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The sky is always beautiful.Even when it's dark or rainy or cloudy,it's still beautiful to look at...it'll be there no matter what...and I know it'll always be beautiful.Colleen Hoover in Hopeless
Fuck all the firsts,Sky.The only thing that matters to me with you are the forevers.Colleen Hoover in Hopeless
I want you to help them open...because I need you to watch me give you the very last piece of my heart.Colleen Hoover in Hopeless
It's real, Six. You can't get mad at a real ending. Some of them are ugly. It's the fake happily ever afters that should piss you off.Colleen Hoover in Hopeless
If you aren't on Goodreads,you should be.I've said it before,it's like Facebook for readers on crack.Colleen Hoover
I need a chapter break.Colleen Hoover
Sometimes two people have to fall apart, to realize how much they need to fall back together.Colleen Hoover
Some infinities are bigger than other infinities.EwigkeitJohn Green in Das Schicksal ist ein Mieser Verräter
Sometimes you make choices in life, and sometimes choices make you.EntscheidungenGayle Forman in Wenn ich bleibe - If I Stay
Let your inner DORK shine through.Rachel Renee Russell in Dork Diaries: Tales from a Not-So-Fabulous Life
If you stay, I'll do whatever you want. I'll quit the band, go with you to New York. But if you need me to go away, I'll do that, too. I was talking to Liz and she said maybe coming back to your old life would be too painful, that maybe it'd be easier for you to erase us. And that would suck, but I'd do it. I can lose you like that if I don't lose you today. I'll let you go. If you stayGayle Forman in Wenn ich bleibe - If I Stay
It's okay,' he tells me. 'If you want to go. Everyone wants you to stay. I want you to stay more than I've ever wanted anything in my life.' His voice cracks with emotion. He stops, clears his throat, takes a breath, and continues. 'But that's what I want and I could see why it might not be what you want. So I just wanted to tell you that I understand if you go. It's okay if you have to leave us. It's okay if you want to stop fighting.'
For the first time since I realized that Teddy was gone, too, I feel something unclench. I feel myself breathe. I know that Gramps can't be that late-inning pinch hitter I'd hoped for. He won't unplug my breathing tube or overdoes me with morphine or anything like that. But this is the first time today that anyone has acknowledged what I have lost. I know that the social worker warned Gran and Gramps not to upset me, but Gramps's recognition, and the permission he just offered me--it feels like a gift.
Gramps doesn't leave me. He slumps back into the chair. It's quiet now. So quiet you can almost hear other people's dreams. So quiet that you can almost hear me tell Gramps, 'Thank you