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Where Rainbows End- Cecelia Ahern

  • I am happy you’re happy, really I am, but I feel like I’ve been left behind. Maybe our time has come and gone. Maybe your time is now meant to be spent with her. And if that’s the case, I won’t bother sending you this letter. And if I’m not sending this then what am I doing still writing it? Ok I’m going now and I’m ripping these muddled thoughts up.
  • I hope that once the summer is over, we’ll see each other every day. We’ll be sick of the sight of each other then!
  • My best friend is gone. It was silly of me to rely so much on one person. It’s all coming back on the now.
  • It was good to see you again. Please don’t be a stranger…
  • Life is funny, isn’t it? Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, just when you finally begin to plan something, get excited about it and feel like you know what direction you’re heading in the paths change, the signs change, the wind blows the other way, north suddenly south and east is west and you’re last. It’s so easy to lose your way, to lose direction.
  • There aren’t many sure things in life, but one thing I do know is that you have to deal with the consequences of your action. You have to follow through on some things. I always had a choice I always took the easy way out.
  • I need to pick myself up and stop feeling sorry for myself. Life is so hard- so what? It’s hard for everyone, isn’t it? Anyone who says it’s easy is a liar.
  • Once again, you’ve put my life into perspective.
  • I think life likes to do the every now and then. It does a dip and when you feel like you can’t take anymore, it smooths out again.