“You think you're lost but you're not lost on your own. You're not alone. I will stand by you, I will help you through when you’ve done all you can do. If you can’t cope, I will dry your eyes. I will fight your fight, I will hold you tight and I won't let go.”
“Sometimes it lasts in love, but sometimes it hurts instead. —Someone Like You by Adele”
“When you're with the right person, it's impossible to do anything wrong, and if you're with the wrong person, no matter what you do, it won't be right. —Unknown”
“You think you're lost but you're not lost on your own. You're not alone. I will stand by you, I will help you through when you’ve done all you can do. If you can’t cope, I will dry your eyes. I will fight your fight, I will hold you tight and I won't let go. —Rascal Flatts”
“My boyfriend, always hot-tempered and quick with the fists.”
“the preserver on one side and the destroyer on the other.”
“When Emma sat down on a rock to take off her shoes and stockings, he said to her, “You’ve Yankee feet. Long and skinny.”
“And you’ve Irish feet,” she said, right back at him. “Big and always in your mouth”
“Is that it?” Jack asked. “No. That is the Xing zheng yuan Hui an Xun fang Shu.” “I was just going to say that,” Tessa said.”
“The record is replete with witnesses reporting that they were intimidated
by various authorities. Could all of them, unconnected and unknown to
each other, be having the same fantasies? And if the threats were real, the
obvious question is: why would any law enforcement officer at any level,
or any anonymous phone caller, for that matter, threaten someone if the
assassination was the result of a random act by a lone nut that was no longer
alive? But this is akin to asking why any information about the murder
of John F. Kennedy was ever withheld, let alone still withheld after fifty
years, on the grounds of “national security” if Lee Harvey Oswald was a
minimum-wage loser, with no conspirators, who was out to impress his
“That was real. That was something. Tell me you felt something, that you felt what I felt.”
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