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Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#1. I stumbled into the living room, and Thomas handed me a bottle of whiskey. They all had some in a glass
"You told them?" I asked Trenton, my voice broken.
Trenton nodded.
I collapsed to my knees, and my brothers surrounded me, placing their hands on my head and shoulders for support. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#2. Losing Abby wasn't a story I remembered from early childhood
it was in my face, debilitating me like a sickness, robbing me of my senses and physically, excruciatingly painful. My mother's words echoed in my ear. Abby was the girl I had to fight for, and I went down fighting. None of it was ever going to be enough. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#3. Jesus, Shep. I told you ... "
"I know what you said. You have eighteen missed calls."
"All Trent?"
"One is from Panty Wearers Anonymous. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#4. Travis watched me pull hair away from my face and then walked to the door, holding it open.
'I wouldn't let anything happen to you, Pigeon. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Devon Herrera
#5. Come on Nina, you can't avoid doing things just because you're afraid you will get hurt."
"I'll fall. I always fall and I don't do it gracefully. I land hard and I usually break something. I'm a walking disaster just waiting to happen. Don't you understand?"
"I understand Nina, but this time it's different."
"Why? How could this time possibly be any different than the others?"
"It's different, because this time I'm here to catch you. #Quote by Devon Herrera
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#6. The whole feeling-out-of-my-element thing was pissing me off, and then I had Pepé Le Pew over there threatening my death. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by A. Zukowski
#7. You don't need a reason to be upset. I think you've had a breakdown, Liam." Breakdown, relapse, binge, craving. A big fucking mess. Fucking walking disaster. But Ali lets me cry myself dry while ruining his shirt. When I finally stop, he asks, "Will you go to a detox? Sasha can ask his counsellor for an emergency placement. Perhaps we can persuade them you're a danger to yourself?" Hearing those words, I chuckle through my tears. "I know I'm a danger to myself." Ali smiles. "Yeah. And to me." "What do you mean?" I have to clean some of my snot with the bottom of my T-shirt. It doesn't matter anyway since the clothes I'm wearing are dirty and probably need to be fumigated. His grin broadens. "Well, I'm dangerously close to caring too much about you." I shake my head. Ali's a big softie but I can't think about romance right now #Quote by A. Zukowski
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#8. So how you're gonna play this?" Trenton asked.
"Divide and conquer."
"Divide what?"
"His head from the rest of his body."
Trenton nodded quickly. "Good plan. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#9. Class starts in five. You
riding in the Charger?"
"Nah. I'm going to see if I can get Abby on the back of my bike again. It's the closest I can get to
the inside of her thighs. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#10. Teach that asshole some manners."
I winked at her and smiled. "Anything for you, baby. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#11. He held me tight against him until I quit struggling, and then he flicked the strap of my dress, causing it to hang off my shoulder.
'Since the word virgin came out of those beautiful lips of yours ... I have a sudden urge to help you out of that dress. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#12. I kissed her again, tenderly touching my lips to hers. "Now what?"
"Kiss the kids, and then you and I can celebrate eleven years of in-your-face-we-made-it. How about that? #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Suman Pokhrel
#13. At such moments
felt my mind wake up with the temptation of life
gathering courage for flowering beauty
even in the desert of living. #Quote by Suman Pokhrel
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#14. I was just as in love with her in our eleventh year as I was in the first. Every anniversary was a victory, a middle finger to everyone who thought we wouldn't last. Abby tamed me, marriage settled me down, and when I became a father, my entire outlook changed. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#15. In another life, I could love you. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Emily March
#16. You might not recognize it, but your trials have made you stronger. You are not a walking disaster, and you will triumph over your demons. Nothing defeats a valiant heart. #Quote by Emily March
Walking Disaster quotes by Devon Herrera
#17. Connor, you don't understand. I'll
fall. I always fall and I don't do it gracefully. I land hard
and I usually break something. I'm a walking disaster just waiting
to happen. Don't you understand?" Well hell, maybe I'm not talking
about ice skating either." -Nina Ryan, #Quote by Devon Herrera
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#18. Abby did a little happy dance before jogging down the hall to the bedroom. The corners of my mouth turned up. What other woman would be that excited to see her boyfriend trade punches? No wonder I fell in love with her. #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Jamie McGuire
#19. That situation is a broken heart just waiting to happen #Quote by Jamie McGuire
Walking Disaster quotes by Nicholas Carr
#20. The results of the most recent such study were published in Psychological Science at the end of 2008. A team of University of Michigan researchers, led by psychologist Marc Berman, recruited some three dozen people and subjected them to a rigorous, and mentally fatiguing, series of tests designed to measure the capacity of their working memory and their ability to exert top-down control over their attention. The subjects were then divided into two groups. Half of them spent about an hour walking through a secluded woodland park, and the other half spent an equal amount of time walking along busy down town streets. Both groups then took the tests a second time. Spending time in the park, the researchers found, "significantly improved" people's performance on the cognitive tests, indicating a substantial increase in attentiveness. Walking in the city, by contrast, led to no improvement in test results.
The researchers then conducted a similar experiment with another set of people. Rather than taking walks between the rounds of testing, these subjects simply looked at photographs of either calm rural scenes or busy urban ones. The results were the same. The people who looked at pictures of nature scenes were able to exert substantially stronger control over their attention, while those who looked at city scenes showed no improvement in their attentiveness. "In sum," concluded the researchers, "simple and brief interactions with nature can produce marked increases in cogniti #Quote by Nicholas Carr
Walking Disaster quotes by Joel C. Rosenberg
#21. they kept moving all night, stopping only occasionally to scoop some water from a stream or listen to see if anyone was following them or near them at all. As dawn came, Jacob was exhausted. But the two men did not stop moving. They were not running now. They were walking, but Avi set a brisk and steady pace. Jacob wanted to stop. He wanted to ask Avi if they could rest, even for a little while. But he had been told not to say a word, and Jacob knew their very lives depended on his obeying. At least the pain in his feet and in his belly from lack of food and the fatigue permeating every fiber of his being kept his mind off the fact that he would never see his parents or his sister again. #Quote by Joel C. Rosenberg
Walking Disaster quotes by Franz Liszt
#22. Broad paths are open to every endeavour, and a sympathetic recognition is assured to every one who consecrates his art to the divine services of a conviction of a consciousness. #Quote by Franz Liszt
Walking Disaster quotes by Nora Roberts
#23. Justin turned to give her one of his cool, unsmiling looks. Butterflies fluttered in her throat. She'd be very careful, Serena decided, as if she were walking through a minefield.
"What are you thinking?"
"About bombs," she answered blandly, "deadly camoflaged bombs." She gave him a quick,innocent grin. "Are we going to eat soon? I'm starving. #Quote by Nora Roberts
Walking Disaster quotes by Elise Forier Edie
#24. There's some kind of really bad stuff going around, because we keep getting these calls. Devils in the trees, monsters walking among us, crap like that. Happy holidays, right? #Quote by Elise Forier Edie
Walking Disaster quotes by Stephen Hawking
#25. For years, my early work with Roger Penrose seemed to be a disaster for science. It showed that the universe must have begun with a singularity, if Einstein's general theory of relativity is correct. That appeared to indicate that science could not predict how the universe would begin. #Quote by Stephen Hawking
Walking Disaster quotes by Lee Goff
#26. It's Saturday; a day off, or it's not; maybe it's a day off connected to countless days off. Some are secure, some not, some wonder. But there's a common thread; each of us having purpose; some living after learning it, some learning while living it, some looking. We are all connected in purpose, all of us loved equally by a race and gender-blind Christ walking with us in that purpose. #Quote by Lee Goff
Walking Disaster quotes by Kathryn Burak
#27. I'm walking past the Unitarian church that's not far from the cemetery where you can find Emily Dickinson's grave, when I realize that in this part of my life I've become a scarecrow. It's been like this since that day the police came to the house - I have holes in me, and wind blows through. Oh, I seem to be person-shaped all right, but I'm going nowhere. #Quote by Kathryn Burak
Walking Disaster quotes by Naomi Klein
#28. It's impossible to say how much the decision to use the tsunami as an opportunity for disaster capitalism contributed to the return to civil war. #Quote by Naomi Klein
Walking Disaster quotes by John Cheever
#29. I have spent considerable of my leisure time in this past year in the improvement of my mind but I find that much of it has been spent extremely foolish and that walking in the pasture at dusk with virtuous, amiable and genteel young ladies I experience none but swineish passions. I commenced to read Russell's Modern Europe sometime last summer. #Quote by John Cheever
Walking Disaster quotes by Wendy Higgins
#30. The seven of us slipped onto the porch and down the deck stairs, finding lawn chairs to sit in under a giant oak tree. Kaidan leaned back in his chair, balancing it on the back two legs.
"How about a game of Truth or Dare?" Marna offered.
I was immediately apprehensive. Just as I was about to suggest something else, Kaidan spoke and my heart faltered.
"I'll go first," he said. "I dare Kope to kiss Anna."
Everything inside me flooded with fury and embarrassment. Kaidan leaned far back with his arms crossed, cocky. I stood up without thinking and hooked my foot under his chair, swiftly kicking upward and causing him to topple backward. He looked up at me from the ground with a stunned expression that morphed into a grin.
The twins and Blake were in hysterics. Blake laughed so hard he fell sideways out of his own chair, which made Jay join in the laughter. I couldn't sit there with them anymore. This whole night was a disaster. I turned and walked through the yard, toward the side of the house. I heard Ginger talk between gasps of mirth.
"Maybe she's not so bad after all! #Quote by Wendy Higgins
Walking Disaster quotes by Justin Simien
#31. It is frustrating having to walk through America having to bob and weave people's impressions of me because they see a tall, black guy walking down the street. That is frustrating. #Quote by Justin Simien
Walking Disaster quotes by Stella Young
#32. Disability is often framed, in medical terms, as the ultimate disaster and certainly as a deficit. #Quote by Stella Young
Walking Disaster quotes by Anne Rice
#33. 85. And I? What am I? Do I live? Or am I always walking in death? Forever in love with time? #Quote by Anne Rice
Walking Disaster quotes by Clare O'Donohue
#34. I sometimes think heaven is walking out into the sunshine with the day ahead of me and no idea what would happen. I'd probably spend most of it in the library, so I guess it don't matter if the sun shines or not. #Quote by Clare O'Donohue
Walking Disaster quotes by Cody Bobay
#35. Take your everyday, ordinary life- your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking-around life-and place it before God as an offering. Embracing what God does for you is the best thing you can do for Him." (The Message) #Quote by Cody Bobay
Walking Disaster quotes by Jean Cocteau
#36. The day of my birth, my death began its walk. It is walking toward me, without hurrying. #Quote by Jean Cocteau
Walking Disaster quotes by Robert A. Heinlein
#37. To permit irresponsible authority is to sell disaster. #Quote by Robert A. Heinlein
Walking Disaster quotes by Norman Ralph Augustine
#38. If a sufficient number of management layers are superimposed on top of each other, it can be assured that disaster is not left to chance. #Quote by Norman Ralph Augustine
Walking Disaster quotes by Kevin DeYoung
#39. One of the signs that you are walking in the light is that you are honest about having walked in the darkness. #Quote by Kevin DeYoung
Walking Disaster quotes by Tony Campolo
#40. After-school tutoring programs, care for the elderly, shelters for the homeless, disaster relief work, and a variety of other services would all benefit from government funding. #Quote by Tony Campolo
Walking Disaster quotes by Sara Baume
#41. I don't want to say hello, nor do I want him to know that I've seen him and failed to say hello. #Quote by Sara Baume
Walking Disaster quotes by M T Anderson
#42. Jasper pointed out, "We've passed that statue seven times in the last hour."
"Very popular," said Bntno. "Who don't like that statue?"
"We're going in circles," said Jasper.
"Not circles," said Bntno. "Irregular polygons."
"Oh, come on!" complained Katie.
"No," said Jasper ruefully, "he's right. Maybe a trapezoid. #Quote by M T Anderson
Walking Disaster quotes by Anonymous
#43. 13 Tear your hearts, not just your clothes, and return to the Lord your God. For He is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger, rich in faithful love, and He relents from sending disaster. 14 Who knows? He may turn and relent and leave a blessing behind Him, so you can offer grain and wine to the Lord your God. #Quote by Anonymous
Walking Disaster quotes by Maria Borges
#44. The excitement that comes with walking a Victoria's Secret show is simply unique, so walking out my third show wearing my TWA was one the sexiest moments of my career so far! #Quote by Maria Borges
Walking Disaster quotes by Benjamin E. Mays
#45. It is not a disaster to be unable to capture your ideal, but it is a disaster to have no ideal to capture. #Quote by Benjamin E. Mays
Walking Disaster quotes by Henry Kissinger
#46. From all the great and indispensable achievements the Internet has brought to our era, its emphasis is on the actual more than the contingent, on the factual rather than the conceptual, on values shaped by consensus rather than by introspection. Knowledge of history and geography is not essential for whose who can evoke their data with the touch of a button. The mindset for walking lonely political paths may not be self-evident to those who seek confirmation by hundreds, sometimes thousands of friends on Facebook #Quote by Henry Kissinger
Walking Disaster quotes by Stasi Eldredge
#47. There is an emotional promiscuity we've noticed among many good young men and women. The young man understands something of the journey of the heart. He wants to talk, to "share the journey." The woman is grateful to be pursued, she opens up. They share the intimacies of their lives - their wounds, their walks with God. But he never commits. He enjoys her... then leaves. And she wonders, What did I do wrong? She failed to see his passivity. He really did not ever commit or offer assurances that he would. Like Willoughby to Marianne in Sense and Sensibility.

Be careful you do not offer too much of yourself to a man until you have good, solid evidence that he is a strong man willing to commit. Look at his track record with other women. Is there anything to be concerned about there? If so, bring it up. Also, does he have any close male friends - and what are they like as men? Can he hold down a job? Is he walking with God in a real and intimate way? Is he facing the wounds of his own life, and is he also demonstrating a desire to repent of Adam's passivity and/or violence? Is he headed somewhere with his life? A lot of questions, but your heart is a treasure, and we want you to offer it only to a man who is worthy and ready to handle it well. #Quote by Stasi Eldredge
Walking Disaster quotes by Dinaw Mengestu
#48. We would meet outside the same wine bar we had gone to on our first date, and from there we would wander through the city for five or six hours since neither one of us had a private place that we could retreat to. Walking out in the open for so long only helped to draw us closer. There was too much space on the avenues, and the side streets were often too crowded with people and cabs hurrying to cut across town. To counter that we held each other's hands and arms, ribs and waists. #Quote by Dinaw Mengestu
Walking Disaster quotes by Mata Amritanandamayi
#49. Children, we should always eat our food sitting down. Do not eat standing or walking around. #Quote by Mata Amritanandamayi
Walking Disaster quotes by W.B. Yeats
#50. The Celt, and his cromlechs, and his pillar-stones, these will not change much – indeed, it is doubtful if anybody at all changes at any time. In spite of hosts of deniers, and asserters, and wise-men, and professors, the majority still are adverse to sitting down to dine thirteen at a table, or being helped to salt, or walking under a ladder, of seeing a single magpie flirting his chequered tale. There are, of course, children of light who have set their faces against all this, although even a newspaperman, if you entice him into a cemetery at midnight, will believe in phantoms, for everyone is a visionary, if you scratch him deep enough. But the Celt, unlike any other, is a visionary without scratching. #Quote by W.B. Yeats
Walking Disaster quotes by Jim Gaffigan
#51. Pizza makes you a hero in the eyes of your kids. "Daddy got pizza!" You are higher status walking in the door with a pizza than if you were returning from a war with a Purple Heart. #Quote by Jim Gaffigan
Walking Disaster quotes by Edmund Hillary
#52. Many people have been getting too casual about climbing Everest. I forecast a disaster many times. #Quote by Edmund Hillary
Walking Disaster quotes by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
#53. The walking delegates of a higher civilization, who have nothing to divide, look upon the notion of property as a purely artificial creation of human society. According to these advanced philosophers, the time will come when no man shall be allowed to call anything his. The beneficent law which takes away an author's rights in his own books just at the period when old age is creeping upon him seems to me a handsome stride toward the longed-for millennium. #Quote by Thomas Bailey Aldrich
Walking Disaster quotes by Christa Charter
#54. Rekers's fat begins under his nipples and increases exponentially until it eases back at his thighs. It looks as if a regular fat guy had some sort of seismic shift resulting in a landslide. A manslide. Chief Rekers is a walking manslide. #Quote by Christa Charter
Walking Disaster quotes by Banana Yoshimoto
#55. I had been walking in silence for so long,I had almost forgotten what my own voice sounded like.My knees were tired;my toes were beginning to ache. #Quote by Banana Yoshimoto
Walking Disaster quotes by Gloria Furman
#56. A motley crew of racist, sin-sick, spiritual zombies is now one body under Christ. And individually they are new creations walking in humility, gentleness, and patience #Quote by Gloria Furman
Walking Disaster quotes by J.R.R. Tolkien
#57. Yet at the last Beren was slain by the Wolf that came from the gates of Angband, and he died in the arms of Tinúviel. But she chose mortality, and to die from the world, so that she might follow him; and it is sung that they met again beyond the Sundering Seas, and after a brief time walking alive once more in the green woods, together they passed, long ago, beyond the confines of this world. So it is that Lúthien Tinúviel alone of the Elf-kindred has died indeed and left the world, and they have lost her whom they most loved. #Quote by J.R.R. Tolkien
Walking Disaster quotes by Ralph Connor
#58. In one of Ralph Connor's books he tells a story of Gwen. Gwen was a wild, wilful lassie and one who had always been accustomed to having her own way. Then one day she met with a terrible accident which crippled her for life. She became very rebellious and in the murmuring state she was visited by the Sky Pilot, as the missionary among the mountaineers was termed. He told her the parable of the canyon.

"At first there were no canyons, but only the broad, open prairie. One day the Master of the Prairie, walking over his great lawns, where were only grasses, asked the Prairie, 'Where are your flowers?' and the Prairie said, 'Master I have no seeds.'

"Then he spoke to the birds, and they carried seeds of every kind of flower and strewed them far and wide, and soon the prairie bloomed with crocuses and roses and buffalo beans and the yellow crowfoot and the wild sunflowers and the red lilies all summer long. Then the Master came and was well pleased; but he missed the flowers he loved best of all, and he said to the Prairie: 'Where are the clematis and the columbine, the sweet violets and wind-flowers, and all the ferns and flowering shrubs?'

"And again he spoke to the birds, and again they carried all the seeds and scattered them far and wide. But, again, when the Master came he could not find the flowers he loved best of all, and he said: "'Where are those my sweetest flowers?' and the Prairie cried sorrowfully: "'Oh, Master, I cannot keep the f #Quote by Ralph Connor
Walking Disaster quotes by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
#59. I can only meditate when I am walking. When I stop, I cease to think; my mind works only with my legs. #Quote by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Walking Disaster quotes by Chic Murray
#60. I was out walking the other evening. This fellow accosted me, and asked if that was the moon up there in the sky. I replied that I had no idea, as I was a stranger there myself. #Quote by Chic Murray
Walking Disaster quotes by Eve
#61. I can't help who I am. I'm just doing what I feel like I should do in my heart. If I was walking around with Timbs and a hoodie on, people would see that that's not me. #Quote by Eve
Walking Disaster quotes by Moira Weigel
#62. Walking through the West Village one night, he had a eureka moment: He would make a gay bar, but for straight people. It was a brilliant idea. Soon after, he opened the first T.G.I. Friday's on the Upper East Side. #Quote by Moira Weigel

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