Sarah Addison Allen Sayings and Quotes

Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old sarah addison allen quotes, sarah addison allen sayings, and sarah addison allen proverbs, collected over the years from a variety of sources.


It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon.     

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The next morning dawned bright and sweet, like ribbon candy.     

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It was like the way you wanted sunshine on Saturdays, or pancakes for breakfast. They just made you feel good.     

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Like magic, she felt him getting nearer, felt it like a pull in the pit of her stomach. It felt like hunger but deeper, heavier. Like the best kind of expectation. Ice cream expectation. Chocolate expectation.     

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She was so southern that she cried tears that came straight from the mississippi, and she always smelled faintly of cottonwood and peaches.     

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It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon.     

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Adolescence is like having only enough light to see the step directly in front of you.     

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Her hair was longer than it used to be, and it veiled her shoulders like a shawl. She used it for protection.     

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Stability was overrated. Crises and adventures, on the other hand, could actually teach you something.     

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Misfits need a place to get away, too. All that trying to fit in is exhausting.     

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First frost meant letting go, so it was always reason to celebrate.     

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Misfits need a place to get away, too. All that trying to fit in is exhausting.     

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Superstitions are man's way of trying to control things he has no control over.     

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When your cup is empty, you do not mourn what is gone. Because if you do, you will miss the opportunity to fill it again.     

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But relying on one person for your every need is so dangerous. One set of hands isn't enough to keep you from falling.     

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Because we're connected, as women. It's like a spiderweb. If one part of that web vibrates, if there's trouble, we all know it, but most of the time we're just too scared, or selfish, or insecure to help. But if we don't help each other, who will?     

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Memories, even hard memories, grew soft like peaches as they grow older.     

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Watching them, she realized they made so much sense together. Every look, every touch, was a reassurance, almost electric as if they were shocking each other with every contact.     

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