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I Owe You One I Owe You One by Sophie Kinsella
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“I learned that failing doesn't mean you are a failure; it just means you're a human being.”
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“But what can you do about mistakes except think, Won't do that again, and move forward?”
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“The trouble with me is, I can't let things go.”
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“You can’t go back in time and do life a different way.”
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“I think you need to start thinking less about what you owe other people and more about what you owe yourself.”
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“You get into a relationship. And you know that person has flaws, everyone does … but you can get so used to them that you … you forget. You forget that there’s another way.”
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“But here’s the thing, if you’re responsible for someone’s money, you’ve got to be able to ask questions. Doesn’t matter if you sound stupid.”
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“Family bloody first.”
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tags: family
“I bet Obama had a great one prepared,” says Seb. “I almost wish we’d been invaded by Martians, just so I could have heard it.”
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“But what can you do about mistakes except think, ‘Won’t do that again,’ and move forward?”
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“Red-letter day,”
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“The trouble is, I'm sorry doesn't power anything. It drags you down.”
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tags: sorry
“If you mean business, then spend your money on the business, not on expensive meals.”
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“Leila always reminds me of Bambi. She has long spindly legs and she wears high wedged sandals that clip-clop like hooves and she peers at the world through her long eyelashes as though she’s not sure if it’s about to shoot her.”
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“Mum’s like one of those dressage riders on TV. She changes her voice an iota and we all obey her instantly, like trained Olympic horses.”
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“She looked like a mean newsreader.” I put on an exaggerated TV voice. “Hello. This is the Mean News. You’re all rubbish and I despise you.”
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“Some time in the early hours of the morning, I find myself staring at him in the dim bedroom light, at the strong, lithe form of him. His back has a curve to it like the sweep of a boat. I steal out a hand to stroke it, wondering whether he’s awake, when he turns and his eyes glint at me.
“Do you sail?” I say, half sleepily.
“No. Used to row, though.”
“Huh.” I nod my head: That makes sense.”
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“Family bloody first. I’m not saying Dad was wrong, I’ll never say that, but maybe I’m starting to see “family”differently. It’s not just the people you share genes with; it’s the people you share loyalty and friendship and respect with. It’s the people you love.”
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“(Maybe that’s what emojis were invented for in the first place, and I’ve just been using them wrong. They’re not there to convey thoughts in a fun way; they’re there to lie to your mum.)”
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“We look at each other silently and I feel like we have more in common right now than I can ever remember. We met guys and we fell in love and everything seemed to work out. Until it didn’t.”
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“The law doesn’t always know what it’s doing,” he adds for good measure. “Humans have a far greater instinct for what’s right in life than lawyers do.”
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“The law doesn’t always know what it’s doing,’ he adds for good measure. ‘Humans have a far greater instinct for what’s right in life than lawyers do.”
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