by Cinda Williams Chima
“And it’s not just a matter of you hurting me.
I will hurt you too, even if I don’t want to, I’m not the girl you think I am.
And you will remember this conversation , and wish that you’d listened to me.”
“I had no idea that sometimes angels needed us every bit as much as we needed them.”
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“I expect she was visiting the Wishing Tree.”
“What’s the Wishing Tree?”
“The right thing and the easy thing are never the same.”
“Are we expecting visitors? The house thinks we are.”
“You’re joking! The house hasn’t added a room since the last family reunion.”
“I was watching a collection of vintage ’80s cereal commercials when I paused to wonder why cereal manufacturers no longer included toy prizes inside every box. It was a tragedy, in my opinion. Another sign that civilisation was going straight down the tubes.”