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Skepticism is luxury. — Patricia Gaffney

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I often think my life would be a lot easier if I were a mute. — Patricia Gaffney

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I was small enough to mind that Rudy had a good friend other than me. — Patricia Gaffney

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Imagine me maintaining anybody's equilibrium. — Patricia Gaffney

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What was it called, that symbol of the serpent eating its own tail? It probably signified infinity, endlessness, timelessness. But for me it would mean the effort to love well going on and on, round and round, always imperfect and always forgivable. The best we could ever do for each other. — Patricia Gaffney

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Fear kills. Protecting yourself backfires eventually. And living in fear of pain isn't really living at all. — Patricia Gaffney

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What the hell is this stuff?" he muttered, frowning at the oily spot on the linen cloth. "Pearlman slathered it on me this morning."
"It's macassar oil. Gentlemen use it to keep their hair neat. Nicholas used it," she added pointedly.
"Well, tomorrow he's giving it up. I smell like a rotten apple."
"You do not. And I think it looks rather nice."
He sent her an incredulous look. "I look like an otter. And everything I put my head against gets greasy."
"That's why someone invented the antimacassar," she told him, almost smiling.
"The-aha!" He laughed as he made the connection. "Of course. First they invent something stupid, then something ugly to make up for it. We live in a wondrous age, Annie. — Patricia Gaffney

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Little things. The thought of losing them makes them unbearably dear ... I only think of the sweetness. Simple things. The quarter moon, the taste of an orange. The smell of the pages of a new book. — Patricia Gaffney

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Never throw love away, never neglect it. Never assume you'll find better love somewhere else. Take it wherever you're lucky enough to find it, and always try to return it in kind. Don't take so much for granted. — Patricia Gaffney

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Bad news doesn't hurt as much, if you hear it in good company. It's like, if somebody pushes you out of a 5th floor window and you bounce off an awning, a car roof, and a pile of plastic garbage bags before you smash onto the pavement, you've got a pretty good chance of surviving. — Patricia Gaffney

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Topics ... are what people talk about when they don't know each other well. Topics ... are what men talk about. — Patricia Gaffney

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Isabel never despaired, even though I think she knew everything that was going to happen, right from the beginning. There was a Walt Whitman poem she liked, especially the part that went - 'All goes onward and outward,/Nothing collapses/And to die is different from/What anyone supposes/And Luckier.' She tried to believe that, and it gave her some comfort, I know. She was very brave. Always. She hid her anguish and sadness, although I know she felt them. Because she wasn't losing only one person she loved - as we have. She was losing all of them. — Patricia Gaffney

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And Honey, I just want you to know, even though I didn't see it coming, it makes absolutely no difference to your father or to me that you are a thespian. — Patricia Gaffney

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I was thinking in a Scottish brogue, because I'd just heard this guy interviewed on NPR, Lonnie McSomething. — Patricia Gaffney

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An informed customer is a satisfied one. — Patricia Gaffney

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I hate jealousy. At least it's its own punishment; it makes me feel like hell. — Patricia Gaffney

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Misery alternates with euphoria. — Patricia Gaffney

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I love the slow, warming sensation of my body going numb when I drink. — Patricia Gaffney

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I just tried to put myself in her place and figure out what would be the scariest thing. If I thought I might be dying. And it was being alone' ... 'To me,' she said, 'the scariest thing is oblivion. Being, and then not being. — Patricia Gaffney

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All my life I've wanted to tell people I love them. Fear usually held me back, that they wouldn't care, or they wouldn't hear, or they would take too much from me once they knew. — Patricia Gaffney

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Laughter is cathartic and cleansing, that it's good for the body and the soul, and when it's real it's better than sex. — Patricia Gaffney