Smitten Kitten

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Wasn’t that the point of life? To find someone to share it with?
And if you got that part right, how far wrong could you go? If you were standing next to the person you loved more than everything else, wasn’t everything else just scenery?

Landline, Rainbow Rowell

How’d you know he was the one?”
“I didn’t know. I don’t think either of us knew.”
Heather rolled her eyes. “Neal knew—he proposed to you.”
“It’s not like that,” Georgie said. “You’ll see. It’s more like you meet someone, and you fall in love, and you hope that that person is the one—and then at some point, you have to put down your chips. You just have to make a commitment and hope that you’re right.

Landline, Rainbow Rowell

You shouldn’t have to make anybody like you, Georgie. You should want to be with somebody who can’t help but like you.”
“Nothing good is easy.”
“Not true,” Ludy said. “Sleep. TV. Jell-O Instant Pudding.”
“I don’t want to go out with Jell-O Instant Pudding,” Georgie said.
“I would marry Jell-O Instant Pudding.

Landline, Rainbow Rowell