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I Was Here by Gayle Forman
I Was Here
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Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish (Windham, #4) by Grace Burrowes
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Up at Butternut Lake by Mary McNear
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Between the Devil and Desire by Lorraine Heath
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Marcus Tullius Cicero
“A room without books is like a body without a soul.”
Marcus Tullius Cicero

“Repotting a plant gives it space to grow. Repotting ourselves means taking leave of our everyday environments and walking into unfamiliar territory—of the heart, of the mind and of the spirit. It isn’t easy. The older we get, the more likely we are to have remained in the same place for some time. We stay because it’s secure. We know the boundaries and, inside of them, we feel safe. Our roots cling to the walls we have long known. But remaining inside can keep us from thriving. Indeed, without new experiences or ideas, we slowly grow more and more tightly bound, eventually turning into less vibrant versions of who we might have been.
Repotting means accepting that the way is forward, not back. It means realizing that we won’t again fit into our old shells. But that’s not failure. That’s living.”
Heather Cochran, The Return of Jonah Gray

Sheng Wang
“Why do people say "grow some balls"? Balls are weak and sensitive. If you wanna be tough, grow a vagina. Those things can take a pounding.”
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