginning of summer. She continued softly, "I am very fond of hibiscus, but we haven't a single one in this garden."
"We have plenty of oleanders," I answered in an intentionally sharp tone.
"I don't like them. I like almost all summer flowers, but oleanders are too loud."
"I like roses best. But they bloom in all four seasons. I wonder if people who like roses best have to die four times over again."
We both laughed. — Osamu Dazai
Watering Sayings By Stephanie Perkins: We straighten , bu our snickering is barely contained as we attempt to focus our We straighten , bu our snickering is barely contained as we attempt to focus our attention on a picture of a discarded Coke can. "This guy's lady love is kind of a slob, don't you think?" he whispers.
I cover my mouth with my hands again.
"A reaaaaaaaal litterbug."
"Stop it," I hiss. My eyes are watering. "Ohmygod look at this one! How did he get her toenail clippings?"
"If you were my girl," he whispers, "I'd take creepy pictures of your trash when I knew you weren't looking."
"If you were my girl," I whisper back," I"d put the creepy pictures in a foreign museum so you wouldn't know that I take creepy pictures. — Stephanie Perkins