Quotes About Honeymoon

Quotes tagged as "honeymoon" (showing 1-30 of 36)
Stephenie Meyer
“Why am I covered in feathers?" I asked, confused.
He exhaled impatiently. "I bit a pillow. Or two...”
Stephenie Meyer, Breaking Dawn

Charlotte Brontë
“[O]ur honeymoon will shine our life long: its beams will only fade over your grave or mine.”
Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

Anna Godbersen
“A young woman, newly wed, may find herself in the delightful position of wanting to do nothing without the company of her darling husband. She may indeed discover that she spends all her waking hours with her fellow to the exclusion of every other friend or family member. This is understandable, but wholly unacceptable, to society.”
Anna Godbersen, Envy

T.H. White
“They had a year of joy, twelve months of the strange heaven which the salmon know on beds of river shingle, under the gin-clear water. For twenty-four years they were guilty, but this first year was the only one which seemed like happiness. Looking back on it, when they were old, they did not remember that in this year it had ever rained or frozen. The four seasons were coloured like the edge of a rose petal for them.”
T.H. White, The Once and Future King

أنيس منصور
“في كل زواج شهر عسل نحل - يذهب العسل ويبقى النحل !”
أنيس منصور, عندي كلام

Matshona Dhliwayo
“Marriage is a full-time job; wooing is your application, courtship your interview, engagement your job offer, and honeymoon, your orientation.”
Matshona Dhliwayo

Crystal Woods
“Everyday's a honeymoon. Cuz darling, I love you to the moon.”
Crystal Woods, Write like no one is reading

أنيس منصور
“ينتهي الحب مع شهر العسل .. وبعد ذلك يبدأ الزواج”
أنيس منصور, قالوا

أنيس منصور
“ينتهي شهر العسل عندما نتوقف عن التنهد ونبدأ في التثاؤب”
أنيس منصور, قالوا

“The Sleeping

I have imagined all this:
In 1940 my parents were in love
And living in the loft on West 10th
Above Mark Rothko who painted cabbage roses
On their bedroom walls the night they got married.

I can guess why he did it.
My mother’s hair was the color of yellow apples
And she wore a velvet hat with her pajamas.

I was not born yet. I was remote as starlight.
It is hard for me to imagine that
My parents made love in a roomful of roses
And I wasn’t there.

But now I am. My mother is blushing.
This is the wonderful thing about art.
It can bring back the dead. It can wake the sleeping
As it might have late that night
When my father and mother made love above Rothko
Who lay in the dark thinking Roses, Roses, Roses.”
Lynn Emanuel, Hotel Fiesta

أنيس منصور
“شهر العسل أجازة يأخذها الزوج قبل العمل مع رئيسه الجديد”
أنيس منصور, قالوا

Mordecai Richler
“Shame on you. Don't tell me you've been married for an hour and you've already got eyes for another woman.”
Mordecai Richler

Ginger Sullivan
“Don't just live your life, set it on fire!”
Ginger Sullivan, The Honeymooner's Cookbook

Pawan Mishra
“One of the things people did best at the office was to use flexibility to its last atom.”
Pawan Mishra, Coinman: An Untold Conspiracy

Girdhar Joshi
“Simple misunderstanding… and couple forget the lovely moments they spent before marriage and during honeymoon.”
Girdhar Joshi, Some Mistakes Have No Pardon

Ngina Otiende
“Your husband is not responsible for your happiness”
Ngina Otiende, Blues to Bliss: Creating Your Happily-Ever-After In The Early Years

Allison Burnett
“If you're right and my life sucks, I'll just have to marry an ugly, old billionaire. The first time he sees me naked, which will be on our honeymoon, he'll have a heart attack and die. I'll inherit his entire fortune. You can be my chauffeur.”
Allison Burnett, Undiscovered Gyrl

Munia Khan
“The taste of moon is like honey to all honeymooners, but after some years does the moon's scar make it bitter?”
Munia Khan

Girdhar Joshi
“The honeymoon is the unforgettable period in a couple’s life. Later in life, tried and tired in the dust and mist of relations, together or not, they would always miss that time they spent together. Every bit of it.”
Girdhar Joshi, Some Mistakes Have No Pardon

“A few of us always compared anything good to: ' Isn't it just like camp?' When we first got married, we asked each other, 'Was your honeymoon good?' 'Yeah. It was just like camp.”
Laurie Kahn, Harriet Tubman

Amit Kalantri
“My spouse is my shield, my spouse is my strength.”
Amit Kalantri, Wealth of Words

Alaric Hutchinson
“Love starts when peace begins.”
Alaric Hutchinson, Living Peace

Linda Weaver Clarke
“It wasn’t a horror movie, Mama,” said Jody adamantly.
“It had zombies, didn’t it?”
“Yes, ma’am, but it’s a love story.”
Rick laughed. He was amused with the young girl’s defense.
“Have you seen it?” asked Jody. “It’s called Warm Bodies.”
Rick shook his head. “No, I haven’t. Is it good?”
Jody’s eyes brightened. “Oh my gosh! You have to see it…”
Linda Weaver Clarke, Mystery on the Bayou

Linda Weaver Clarke
“Rick looked at his watch and gave a nod. “Yup! We have enough time before our next appointment.”
“Enough time for what?” asked Amelia.
He grinned and began dancing around her and singing in jazz style: “Goin’ down the bayou! Goin’ down the bayou! Goin’ down the bayou! Doodle-ee doodle-ee-doo!”
When Rick saw her eyes brighten, he said, I checked out a few bayous at Cross Lake. We’re goin’ down the bayou, sweetie.”
Amelia asked with laughter in her voice, “Were you just singing a Disney tune? From the Princess and the Frog?”
“Yup! I have many talents.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, Mystery on the Bayou

Linda Weaver Clarke
“Amelia was instantly distracted when she heard one of her favorite songs: What a Wonderful World made famous by Louis Armstrong. The woman singing did the song justice as she sang:
I see trees of gree, red roses, too.
I see them bloom, for me and you.
And I think to myself.
What a wonderful world!
Before she could blink an eye, Rick pulled her into his arms in a waltz position.
He gave her a wink and said flirtatiously, “May I have this dance, my love?”
As they danced to the rhythm of the music, Amelia said, “Don’t ever stop flirting with me, no matter how old we get.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, Mystery on the Bayou

Linda Weaver Clarke
“She struggled with all her might, but he was much too heavy and strong.
With a sigh, Amelia finally said, “You win. How can I defend myself in a situation like this?”
“That’s a good question.”
With a satisfied grin, he got to his feet and said, “I’ll show you.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, Mystery on the Bayou

Linda Weaver Clarke
“After a long while, Rick cleared his throat and pulled over to the side of the road. He then turned to her and said, “Amelia sweetie, a lot of problems are caused because of a lack of communication. When you try to guess what the other is thinking, then that’s when you get into trouble. If we communicate, find time for one another, don’t take each other for granted, and even share responsibilities, it will bring us closer.”
“Share responsibilities?”
He nodded. “Sure. A man who thinks he’s too good to share with the chores needs to reevaluate his relationship with his wife.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, Mystery on the Bayou

Linda Weaver Clarke
“He strummed a few chords and then sang:
You are my sunshine, my only sunshine.
You make me happy when skies are gray.
You’ll never know dear, how much I love you.
Please don’t take my sunshine away.
Rick sang one more verse, and when he was done, he winked at Amelia and smiled.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, Mystery on the Bayou

Linda Weaver Clarke
“Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high
There’s a land that I heard of, once in a lullaby.
Somewhere over the rainbow, skies are blue
And the dreams that you dare to dream really do come true.”
Linda Weaver Clarke, Mystery on the Bayou

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