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Catching Air Catching Air by Sarah Pekkanen
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“She felt a lump form in her throat, and she swallowed hard. She wouldn't have this-the swollen ankles and pink cheeks and the feel of that glorious, curving belly under the palm of her hand-but she could still be a mother. That was the important thing.”
Sarah Pekkanen, Catching Air
“What sadist had invented the concept of skiing? Kira wondered. Who was the first person to decide it would be fun to rocket shakily down an icy mountain on two pieces of metal with wind attacking your face and snow spraying into your eyes and people whipping all around, waving spiky poles like gladiators closing in for a kill? She was shocked lawyers hadn't shut down the sport yet; the potential for catastrophe was rampant.”
Sarah Pekkanen, Catching Air
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“Maybe the road wouldn’t be a perfect or easy one, but when did life ever promise anyone a smooth course?”
Sarah Pekkanen, Catching Air
“Sometimes love exploded in your heart, and sometimes it grew slowly. But the end result was the same. Did it really matter so much, after all, which path you took?”
Sarah Pekkanen, Catching Air