All quotes from Story People
Whatever you do, she said, don't wait too long or you'll have to start from the very beginning & those new bodies are always kind of a crapshoot.
I've read a lot of books, so I know bunches of stuff that sounds like it could be true.
The surprising thing is that a beehive hairdo in marble is not that much heavier than the real thing.
I'm just a vessel waiting to be filled, she said as long as it mixes well with the stuff already in here
He wouldn't eat lobster the first time. He said it looked too dangerous & he couldn't be sure it wasn't watching from the astral plane or wherever lobsters went when they tired of being food items.
I can imagine it working out perfectly, I said. I can't, she said & I said no wonder you're so stressed.
I will stop complaining when I'm dead, she said, so I got out my day planner & told her I'd love to pencil that in
Getting as comfortable as possible in the moments before she has to be anxious again
This is a story that usually I write in white ink, but most people miss it & start to read too much into it & think it says something about life they couldn't figure out themselves. So, now I write only with stuff people can read & say things as clearly as I can. Like this: don't believe anyone who writes with white ink on white paper. They have too much to hide.
frustrated because it's going too fast to see but if you could see it, it wouldn't make any sense because you'd be looking too close
I know I don't go to church as often as I should, she said, but I still wear pantyhose & that should count for something.
secure in the knowledge that it's hard to ruin mashed potatoes
How do you know? she said & the answers fell like feathers, or the first snowflakes of November, Light & without words I looked in her eyes & smiled. You just know, I said.
I was going to live simply & give away all my money to the poor, she said, until I figured out then I'd be poor, so the simple thing was just to keep it. I like it when things make sense like that, she added.