Quotes from Now I'll Tell You Everything

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor ·  517 pages

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“When you’ve found the right one - when you see him, when you’re with him - you’ll feel like you’re coming home.”
― Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, quote from Now I'll Tell You Everything

“There were so many of these moments that could never be captured accurately, even in the camcorder, only in the heart.”
― Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, quote from Now I'll Tell You Everything

“But how did you know that it was Stacy?”
“There wasn’t a green light flashing, that’s for sure,” he said. “Mostly, I felt I’d met a person I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. That I didn’t need to look any further.””
“But how can you be sure?” I persisted.
“You can’t. There’s not just one person in the world who’s your type. There’s a whole group with the same likes and dislikes. But you want to spend your whole life looking for all of them? You just feel that everything’s right. You’re at peace with yourself.”
― Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, quote from Now I'll Tell You Everything

“We all have our own battles to fight, and sometimes we have to go it alone. I'm stronger than you think, you'd be surprised.”
― Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, quote from Now I'll Tell You Everything

“I know, but if I feel this bad for Gramps, how am I going to feel when it’s Dad?” Tyler told me.
“You’ll feel even worse, of course, but you’ll carry on, because happiness has a way of creeping in again. It really does,” I said.”
― Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, quote from Now I'll Tell You Everything

“I wanted my children and grandchildren to know that no matter when you are born or where you live, happiness and disappointments have the same flavors the world over.”
― Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, quote from Now I'll Tell You Everything

About the author

Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
Born place: in Anderson, Indiana, The United States
Born date January 4, 1933
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