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|At the time, my life just seemed too complete, and maybe we have to break |
everything to make something better out of ourselves. I looked around and said,
okay. Okay, I say, but outside in the parking lot. So we went outside, and I asked if
- 80 pages
|Gamin — that's the only name I know for you so far — am I presuming too much if |
I ask that we might have at least some tiny morsel of pie? ... "Maybe Jules will
have some. ... Mr. Scarborough himself opened the door before any of us had
time to get out of the car. I never saw such a funny mixture of expressions on
anybody's face in my life — relief, annoyance, humor, and puzzlement. "Well ...
There seemed to be about everything imaginable for tea, and we certainly did full
justice to it.
- 124 pages
|If you do reps too fast, you can get a bounce effect, meaning the weight rebounds |
off the bottom of the movement. ... "Come to a full stop at the end of each rep,"
advises Meth. ... I was in my car, tearing it up in hopeful duet with Canadian
crooner Michael Buble, when I noticed something interesting. Throughout "Come
Fly With Me," I was just a little bit out in front. ... "In our hectic lives, we spend more
time hitting the gas than the brake, and our breathing becomes quick and shallow
|Suddenly I felt, saw—as I should have seen long ago—— that the strain of evil, |
erhaps of madness, in my father—the strain ... "Suppose,' I kept thinking, "
suppose something should unexpectedly make it possible for Ambo to ask me to
be his wife? ... She ran away from the one love of her life, Ambo—just as I must
run away from you. ... "Good for Sonia!" cried out. "God bless her! Hasn't she
made her husband happy? Aren't her children his pride? ... alas, it is to be bored
Marilyn E. Gootman - 2008 - 211 pages
|For some children, we are the only positive model in their lives. ... To calm a |
frightened child, we must first calm ourselves (Perry, 2006). ... For children who
come from chaotic homes, our explosions can create a physioneurosis response,
which can ... The reverse is true as well: People think better when they are in a
good mood. ... I have yet to meet a teacher who didn't get angry sometimes. We're
human too! ... We lose our cool because everything seems to be imploding on us.
|I am sure I would be willing to lay down my life a dozen times over for them, but it |
sometimes seems to me they are getting so that they always expect me to ... She
wants, just as we all do, to have her life of real and admitted value to others.
|My own diet plan (I think of it more as a “lifestyle”) is constantly changing, forever |
evolving, always fluid. ... But if something doesn't seem to be working for a while, I
'm not married to it—sometimes I make changes and try new foods and ... More
than anything, I want to encourage you to eat a healthy diet, and the rest will
probably fall into place. ... you're going to get a break to eat—you can be on stage
for hours and never have a moment to grab a bite, and you better be ready to
|In order to experience life in full colour and live life in its full glory, we have to be |
open. ... beauty, success, play, laughter, but also being open to hurt, struggle,
grief or loss . . . it seems you can't have one without the other! ... There may be
times when we willingly, desperately want to break out of our protective shell, but
we have made it so strong that it ... for too long is that our soul, or fate, bad luck,
good luck or just stuff happening – whatever you want to call it – something
happens to ...
|Somehow that just didn't fit in with our normal schedule, and we knew we were in |
for a challenge. We had already tried ... My daily walking needed to be mostly at
work because by the time I got home, I was too tired to do anything. Sometimes I
|leap of faith and hurtling yourself into the unknown . . . and ultimately coming out |
okay. ... That play served as a kind of blueprint for me, and I continued to take
risks throughout my life: I defied my mother's wishes and ... stretch beyond my
normal range, or try something completely new—or when it seemed like I might
have finally bitten off too much ... I think it is our natural tendency as we get older
to stop taking risks and choose the more familiar path. ... And that for me says