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The Careful Undressing of Love The Careful Undressing of Love by Corey Ann Haydu
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“I can’t quite figure out the difference between loving someone and loving things about them.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Hearts expand to fit more love in them over time . You think there can't possibly be anymore room but there always is.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“You never know what’s going to be in the garden in June when you’re looking at it in January.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“I see my mother exactly as she is – sad and strong, tense and trying.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“I want to know if we are the same, in the moments when we’re stripped bare.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“If you love someone and they vanish, you are left nodding like a zombie and throwing teacups at a wall.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“We’re all a little broken, on the sidewalk. On the street. In the city.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“It’s incredible how small the English language gets when you’re trying to make it fix something.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“You are more wonderful than rain.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Death always feels far away from life, until it isn’t.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“The laws of physics say if there’s a party, Isla will eventually end up dancing on a table.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“This is another awful truth of losing people you love: everyone needs something different. And the needs almost never match up.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Everyone else’s Minute of remembering is over, but ours stretches on and on. It doesn’t
end.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“We are our mothers’ daughters, are we not?”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“We are LornaCruzCharlotteDelilahIsla and we aren’t afraid of love, even if we’re supposed to be.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“I hate the way the world feels when love is gone”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Love is insanity, apparently.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Sometimes words I think are small come out big.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Sometimes it's a comfort to tell the same stories over and over; sometimes it's a torture”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Traditions don't come out of nowhere. They come from something sacred and strange.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“It's strange how in the craziest moments you reach for normal things like handshakes and formal introductions.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Even the worst things about Devonairre Street are better than the rest of the city.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“On our own, we’d look totally normal. Together, we’re something else. Together, we’re special.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“We don’t smile, but we something. We something. It hurts, the way a deep connection to someone who isn’t yours sometimes does.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“I feel stupid for thinking the future was going to be easy and simple and ours.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Sleep comes, no matter how deep the sadness cuts. It’s like a gift from the universe.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“We have to give up so many things when the people we love die. So we hang on to other familiar things.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“Memories are quiet things.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“I like how love lets everyone in.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love
“People do crazy things after a big loss.”
Corey Ann Haydu, The Careful Undressing of Love

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