by C. J. Tudor
- because it was the day that everything stopped being normal
- There was a streak running through him that was as cold and ugly as the braces that ran around his mouth.
- Funny, the weird things you notice at the crappiest moments
- But if you had anything worth saying you’d have spoken before now
- Reality is disappointing in its banality
- “Self-inflicted pain does not merit sympathy.”
- I’d got rid of my night light years ago, but that night I kind of wished I still had it.
- Because he never got the chance to change.
- And you can’t fight crazy. Crazy always wins.
- The problem is, you can’t choose your truths.
- Being an adult is only an illusion.
- For who are we if not the sum of our experiences, the things that we gather and collect in life?
- You make a decision, and you make it for the right reason at the time.
Annotations is a series of excepts from the books I am reading this year. When I finish each book I go through the lines I have marked and share them with you.