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Giarratana Weather quotes by Criss Jami
#1. The most pleasant weather of all is that most difficult to even notice. #Quote by Criss Jami
Giarratana Weather quotes by Rusty Schweickart
#2. All of us know today the value of communications satellites, weather satellites, resources satellites, etc. #Quote by Rusty Schweickart
Giarratana Weather quotes by DJ Khaled
#3. Those that weather the storm are the great ones. #Quote by DJ Khaled
Giarratana Weather quotes by Frank Skinner
#4. You can spend your whole life trying to be popular, but at the end of the day, the size of the crowd at your funeral will be largely dictated by the weather. #Quote by Frank Skinner
Giarratana Weather quotes by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
#5. It was now the stormy equinoctial weather that sounds the wild dirge of autumn, and marches the winter in. I love, and always did, that grand undefinable music, threatening and bewailing, with its strange soul of liberty and desolation. #Quote by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
Giarratana Weather quotes by Gilbert K. Chesterton
#6. I am myself so exceedingly Nordic, as far as physical constitution is concerned, that I can enjoy almost any weather except what is called glorious weather. At the end of a few days, I am left wondering how the men of the Mediterranean ever managed to do almost all the most active and astonishing things that have been done. #Quote by Gilbert K. Chesterton
Giarratana Weather quotes by Anjelica Huston
#7. It was great to work in Ireland because it's such a beautiful country, but it's not particularly easy to film in because the weather changes all the time. #Quote by Anjelica Huston
Giarratana Weather quotes by Danielle Steel
#8. I like summer. I like warmer weather and long days. I'm one of those silly people who still enjoy lying in the sun - my children are horrified! #Quote by Danielle Steel
Giarratana Weather quotes by Ree Drummond
#9. What does one wear to a ranch early in the morning? I wondered. I was stumped. I had enough good sense, thank God, to know my spiked black boots--the same boots I'd worn on basically every date with Marlboro Man thus far--were out of the question. I wouldn't want them to get dirty, and besides that, people might look at me funny. I had a good selection of jeans, yes, but would I go for the dark, straight-leg Anne Kleins? Or the faded, boot-cut Gaps with contrast stitching? And what on earth would I wear on top? This could get dicey. I had a couple of nice, wholesome sweater sets, but the weather was turning warmer and the style didn't exactly scream "ranch" to me. Then there was the long, flax-colored linen tunic from Banana Republic--one I loved to pair with a chunky turquoise necklace and sandals. But that was more Texas Evening Barbecue than Oklahoma Early-Morning Cattle Gathering. Then there were the myriad wild prints with sparkles and stones and other obnoxious adornments. But the last thing I wanted to do was spook the cattle and cause a stampede. I'd seen it happen in City Slickers when Billy Crystal fired up his cordless coffee grinder, and the results weren't the least bit pretty.
I considered cancelling. I had absolutely nothing to wear. Every pair of shoes I owned was black, except for a bright yellow pair of pumps I'd bought on a whim in Westwood one California day. Those wouldn't exactly work, either. And I didn't own a single shirt that wouldn't loudly bro #Quote by Ree Drummond
Giarratana Weather quotes by Dwight D. Eisenhower
#10. You realise Group Captain that this might be the most important weather forecast in history? #Quote by Dwight D. Eisenhower
Giarratana Weather quotes by Catherynne M Valente
#11. Begging your pardon,' groused the Yeti, 'but I believe you haven't the first idea of what's happened to me or the weather in Fairyland or the least fact about the least thing in the known universe. Just my opinion, of course. #Quote by Catherynne M Valente
Giarratana Weather quotes by F. Sionil Jose
#12. Sometimes you look at yourself in the mirror, any mirror, and you wonder why that nose looks as it does, or those eyes--what is behind them, what depths can they reach. Your flesh, your skin, your lips--you know that that face which you behold is not yours alone but is already something which belongs to those who love it, to your family and all those who esteem you. But a person is more than a face or a bundle of nerves and a spigot of blood; a person is more than talking and feeling and being sensitive to the changes in the weather, to the opinions of people. A person is part of a clan, a race. And knowing this, you wonder where you came from and who preceded you; you wonder if you are strong, as you know those who lived before you were strong, and then you realize that there is a durable thread which ties you to a past you did not create but which created you. Then you know that you have to be sure about who you are and if you are not sure or if you do not know, you have to go back, trace those who hold the secret to your past. The search may not be fruitful; from this moment of awareness, there is nothing more frustrating than the belief that you have been meaningless. A man who knows himself can live with his imperfections; he knows instinctively that he is part of a wave that started from great, unnavigable expanses. #Quote by F. Sionil Jose
Giarratana Weather quotes by Helen Humphreys
#13. There are many different stories to tell. It's never the same. Every day weather blows in and out, alters the surface. Sometimes it is stripped down to a single essential truth, the thing that is always believed, no matter what. The seeds from which the garden has grown. #Quote by Helen Humphreys
Giarratana Weather quotes by ZOEgirl
#14. Yeah – Sure I remember
Matter of fact it was just last September
She still calls it the fall to remember
Little Heather when it all came together
You remember the first time you met her?
She cried when it rained and blamed the weather
But inside she strained with suicide letters
The kind of cold you couldn't warm with a sweater
Hardly lasted past December
She said she was headed down to defeat
That's the last you'd seen and never had dreamed
That the same little Heather – It's who you saw last week
In an instant you couldn't have missed her gleam
As she listened she looked like a distant queen
With a difference, there for all to see
She found a different – A different kind of free #Quote by ZOEgirl
Giarratana Weather quotes by Suzanne Collins
#15. Then there's Peeta just a few yards away. He looks so clean and healthy and beautiful, I can hardly recognize him. But his smile is the same weather in mud or in the Capital and when I see it, I take about three steps and fling myself into his arms. #Quote by Suzanne Collins
Giarratana Weather quotes by Charles Simic
#16. The truth is dark under your eyelids.
What are you going to do about it?
The birds are silent; there's no one to ask.
All day long you'll squint at the gray sky.
When the wind blows you'll shiver like straw.

A meek little lamb you grew your wool
Till they came after you with huge shears.
Flies hovered over open mouth,
Then they, too, flew off like the leaves,
The bare branches reached after them in vain.

Winter coming. Like the last heroic soldier
Of a defeated army, you'll stay at your post,
Head bared to the first snow flake.
Till a neighbor comes to yell at you,
You're crazier than the weather, Charlie. #Quote by Charles Simic
Giarratana Weather quotes by Johann Lamont
#17. My granny would come out and stay with us in the winter, and we would listen to the reports from the coastal stations and have a discussion in the middle of Glasgow about what the weather was like in Tiree. #Quote by Johann Lamont
Giarratana Weather quotes by Alan Bennett
#18. The nearest my parents came to alcohol was at Holy Communion and they utterly overestimated its effects. However bad the weather, Dad never drove to church because Mam thought the sacrament might make him incapable on the return journey. #Quote by Alan Bennett
Giarratana Weather quotes by Richard Powers
#19. As certain as weather coming from the west, the things people know for sure will change. There is no knowing for a fact. The only dependable things are humility and looking. #Quote by Richard Powers
Giarratana Weather quotes by Naomi Klein
#20. During good times, it's easy to deride "big government" and talk about the inevitability of cutbacks. But during disasters, most everyone loses their free market religion and wants to know that their government has their backs. And if there is one thing we can be sure of, it's that extreme weather events like Superstorm Sandy, Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, and the British floods - disasters that, combined, pummeled coastlines beyond recognition, ravaged millions of homes, and killed many thousands - are going to keep coming. #Quote by Naomi Klein
Giarratana Weather quotes by Ed Catmull
#21. Our mental models aren't reality. They are tools, like the models weather forecasters use to predict the weather. But, as we know all too well, sometimes the forecast says rain and, boom, the sun comes out. The tool is not reality. The key is knowing the difference. #Quote by Ed Catmull
Giarratana Weather quotes by Nathan Filer
#22. There is weather and there is climate.
If it rains outside, or if you stab a classmate's shoulder with a compass needle, over and over, until his white cotton school shirt looks like blotting paper; that is weather.
But if you live in a place where is is often likely to rain, or your perception falters and dislocates so that you retreat, suspicious and afraid of those closest to you, that is climate. #Quote by Nathan Filer
Giarratana Weather quotes by Abigail Roux
#23. I'm from Louisiana, man, I ain't built for this weather," Digger told them.
"It's not weather! It's a freezer!" Liam shouted. #Quote by Abigail Roux
Giarratana Weather quotes by Ursula K. Le Guin
#24. The weather bureau will tell you what next Tuesday will be like, and the Rand Corporation will tell you what the twenty-first century will be like. I don't recommend that you turn to the writers of fiction for such information. It's none of their business. #Quote by Ursula K. Le Guin
Giarratana Weather quotes by W.B. Yeats
#25. Is this my dream, or the truth?
O would that we had met
When I had my burning youth;
But I grow old among dreams,
A weather-worn, marble triton
Among the streams. #Quote by W.B. Yeats
Giarratana Weather quotes by Bob Cox
#26. About 4000 men, women and teenagers regularly venture out to play a game in -20 weather and stinging prairie winds. Bundled in sweaters and snow suits, balaclavas on their heads and suction cupped shoes on their feet. They slip and slide across the outdoor hockey rinks chasing a soft rubber puck in the Sponge Hockey Capital of the World. #Quote by Bob Cox
Giarratana Weather quotes by Elizabeth Gilbert
#27. People tend to think that happiness is a stroke of luck, something that will descend like fine weather if you're fortunate. But happiness is the result of personal effort. You fight for it, strive for it, insist upon it, and sometimes even travel around the world looking for it. You have to participate relentlessly. #Quote by Elizabeth Gilbert
Giarratana Weather quotes by A.S. Byatt
#28. She remembered the tale she had told to herself of the young woman carrying the packet containing the deaths of Pete and Petey, the young woman walking endlessly in grim weather across the moors, with the unopened packet. There was no room in that packet, for this.

She thought of the forest of coeval boys, all eternally present, crowding her room, and the old Olive thought idly, this is a story, there is a story in this.

And then she saw that there was not. There would be no more stories, she thought, dramatically, uncertain whether this too was a story, or a full stop. #Quote by A.S. Byatt
Giarratana Weather quotes by Gail Carriger
#29. Oh, Sophronia, thank goodness. Save me? Please? All those young girls, in pastels, talking about the weather. I shall go jump off a bridge, I swear I shall. Do you have bridges in Wiltshire? They chatter, they chatter worse than Dimity ever did. Oh, the chattering! The chattering, it haunts me. #Quote by Gail Carriger
Giarratana Weather quotes by Emmitt Smith
#30. I don't have to get up in the morning and go beat up my body like I used to. I don't have to be out there in August in 108 degree weather down in Texas. #Quote by Emmitt Smith
Giarratana Weather quotes by Ryu Murakami
#31. In heated rooms, he often felt the outlines of his body, the border between him and the external world, grow disturbingly fuzzy. #Quote by Ryu Murakami
Giarratana Weather quotes by Alice Hoffman
#32. A halo around the moon is always a sign of disruption, either a change in the weather, a fever to come, or a streak of bad fortune that won't go away. But when it's a double ring, all tangled and snarled, like an agitated rainbow or a love affair gone wrong, anything can happen. #Quote by Alice Hoffman
Giarratana Weather quotes by Amanda Sledz
#33. Hurricane Katrina arrived without a confirmed weather category, or a name that adequately addressed anger summoned from a thousand leagues down. When the levees broke in New Orleans images escaped television screens to tattoo every skin with the shameful reality that America's towers fell twice. There was no phoenix. Only mosquitoes escaped the ashes, promising to puncture any still unbloodied with the needle kiss of plague.
Then, a great swarm of dragonflies, sent by some other to even the odds. They feasted on the thin-limbed vampires, devoured body and virus, and then hovered around the floating bloated bodies of forgotten grandmothers, armored escorts of the dead. Their wings hummed swamp sonnets while their mouths swallowed maggots, thwarting attempts to hurry death beyond spring sunsets and autumn graves. They kept up their holy procession until New Orleans rebirthed jazz and cut the bodies loose and let saints march in all over again.
As I steer my bike through one puddle after the other, making the street music urban rainforest dwellers know, I ask the splash to summon the dragonfly. Call her from the swamp into my throat to name the lump that will never loose me. Be my escort, gobble the flies ever entering me before their children become my whole. #Quote by Amanda Sledz
Giarratana Weather quotes by May Sarton
#34. We saw the strong trees struggle and their plumes do down, The poplar bend and whip back till it split to fall, The elm tear up at the root and topple like a crown, The pine crack at the base - we had to watch them all. The ash, the lovely cedar. We had to watch them fall. They went so softly under the loud flails of air, Before that fury they went down like feathers, With all the hundred springs that flowered in their hair, and all the years, endured in all the weathers - To fall as if they were nothing, as if they were feathers. #Quote by May Sarton
Giarratana Weather quotes by James Tiptree Jr.
#35. Well, then. Whatever trauma you went through, these things don't last forever. You can't hate all men."

The smile is back. "Oh, there wasn't any trauma, Don, and I don't hate men. That would be as silly as - as hating the weather." She glances wryly at the blowing rain.

- 'The Women Men Don't See #Quote by James Tiptree Jr.
Giarratana Weather quotes by Joyce Carol Oates
#36. If my favorite, most comfortable place is by our fireplace in cold weather, expedient places are on an airplane, in a waiting room or even waiting in line; frequently these days, while on the phone having been 'put on hold.' #Quote by Joyce Carol Oates
Giarratana Weather quotes by Russ Carnahan
#37. As winter weather settles in around the country, millions of American families are facing skyrocketing home heating prices with even greater impact if cold temperatures persist into the spring. #Quote by Russ Carnahan
Giarratana Weather quotes by Ellen Argo
#38. Loneliness is an empty space, a hole that cannot be filled. Loneliness is the weather side of the quarterdeck and a vacant captain's cabin. It's the sea when I can't look at it through your eyes. It's the wind when I can't hear it with your ears. It's salt when I can't taste it on your lips. #Quote by Ellen Argo
Giarratana Weather quotes by Doug Rice
#39. Summer in Pittsburgh had a way of hating you, had a way of beating you down, getting into your bones and thoughts. Only the strongest survived the humidity of Pittsburgh summers, until winter came on and brought with it a test of a different sort, to see who was strong enough to make it to summer. All weather in Pittsburgh had an attitude, forced you to submit to it. Dared you to survive. #Quote by Doug Rice
Giarratana Weather quotes by Julia Cameron
#40. Left to it's own devices, writing is like weather. It has a drama, a form, a force to it that shapes the day. Just as good rain clears the air, a good writing day clears the psyche. There is something very right about simply letting yourself write. And the way to do that is to begin, to begin where you are. #Quote by Julia Cameron
Giarratana Weather quotes by Donald E. Westlake
#41. Two solid weeks of beautiful weather. Clear sunny days, low humidity, temperature in the seventies, air so brisk and clean you could read E PLURIBUS UNUM on a dime across the street. Clear cloudless nights, temperature in the fifties, the sky a great soft raven's breast, an immense bowl of octopus ink salted with a million hard white crystalline stars and garnished with a huge moon pulsing with white light. It was disgusting. #Quote by Donald E. Westlake
Giarratana Weather quotes by John Keats
#42. Give me books, fruit, French wine and fine weather and a little music out of doors, played by someone I do not know. #Quote by John Keats
Giarratana Weather quotes by Anonymous
#43. The weather outside certainly was frightful on Jan. 23, 1940, when 8.3 inches fell on the city, the most in Atlanta history, according to the National Weather Service. #Quote by Anonymous
Giarratana Weather quotes by Mehmet Murat Ildan
#44. When a foggy mind enters the fog, it doesn't understand that it enters the fog! #Quote by Mehmet Murat Ildan
Giarratana Weather quotes by Tim Wirth
#45. We called the Weather Bureau and found out what historically was the hottest day of the summer ... So we scheduled the hearing that day, and bingo, it was the hottest day of record in Washington, or close to it ... we went in the night before and opened all the windows ... so that the air conditioning wasn't working inside the room. #Quote by Tim Wirth
Giarratana Weather quotes by Max Lerner
#46. We all run on two clocks. One is the outside clock, which ticks away our decades and brings us ceaselessly to the dry season. The other is the inside clock, where you are your own timekeeper and determine your own chronology, your own internal weather and your own rate of living. Sometimes the inner clock runs itself out long before the outer one, and you see a dead man going through the motions of living. #Quote by Max Lerner
Giarratana Weather quotes by Donald Barthelme
#47. I wanted to say a certain thing to a certain man, a certain true thing that had crept into my head. I opened my head, at the place provided, and proceeded to pronounce the true thing that lay languishing there - that is, proceeded to propel that trueness, that felicitous trularity, from its place inside my head out into world life. The certain man stood waiting to receive it. His face reflected an eager accepting-ness. Everything was right. I propelled, using my mind, my mouth, all my muscles. I propelled. I propelled and propelled. I felt trularity inside my head moving slowly through the passage provided (stained like the caves of Lascaux with garlic, antihistamines, Berloiz, a history, a history) toward its debut on the world stage. Past my teeth, with their little brown sweaters knitted of gin and cigar smoke, toward its leap to critical scrutiny. Past my lips, with their tendency to flake away in cold weather - #Quote by Donald Barthelme
Giarratana Weather quotes by Maryrose Wood
#48. According to his diary he worked hard and without scruple to discover what he could on his own. Of course, in principle I have no objection to using human subjects, as long as they are already dead," she adds. "Have you heard of the anatomy theatre? It is where the medical school's dissections are performed. They use bears, monkeys, dogs, and human corpses too, when the weather is cool enough. The students have been known to kidnap a body the night before its dissection, dress it up, and take it for a gondola ride down the canal. #Quote by Maryrose Wood

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