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|Lawrence, D. H. Progress of a marriage: There was a time when you couldn't |
make me happy. Now the time has come when you can make me unhappy. -
Layton, Irving Many a man in love with a dimple makes the mistake of marrying
|It was a marriage just like any other marriage. —JEDEDIAH LELAND ... (Daily |
Mail, London, July 4, 1978) There was a time when you couldn't make me happy.
Now the time has come when you can't make me unhappy. —IRVING LAYTON ...
|And I don't see much chance for it in the days to come, so I made up my J mind I'd |
write what I would have said had an ... Because you can't; you couldn't keep it up.
... You will have hillto days~lots of 'cm, I hope; but all days won't be 0 that kind, as
you now fondly believe. ... And you will have no end of a good time for weeks and
months talking it all over— every little phase of the great ... Of course now you
laugh and joke and say—and mean it: "As if anything could make me doubt Bud!
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|I have thought of fny little white bed in the convent where I slept so placidly, for |
every night of all those blessed, quiet, ... but always — continually — evening and
morning — day-time and night-time, for when I sleep I have such dreams ! ...
There is no loneliness that a woman can know which can be compared to a
marriage like mine. Oh, I am ... I wondered if you could hear them unmoved —
and a thought of danger for you made me feel unhappy. .... I asked him and he
said he couldn't.
|He doesn't look at me as he did; he doesn't speak to me as he did; he is never |
alone with me as he used to be; I can't say the words ... me, and nothing makes
me happy now ! ... “Come!” said Mrs. Milroy, beginning to lose patience. “You
have something to say to me about Misss Gwilt. What is it? ... Some last-left
instinct of her married life in its earlier and happier time, pleaded hard with her to
respect the youth and the sex of her child. ... I couldn't help it when you spoke so
of my father.
|He is only too anxious to do all he can to make up to me for what I have lost. He |
feels the disgrace for me- even more than I do for myself ; I am so happy that I can
't be miserable over anything. But I want to ... I couldn't believe you meant to be so
cruel, and yet I was afraid. ... You were so good to me for five years ; be good to
me now for the last time. ... She held out both her hands to him ; there were tears
in her dark eyes, the beautiful face quivered with emotion and passionate
|Collects autobiographical, illustrated essays and cartoons from the author's popular blog and related new material that humorously and candidly deals with her own idiosyncrasies and battles with depression.|
|Wild GOOSe By Gouverneur-Morris Illustrated by Arthur J. Keller “But please, |
please-this is no time to discuss what's been and gone. ... “I was older than D
i a n a , she loved me with all her might, I didn't keep her love, and I didn't make
her happy.” “You couldn't keep her love, you mean,” Mrs. Langham had retorted
quite sharply, “and you couldn't make her happy. .... but now that the parcel has
come home and been opened, and the vase tried here and there in familiar
surroundings it ...
|But, cousin, suppose you overlook duty this once, and allow her to have what she |
wants. ... And what can you give as a reason why six weeks ago you loved me so
that you couldn't have the wedding postponed any longer than positively ...