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Miss Atlanta quotes by Sarah Mayberry
#1. A tip for you-Little Miss Innocent routine only works when there's a credible belief that innocence is possible. #Quote by Sarah Mayberry
Miss Atlanta quotes by Ada Calhoun
#2. People who don't marry miss both the pelting hardships of marriage and its warm rewards. #Quote by Ada Calhoun
Miss Atlanta quotes by Ethan Zuckerman
#3. I fear that I can no longer travel without technology. Twenty years ago, I loved getting on a bus in West Africa and taking off for a city I'd never been to before, relying on advice from out-of-date travel books and fellow passengers on the bus. Now, I end up using TripAdvisor, Yelp, and Google Maps. I probably eat and sleep better when I'm on the road, but I miss the mystery of travel when it was more random and unpredictable. #Quote by Ethan Zuckerman
Miss Atlanta quotes by Loretta Chase
#4. We have been wed scarcely three days," she said. "You do not desert your new bride for your sapskull friends. You will not make a laughingstock of me. If you are unhappy with me, you say so, and we discuss it - or quarrel, if you prefer. But you do not - "
"You do not dictate to me," he said levelly. "You do not tell me where I may and may not go - or when - or with whom. I do not explain to you and you do not question. And you do not come into my room and throw temper fits."
"Yes, I do," she said. "If you leave this house, I will shoot your horse out from under you."
"Shoot my - "
"I will not permit you to desert me," she said. "You will not take me for granted as Sherburne does his wife, and you will not make all the world laugh at me - or pity me - as they do her. If you cannot bear to miss your precious wrestling match, you can jolly well take me with you."
"Take you?" His voice climbed. "I'll bloody well take you, madam - straight to your room. And lock you in, if you can't behave yourself. #Quote by Loretta Chase
Miss Atlanta quotes by Taya Kyle
#5. He brought them a lot of joy, whether by tossing a ball around or tickling them, teaching them how to hunt or just watching TV. Angel loved to climb into his lap and cuddle. His tensions and cares would melt away as he held her.
I know there's a saying about "Daddy's little girl wrapping him around her finger." Chris and Angel didn't have that kind of relationship, exactly. She was definitely his girl--he was closer to her than probably any other female on the planet, including me. But he also held her to high standards. She couldn't get away with being bad or taking advantage of him.
She could see in his face that he was absolutely delighted by her. He "got" her humor, and he definitely got her.
One day he had to leave on an overnight trip. We said good-bye and closed the door; Angel and I went into the kitchen.
She had tears in her eyes.
"Okay, honey?" I asked.
"Yeah. I know he's coming back tomorrow," she said. "I guess I just miss him already."
I told Chris what she'd said later on that night when he called to check in. It was something cute she'd done.
"Wow," he said. "I feel like I've just been punched in the stomach."
He slid down the wall to the floor, hand to his face, devastated by his daughter's simple statement of love.
"I wasn't trying to make you feel bad," I told him. "I'm sorry."
"It's okay."
We talked a little more, then he hung up the phone. The man he was traveling with said later that he looked w #Quote by Taya Kyle
Miss Atlanta quotes by Anne Calhoun
#6. The guy snarled out a string of profanity describing his night with Conn's mother.

"Sounds about right," Conn said, but Matt didn't miss the glint in Conn's eye. "She's been dead for twenty years, but dead's probably the only way you get laid. #Quote by Anne Calhoun
Miss Atlanta quotes by Frances Hodgson Burnett
#7. There mostly is rats an' mice in attics. You gets used to the noise they makes scuttling about. I've got so I don't mind 'em s' long as they don't run over my piller."
"Ugh!" said Sara.
"You gets used to anythin' after a bit," said Becky. "You have to, miss, if you're born a scullery maid. I'd rather have rats than cockroaches."
"So would I," said Sara; "I suppose you might make friends with a rat in time, but I don't believe I should like to make friends with a cockroach. #Quote by Frances Hodgson Burnett
Miss Atlanta quotes by William Bell
#8. You don't miss your water until your well runs dry. #Quote by William Bell
Miss Atlanta quotes by Jen Turano
#9. I would love nothing more than to marry you and live with you here in New York." "You will not miss England?" "There is nothing for me there," she said. "You have stolen my heart completely, Mr. Beckett, and I believe it is now yours forever. #Quote by Jen Turano
Miss Atlanta quotes by Izaak Walton
#10. Let me tell you that every misery I miss is a new blessing. #Quote by Izaak Walton
Miss Atlanta quotes by Ali Standish
#11. Sometimes we hold on to guilt or grief because it's the last thing we have that ties us to the person we miss. We don't want to let them go, because it feels like we'll have nothing left. But it's dangerous Ethan, the never letting go because until you let go, you can't begin to remember. And if you don't cherish your memories of Kacey, than she really will be gone. #Quote by Ali Standish
Miss Atlanta quotes by Richelle Mead
#12. She's an Alchemist," continued Nathan. "Not a chauffeur. There's a big difference." Actually, there were days at Amberwood I doubted that. "Come, Miss Sage. If you've wasted your day driving my son here, the least I can do is buy you lunch."
I shot a panicked look at Adrian. It wasn't panicked because I was afraid of being with Moroi. I'd long since gotten used to these sorts of situations. What I was unsure of was if Adrian really wanted me around for his family reunion. That hadn't been part of the plan. Also, I wasn't sure that I really wanted to be around for said reunion either.
"Dad-" Adrian attempted.
"I insist," said Nathan crisply. "Pay attention and learn common courtesy." He turned and began walking away, assuming we'd follow. We did.
"Should I find a reason to leave?" I whispered to Adrian.
"Not when he uses his 'I insist' voice," came the muttered response. #Quote by Richelle Mead
Miss Atlanta quotes by Barbara Pym
#13. Perhaps there can be too much making of cups of tea, I thought, as I watched Miss Statham filling the heavy teapot. Did we really need a cup of tea? I even said as much to Miss Statham and she looked at me with a hurt, almost angry look, 'Do we need tea? she echoed. 'But Miss Lathbury ... ' She sounded puzzled and distressed and I began to realise that my question had struck at something deep and fundamental. It was the kind of question that starts a landslide in the mind. I mumbled something about making a joke and that of course one needed tea always, at every hour of the day or night. #Quote by Barbara Pym
Miss Atlanta quotes by Monica Wood
#14. It does take time. From the day I laid eyes on her, I wished Miss Louise Grady could just once look at me and see me. For years I kept that twinkling chance like a jewel in a box. That's what unrequited means. #Quote by Monica Wood
Miss Atlanta quotes by Judith St. George
#15. Abraham Lincoln wasn't much of a dancer. "Miss Todd, I should like to dance with you in the worst way," he told his future wife. Miss Todd later said to a friend, "He certainly did."

"John Quincy Adams was a first-rate swimmer. Once when he was skinny-dipping in the Potomac River, a women reporter snatched his clothes and sat on them until he gave her an interview."

"(Andrew Johnson couldn't read until he was fourteen! He didn't learn to write until after he was married!) #Quote by Judith St. George
Miss Atlanta quotes by Lou Rawls
#16. There's no ifs and buts or maybes, you're gonna miss, you're gonna miss my loving. #Quote by Lou Rawls
Miss Atlanta quotes by Richelle Mead
#17. Goodbye. Thanks for your help ... I ... I'll miss you. -Rose to Mason #Quote by Richelle Mead
Miss Atlanta quotes by Jack London
#18. Miss West is never idle. Below, in the big after-room, she does her own laundering. Nor will she let the steward touch her father's fine linen. In the main cabin she has installed a sewing-machine. All hand-stitching, and embroidering, and fancy work she does in the deck-chair beside me. She avers that she loves the sea and the atmosphere of sea-life, yet, verily, she has brought her home-things and land-things along with her
even to her pretty china for afternoon tea. #Quote by Jack London
Miss Atlanta quotes by Richie Tankersley Cusick
#19. Gage wants to know more about his neighbor, Miss Dupree the one who keeps getting undressed at night with the curtains open and the lights on.In mock horror,Parker swung in his chair. Hey! you and Ashley are Gage's neighbors! #Quote by Richie Tankersley Cusick
Miss Atlanta quotes by Nora Roberts
#20. The state calls Paul Winthrop to the stand."
... Paul answered the opening questions briefly, weighing his words, his eyes on Julia's.
"Would you tell the court the nature of your relationship with Miss Summers?"
"I'm in love with Miss Summers." The faintest of smiles touched his lips. "Completely in love with Miss Summers. #Quote by Nora Roberts
Miss Atlanta quotes by Callie Hart
#21. Why the hell would I intrigue you, for Christ's sake?"
He doesn't miss a beat. "Because you're still standing. Because, after everything you went through, you didn't fucking break."
He's so close to me now. Closer than he's ever been before. I'm unsteady on my feet, and my heart is rioting against my ribs, as though it's trying to break free from its cage and flee the scene of a crime.
"Strength is drawn to strength, Silver, and I think there's a chance that you might be the strongest person I have ever met. #Quote by Callie Hart
Miss Atlanta quotes by Eoin Colfer
#22. ..Just two short guys home for the holidays.'
Loafers bristled.
'What do you mean two short guys?'
Carla snapped the compact shut.
'Who are you talking to, McGuire? Because you couldn't be talking to me. Not in that tone.'
Loafers paled, his life flashing before him.
'I'm sorry, Miss Frazetti. It's just the short thing. I've been listening to it my whole life.'
'What do you want people to call you? Lofty? You're short, Loafers. Get over it. That's what
gives you your edge. My godfather always says there's nothing more dangerous than a short guy
with something to prove. That's why you've got a job. #Quote by Eoin Colfer
Miss Atlanta quotes by Avijeet Das
#23. She: Why do I miss you?
He: You miss the concept of 'me.'
She: What do you mean?
He: I reside in an abode where your thoughts imagine me.
She: And what about me?
He: You reside in my heart where the ventricles camouflage my longing.

~ Conversations, Avijeet Musafir Das #Quote by Avijeet Das
Miss Atlanta quotes by Iris Origo
#24. Just as, in travel, one may miss seeing the sunset because one cannot find the ticket-office or is afraid of missing the train, so in even the closest human relationships a vast amount of time and of affection is drained away in minor misunderstandings, missed opportunities, and failures in consideration or understanding. #Quote by Iris Origo
Miss Atlanta quotes by S.C. Stephens
#25. Still looking at me, Kellan lifted the microphone to his mouth. "I'd like to formally introduce you to this beautiful girl at my side, Miss Kiera Michelle Allen." He turned back to the DJs. "My wife. #Quote by S.C. Stephens
Miss Atlanta quotes by Erich Fromm
#26. It is essential ... that discipline should not be practised like a rule imposed on oneself from the outside, but that it becomes an expression of one's own will; that it is felt as pleasant, and that one slowly accustoms oneself to a kind of behaviour which one would eventually miss, if one stopped practising it. #Quote by Erich Fromm
Miss Atlanta quotes by Douglas Wilson
#27. Fortunately, given the state of criticism these days, lots of people miss - especially the feminists, who usually throw like a girl. #Quote by Douglas Wilson
Miss Atlanta quotes by Elizabeth Hunter
#28. If your right hand was lame, wouldn't your left miss its mate? You might get along without it, but you'd always be aware that something was missing. That's natural, not weak. #Quote by Elizabeth Hunter
Miss Atlanta quotes by V.E. Schwab
#29. (...)Lila, one of these days, you're going to get yourself killed."
"Would you miss me?" she asked.
"Like an itch," he shot back. #Quote by V.E. Schwab
Miss Atlanta quotes by Sherrilyn Kenyon
#30. Sadly for you, I think I'm going to live, Simi. You can stop slapping me now. I've already lost enough sense. Can't afford to lose any more brain cells. I really really need my last three before I forget how to spell my name. It's hard enough to pronounce." Nick
"well, poo. Not poo that you'll live, 'cause the Simi would probably miss you if you died, but poo that I'll miss all that good old salty boy meat. Though we needs be fatting you up some to make you really good eats. Hmmm." Simi #Quote by Sherrilyn Kenyon
Miss Atlanta quotes by Good Charlotte
#31. i will miss you more than i can show you or tall you #Quote by Good Charlotte
Miss Atlanta quotes by Nathan Filer
#32. That was sort of our family portrait. It's not the kind of thing you think you would miss. Maybe you don't even notice it at all those thousands of times, sitting between your mum and dad on the big green couch with your brother on the carpet getting in the way of the telly. Maybe you don't even notice that.
But you notice it when he isn't there anymore. You notice so many places where he isn't, and you hear so many of the things he doesn't say.
I do.
I hear them all the time. #Quote by Nathan Filer
Miss Atlanta quotes by Unkown Author
#33. Take every shot you'll ever have at love. If you miss, the miss is worth the shot. But if you don't pull the trigger, you'll never know what you missed. #Quote by Unkown Author
Miss Atlanta quotes by Georgette Heyer
#34. After all, when one approaches Middle Age ... "
"Middle Age? Has anyone ever boxed your ears Miss Thane?"
"No, never," said Miss Thane, looking blandly up at him.
"You have been undeservedly fortunate," said Sir Tristram grimly. #Quote by Georgette Heyer
Miss Atlanta quotes by Fredrik Backman
#35. You miss the strangest things when you lose someone. Little things. Smiles. The way she turned over in her sleep. Even repainting a room for her. #Quote by Fredrik Backman
Miss Atlanta quotes by Anna Kendrick
#36. I have the advantage of being pretty small, so if I'm flying myself, I'm flying coach. To save the money. I just put in my headphones, and it's no big thing. I keep my head down, wear a hoodie or a hat - but sometimes not even that. I'm small. People miss me. #Quote by Anna Kendrick
Miss Atlanta quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#37. His eyes were above hers, and she saw that the golden-hazel irises were rimmed with black. "Miss Hathaway ... you're quite certain fate had no hand in our meeting tonight?"
She couldn't seem to breathe properly. "Qu-quite certain."
His head bent low. "And in all likelihood we'll never meet again?"
"Never." He was too large, too close. Nervously Amelia tried to marshal her thoughts, but they scattered like spilled matchsticks ... and then he set fire to them as his breath touched her cheek.
"I hope you're right. God help me if I should ever have to face the consequences."
"Of what?" Her voice was faint.
"This." His hand slid to the back of her neck and his mouth covered hers. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Miss Atlanta quotes by Leo Buscaglia
#38. Why do we protect children from life? It's no wonder that we become afraid to live. We're not told what life really is. We're not told that life is joy and wonder and magic and even rapture, if you can get involved enough. We're not told that life is also pain, misery, despair, unhappiness, and tears. I don't know about you, but I don't want to miss any of it. I want to embrace life, and I want to find out what it's all about. I wouldn't want to go through life without knowing what it is to cry. #Quote by Leo Buscaglia
Miss Atlanta quotes by Tarryn Fisher
#39. I miss you. No, not just miss you, my heart aches every day because you're not there. #Quote by Tarryn Fisher
Miss Atlanta quotes by Kristen Ashley
#40. Don't be playful when I'm feeling emotional," I ordered.
To this, he strangely replied, "You get I'm a badass."
"Hard to miss, Deacon," I returned.
"Then don't tell me when to be playful. Badasses don't like that shit. #Quote by Kristen Ashley
Miss Atlanta quotes by Lena Dunham
#41. If I had known how much I would miss these sensations I might have experienced them differently, recognized their shabby glamour, respected the ticking clock that defined this entire experience. I would have put aside my resentment, dropped my defenses. I might have a basic understanding of European history or economics. More abstractly, I might feel I had truly been somewhere, open and porous and hungry to learn. Because being a student was an enviable identity and one I can only reclaim by attending community college late in life for a bookmaking class or something. #Quote by Lena Dunham
Miss Atlanta quotes by Jermaine Dupri
#42. Because I was in Atlanta, people didn't realize I'm one of the real forefathers in the game. #Quote by Jermaine Dupri
Miss Atlanta quotes by Lady Gregory
#43. I hold that the beginning of modern Irish drama was in the winter of 1898, at a school feast at Coole, when Douglas Hyde and Miss Norma Borthwick acted in Irish in a Punch and Judy show; and the delighted children went back to tell their parents what grand curses 'An Craoibhin' had put on the baby and the policeman. #Quote by Lady Gregory
Miss Atlanta quotes by Larry McMurtry
#44. A sleeping man would miss the best of the evening, and the moonrise as well. #Quote by Larry McMurtry

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