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“From the moment it was released you'd see and hear people She doesn't want any song to overshadow 'Havana,'” Stefan Johnson recounts. That's “This song was her 'I can do this and watch me do it' moment,” he says. ILL MEET YOU IN THE MIDDLE, HOW ABOUT THAT YOU FUCK!!! .. I'm glad I don't know what song this is about, makes me think I'm making. I can't just let you go [Chorus: Maren Morris] Oh baby, why don't you just meet me in the middle? I'm losing my mind just a little. So why don't.
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From wherever I am, I'll watch out for you.
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I'll be your guardian angel, sweetheart. You can count on me to keep you safe.
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If the highlights in her past set the tone, it was the day-by-day events that now defined who she was. Julie Barenson, Chapter 1, p. I don't think there's anything you could say to me that would lead me to believe that you're doing it just to hurt me. If there's one thing I've come to know about you, it's that you're not even capable of something like that.
Why do you think I like spending time with you so much? Because you're a good guy. She'd always been the windshield type: Gotta focus on the future, not the past, because that's the only part that's still up for grabs.
Julie Barenson, Chapter 26, p. There was nothing worse. Most people lived under the illusion that they were in control of their lives, but that wasn't completely true.
Yeah, you could decide what to have for breakfast and what to wear and all those little things, but as soon as you stepped out into the world, you were pretty much at the mercy of everyone else around you, and all you could do was hope that if they were having a bad day, they wouldn't decide to take it out on you.
Jennifer Romanello, Chapter 30, p. This, I come to believe, is both the blessing and the curse of marriage. It's a blessing because there's an outlet for the everyday strains of life; it's a curse because the outlet is someone you care deeply about. Wilson Lewis, Prologue, p. And that's the most wonderful feeling in the world. How many people are ever given that chance? To have someone you love fall in love with you over and over? And in typical southern fashion, he'd given me the answer to my problem, without my ever having to ask him directly.
Wilson Lewis, Chapter 1, p. Wilson Lewis, Chapter 2, p. No longer are you simply husband and wife, you are mother and father as well, and all spontaneity vanishes immediately. Love is sustained by action, a pattern of devotion in the things we do for each other every day. Wilson Lewis, Chapter 4, p. I learned, for instance, that while wounds can be inflicted easily upon those we love, it's often much more difficult to heal them. Yet the process of healing those wounds provided the richest experience of my life, leading me to believe that while I've often overestimated what I could accomplish in a day, I had underestimated what I could do in a year.
But most of all, I learned that it's possible for two people to fall in love all over again, even when there's been a lifetime of disappointment between them. Wilson Lewis, Epilogue, p. I know this because my wife has informed me of this fact. Nicholas Sparks, Prologue, p. So instead of denying it, I've learned to take her hands, look her in the eyes, and respond with those three magic words that every woman wants to hear: It's just the typing that's hard. Either that, or maybe she is insane.
When we talk about issues and really open up to each other, things are great between us. When we keep things to ourselves, grudges and resentments build up and we end up arguing. I think people talk too much about the things that bother them, instead of actually doing the little things that keep a marriage strong. You have to know what your spouse needs from you, and then you do it.
And you avoid doing the things that harm the relationship. If your spouse acts the same way, your marriage can make it through anything. What you want and what you get are usually two entirely different things.
No one ever said that life was fair. Nicholas Sparks about his mother Jill Sparks, Chapter 8, p.
Nicholas Sparks, Chapter 9, p. You learn your capabilities and limitations, and the value of hard work and persistence. Nicholas Sparks, Chapter 11, p. You want something so desperately, you somehow get it, then just as suddenly it's over. Like running races--all that training for a couple of minutes on the track.
The secret, I've learned, is to appreciate the process. We're happily married, successful, ethical, and we remained close as siblings. If your kids can say the same thing later in life, won't you think you did a good job as a parent? He'd foster independence, showed us the value of education, and taught us to be curious about the world. Even more important, he'd helped the three of us become close as siblings, which I consider to be the greatest gift of all. I could have asked for nothing more in a father.
And really, who could? Nicholas Sparks, Chapter 15, p. The worse the incident was when it was happening, the funnier the story had become to us over the years.
Nicholas Sparks, Chapter 16, p. And I tell Miles that God gave him Ryan so that Miles could learn patience and persistence and how to overcome challeges. At the deepest level, he'd come to understand that life could end at any moment, and it was better to be happy than busy.
Micah Sparks, Chapter 17, p. Nicholas Sparks, Epilogue, p. And when that happens, your life's going to change in ways you can't imagine.
It's not like small towns have a monopoly on values. I mean, I'm sure if I did some digging, I'd find lots of kids that were in trouble here, too. Kids are kids, no matter where they live.
You find out who you are and what you want, and then you realize that people you've known forever don't see things the way you do. And so you keep the wonderful memories, but find yourself moving on. Instead she seemed to evaluate him as he was today, right now, without holding either the past or the future against him. Jeremy Marsh, Chapter 9, p. Love was, above all, about commitment and dedication and a belief that spending years with a certain person would create something greater than the sum of what the two could accomplish separately.
Only time, however, could show whether you'd been accurate in your judgment. Jeremy Marsh, Chapter 12, p. Lexie Darnell, Chapter 13, p. It wasn't glamorous, but it was, in many ways, the best that life had to offer. Wasn't that how the old saying went? Who, on their deathbed, ever said they wished they had worked harder? Or spent less time enjoying a quiet afternoon? Or spent less time with their family? Lexie Darnell, Chapter 17, p.
Front jacket flap Is love at first sight truly possible? Jeremy Marsh, Prologue, p. For the first time in what seemed like forever, he was choosing the pace of his life rather than his life choosing the pace. Being bored, he decided, was an underrated art form. Jeremy Marsh, Chapter 4, p. Or is it simply a matter of faith?
Jeremy Marsh, Chapter 7, p. You see, women are more attuned to feelings than men are, and if they're not being truthful, more often than not it's because they think the truth might hurt your feelings.
But it doesn't mean they don't love you. The one thing you've got to remember is to see the big picture. When things get tough, remind yourself why you fell in love with her in the first place. She's a special woman, and you were lucky to find her, just as she was lucky to find you.Zedd, Maren Morris, Grey - The Middle (Vertical Video)
She's got a heart of gold, and you can't fake something like that. My guess is that both of you are right and both of you are wrong. That's the way most arguments go, anyway. People are who they are and no one is perfect, but marriage is about becoming a team.
You're going to spend the rest of your life learning about each other, and every now and then, things blow up.