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1. "I'd like to cook for my granny one more time. I cooked for her a couple of times before she passed away, but I wasn't really old enough."
Author: Arthur Potts Dawson
2. "I won't lock my doors or bar them either if any of the old coots in the pictures out in the hall want to come out of their frames for a friendly chat."
Author: Bess Truman
3. "The Hierarch of Rak Urga drew himself up. "This is not a request, Urgit. I'm not asking you.""Good. Because I'm not going.""I command you to go.""I don't think so.""Do you realize to whom you're talking?""Perfectly, old boy. You're the same tiresome old Grolim who's been boring me to tears ever since I inherited the throne from that fellow who used to chew on the carpets back in Rak Goska. Listen carefully, Agachak. I'll use short words and simple sentences so I don't confuse you. I am not going to Mallorea. I've never had any intention of going to Mallorea. There's nothing I want to see in Mallorea. There's nothing I want to do there. I most definitely do not intend to put myself anywhere near Kal Zakath, and he's gone back to Mal Zeth. Not only that, they have demons in Mallorea. Have you ever seen a demon, Agachak?""Once or twice," the Hierarch replied sullenly."Are you're still going to Mallorea? Agachak, you're as crazy as Taur Urgas was."
Author: David Eddings
4. "Little girls are like old cats. If they don't like you nothing on Earth will make them pretend to."
Author: David Mitchell
5. "In the lobby, an old woman with legs wrapped in elastic bandages mopped the floor with filthy water. She kept missing the same spot, over and over. There was the overpowering smell of disinfectant, bad tobacco, and wet wool. This was the smell of Russia indoors, the smell of the woman in front of you on line, the smell of every elevator. Near an abandoned newsstand, dozens of overcoats hung on long rows of pegs, somber and dark, lightly steaming, like nags in a stable."
Author: David Remnick
6. "You're the missing piece I needThe song inside of meI need to find youI gotta find you"
Author: Demi Lovato
7. "Also in Norah Jones, now there's a voice that sounds and I don't mean disrespect but sounds a hundred years old that sounds incredibly experienced. It's just an exciting time."
Author: Gerry Beckley
8. "...the world was trying to change its old face and show its underbelly of earth and roots."
Author: Italo Calvino
9. "I think that open tunings are a trap really because it's really hard not to sound like an open tuning when your using one and that gets old as well as what you learn in one open tuning is going to stay there."
Author: Leo Kottke
10. "Oddly enough, my favorite genre is not fiction. I'm attracted by primary sources that are relevant to historical questions of interest to me, by famous old books on philosophy or theology that I want to see with my own eyes, by essays on contemporary science, by the literatures of antiquity."
Author: Marilynne Robinson
11. ". I was feeling like an old puzzle that someone put away, the kind that's missing pieces so it never gets looked at. It isn't until I came across the woman that now holds my last name that I see it clearly. She's the collection of pieces that are missing from my box. She completes it and turns it into the most beautiful picture."
Author: Melyssa Winchester
12. "Well, there is rough old Albert, as ornery as any big brother a girl could have, putting his arm around Savannah and cooing to her like a repenting hound dog, and promising her she is not common nor shameful. I watched all this and thought you just never know sometimes what's in a man's heart. When you think he is all tough nails and boards he can be different on the inside. It makes me wonder about other men I know, too."
Author: Nancy E. Turner
13. "A long time back, she thought, I dreamed a dream, and was enjoying it so much when someone wakened me, and that day I was born. And now? Now, let me see...She cast her mind back. Where was I? she thought. Ninety years...how to take up the thread and the pattern of that lost dream again? She put out a small hand. There...yes, that was it. She smiled. Deeper in the warm snow hill she turned her head upon her pillow. That was better. Now, yes, now she saw it shaping in her mind quietly, and with a serenity like a sea moving along an endless and self-refreshing shore. Now she let the old dream touch and lift her from the snow and drift her above the scarce-remembered bed."
Author: Ray Bradbury
14. "Research material can turn up anywhere - in a dusty old letter in an archive, a journal or some old photographs you find in a charity shop."
Author: Sara Sheridan
15. "I was well aware how famously or infamously secretive thes old institutions can be, no more than ourselves, a mixture of worry, lost power, perhaps even concern. That the truth may not always be desirable, that one thing leads to another thing, that facts not only lead forward to resolution, but backwards into the shadows, and sometimes into the various little hells we make for each other."
Author: Sebastian Barry
16. "How old are you, Billie?" "Thirty-three." "With such innocent eyes for a cutthroat Illicit reporter." She studied his expression, found it sincere. "Despite rumors to the contrary, not all of us fit the hard-hitting mold." "I see that." He reached up and brushed an errant strand of hair from her cheek, a tender gesture that caught her completely off-guard. "And I like it."
Author: Shelby Reed
17. "Nora had been training herself not to think too much about her kids. Not because she wanted to forget them - not at all - but because she wanted to remember them more accurately. For the same reason, she tried not to look too often at old photographs or videos...After a while, these scraps hardened into a kind of official narrative that crowded out thousands of equally valid memories, shunting the losers to some cluttered basement storage area in her brain."
Author: Tom Perrotta
18. "What is missing in our time is not the willingness of God toact in biblical ways, but the willingness of his people to believehe is still the God of the Bible—and to act on that faith. To throwaway fear, to stride against common wisdom, to risk all that wehave and all that we are so we may follow only our simple beliefthat the God of the Scriptures is still alive and that he will stilldo what he says in his Word."
Author: Wes Moore

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