Quotes from Homecoming

Tonya Hurley ·  285 pages

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“If you expect nothing, you can never be disappointed.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“If you expect nothing, you can never be disappointed.
Apart from a few starry-eyed poets or monks living on a mountaintop somewhere, however, we all have expectations. We not only have them, we need them. They fuel our dreams, our hopes, and our lives like some super-caffeinated energy drink.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“You did what your heart told you to do,' Brain complimented. 'It is what leaders, not followers, do.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“Worry may not change the outcome, but it definately affects the outlook.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“You can only get outside yourself by looking inside.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“A true friend is someone who is always there for you, with no agenda other than the friendship itself. We rely on our friends to lift us up in bad times, to keep us grounded in good times, but most importantly, to be there for us when we need nothing at all.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“Talk is cheap. If it wasn't, people might not toss around "I love you" like a
marked-down phrase in a sale bin.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“It was like death by a thousand paper cuts.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“Someone can have the best intentions,' Markov said, 'but offering the wrong advice, the wrong help at the wrong time, can be worse than not helping at all.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“Quienes de verdad te quieren no pretenderán jamás que cambies por ellos.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

“What doesn't kill you, makes you paranoid.”
― Tonya Hurley, quote from Homecoming

About the author

Tonya Hurley
Born place: The United States
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