Susan Mitchell Famous Quotes & Sayings

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12 Susan Mitchell Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Susan Mitchell Sayings: Perhaps it's true, my happiest moments are the anticipation of other moments still to come. Perhaps it's true, my happiest moments are the anticipation of other moments still to come.
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Susan Mitchell Sayings: In my skimmings over fiction I cannot recall any writer so continuously implicated in his In my skimmings over fiction I cannot recall any writer so continuously implicated in his own work as George Moore.
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Susan Mitchell Sayings: Motherhood: the days are long, the years are short. Motherhood: the days are long, the years are short.
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Susan Mitchell Sayings: We in Ireland are gifted beyond most peoples with a talent for acting, and in We in Ireland are gifted beyond most peoples with a talent for acting, and in Dublin especially, while scorning culture, which indeed we have not got, we are possessed of a most futile and diverting cleverness.
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Susan Mitchell Sayings: Typing is an essential skill, but it can be painful. Some children just don't know Typing is an essential skill, but it can be painful. Some children just don't know where the letters are. Typing a three-page story, when they have to spend minutes hunting for every letter, can take forever. Yet we tend to assume that children can type, partly because quite a lot of us know where quite a lot of the letters are, so we assume that children do, too.
Susan Mitchell Sayings: [On writer George Moore:] ... I grew curious about Moore. Yet when at the rehearsal [On writer George Moore:] ... I grew curious about Moore. Yet when at the rehearsal of 'Countess Cathleen' in some dark by-way of London, I was told he was present, I cannot recall any form, only an irritation in the dusty atmosphere.
Susan Mitchell Sayings: There is blood in Mr. Ervine's 'Carson'; he knows nothing about Sir Edward Carson, of There is blood in Mr. Ervine's 'Carson'; he knows nothing about Sir Edward Carson, of course, but his teeth are firmly fixed in the calf of someone's leg, all the time, and he draws blood without a doubt.
Susan Mitchell Sayings: It's possible to keep drawing this moment out, any moment, hammering it thinner and thinner It's possible to keep drawing this moment out, any moment, hammering it thinner and thinner like beaten gold, like iced chablis, whipping it, whipping it to cheap perfume, each word blown to aneurysm.
Susan Mitchell Sayings: Ireland regards sex, when she regards it at all, with an entirely primitive and practical Ireland regards sex, when she regards it at all, with an entirely primitive and practical eye.
Susan Mitchell Sayings: Sometimes it seems your ever-increasing list of things to do can leave you feeling totally Sometimes it seems your ever-increasing list of things to do can leave you feeling totally undone.
Susan Mitchell Sayings: Our greatest fear is that we will lose the love in our life ... that Our greatest fear is that we will lose the love in our life ... that we will be abandoned, left alone, bereaved, misunderstood, deprived, hated and rejected ... but we can never be OUT OF LOVE. We are love and if our minds separate ourselves from who we really are it is a painful delusion. Ego personalities, including our own, might separate ourselves from love but love never dies because it is what we are made of.
Susan Mitchell Sayings: There has been no lack of courage in Ireland; there never is, but even our There has been no lack of courage in Ireland; there never is, but even our courage has a fatal quality.