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Maybe it's not the first kisses that are supposed to be special. Maybe it's the last ones.
This is a dandelion, " I told him. He shrugged. "I know. Some see a weed; some see a flower. Perspective.
You have to embrace the idea of imperfection, even if the thing that is most perfect for you.
Beauty is subjective. You know how sometimes what makes a person attractive is the way they make you laugh or how it seems like they can read your mind?.
You have to do whatever it takes to be with the person you love.
Damn right you are.
And I want us to find our own thing or maybe find out that our own thing is everything, because I feel like if I have him, even the stupid stuff would matter.
You are always just Eadlyn. And you are always the queen. You are everything to everyone. And infinitely more to me.
Your impression of everyone is probably wrong in some way.
Nothing makes you quite so aware of a person's presence as the loss of it.
You treacherous, treacherous thing. What have you done?.
It was a delicious feeling, falling in love. I'd had so many luxuries in my life, and I thought I'd had a taste of this before, but I realized now it was merely a cheap imitation of something not meant to be imitated in the first place.
Grandma Singer was a fearsome creature. If we ever did have a war under my rule, my plan was to send her to the front lines. She’d come home holding the enemy by his ear within a week.
There’s nothing there to fear.
Finding a prince might mean kissing a lot of frogs. Or kicking a lot of frogs out of your house. Falling might mean running headfirst into something you always wanted. Or dipping your toe into something you've been scared of your whole life. Happily ever after could be waiting in a field a mile wide. Or a window as narrow as seven minutes.
Love. Like clothes, I had guessed it was something that fit no two people exactly the same way. I was still unsure what the word looked like for me, but I sensed that sooner or rather than later, it would be fully defined. All that remained to be seen was if I could be satisfied with the definition.
But your life is yours, singular and sacred, and you should be with the person who makes it feel that way every blessed second you live it.
Then you know everything.
At the end of the day, I can't force any of you to treat people the way you should. But it should be on your conscience that whatever law I pass won't do much unless each of you takes it upon yourself to show kindness to your fellow citizens.
I remember once Dad barged into the Women’s Room, which is completely improper. You’re supposed to be invited in. But it was raining, and he wasn’t going to wait to sweep her away. And one time he dipped her in the hallway, and she just laughed and laughed. She was still wearing her hair down then, and I’ll never forget how it looked like a waterfall of red. It’s like no matter what happens, they can find themselves again there.
Good. You’re all dismissed. And I suggest you all remember who’s in charge here before we meet again.
Some see a weed; some see a flower. Perspective.
You can call that firing squad whenever you want, but I’ve got Grandma on my side, so I’ve got nothing to worry about.
Henri grabbed my face, looking deeply into my eyes. "Love you," he vowed. "Love you." Then he turned and clutched Eikko's arm. "And love you. My good friend. Very good friend.
Sorry! I shouldn’t joke when there are needles around. matter if and when they parted, the would never be separated. Not really.
Dad has been exhausted. Mom has never slowed down. You were in love, and I tried to talk you out of it. There’s a word for what I am, but I’m too much of a lady to say it.
I am slow here," Henri said, pointing to his mouth. "Not here." He pointed to his eyes.
You two are so gross, you ruin everything.
We would live together and weave out lives into one another's and hold on to a sacred sisterhood that only a handful of women ever experienced.
i was fine not liking you. i was fine not liking anyone. and now i'm in the middle of this and so lost i can hardly think straight. but now that you matter, and i don't know what to do about it. - Eadlyn.
And when he realized I was on my way, his gaze flew up to mine. In an instant, everything in the room came alive. Like the sunshine had a melody and the sounds of footsteps had a texture I could feel in my fingertips each time anyone moved. The world woke up when I looked at him.