If we've been Facebook friends for any length of time at all, you are well aware that I am a lover of quotes. I've blogged about it in the past. I go through phases in which I'll spend hours a day [literally hours] seeking and reading and finding quotes. To gain perspective or to see beautiful language or to hear someone I admire say something so totally foreign / true / unexpected / weird / beautiful / hilarious / disappointing... well, it gives me a high like I imagine drugs do for other people [read: any drug testing from birth to present would come out squeaky clean in Sarahland]. I just can't get enough quotes! The way some people are able to manipulate the language we speak every single day to say something extraordinary and profound and...... I digress. 

As you can see, I could do this all day. Is there a program for this? For people who are addicted to words? If so, I want nothing of it. 

Words are my world. If the words are false, then so is my world. 

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  1. I love this post. Mostly because I feel the exact same way!

  2. You have a pretty amazing way with words, my friend. I would quote you. ;)