Kate Mularkey Quotes

14 of the best book quotes from Kate Mularkey
“That was the thing about best friends. Like sisters and mothers, they could piss you off and make you cry and break your heart, but in the end, when the chips were down, they were there, making you laugh even in your darkest hours. ”
“That was what a best friend did: hold up a mirror and show you your heart.”
“Sometimes being a good friend means saying nothing.”
“One thing I can tell you for sure is this: we only regret what we don’t do in life.”
“Of course you can fall in love. You just have to let yourself. They don’t call it falling for nothing.”
“When you get . . . to the end, you see that love and family are all there is. Nothing else matters.”
“I guess no one stays friends for more than thirty years without broken hearts along the way.”
“The at-home mother’s life: it was a race with no finish line.”
“Then he left her there, standing alone, surrounded by word ghosts; things she could have said.”
“So now books were her only friends. She’d read Lord of the Rings so often she could recite whole scenes by memory. “It was not a skill that aided one in becoming popular.”
“It was true; always had been. Friendships were like marriages in that way. Routines and patterns were poured early and hardened like cement.”
“Their friendship was more important than any relationship. Guys would come and go; girlfriends were forever.”
“It’s never good to sit around and wait for someone or something to change your life.”
“That was her mistake. She’d pinned her happiness to a teenage girl’s chest. Idiot. The realization made her almost smile. She certainly knew better than that.”
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