Carole Radziwill Quotes
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Carole Ann Radziwill is an American journalist, author, and reality television personality.
“Caroline had a theory about relationships. 'You're much happier when you wait," she used to tell me. 'The ones that come to you are the only ones worth anything. It's like standing on the shore and spotting something in the water. You can splash around and try to get it, ot you can wait and see if the tide brings it in.”
Rating 4.57 em 5(14 Votes)
“Afterward I tried to find something to explain what had happened—was it cloudy, were the stars out? But the night was ordinary. It usually is, I think, when your life changes. Most people aren't doing anything special when the carefully placed pieces of their life break apart.”
Rating 4.70 em 5(10 Votes)
“Writing a book is like dating. It's exciting. It's dreamy. And after four years, I just want to end it.”
Rating 4.58 em 5(12 Votes)
“Judy Pilger—and we followed them, crossing back and forth in a rowboat. But it was Frankie and Chris Nucci my sisters and I had crushes on, and mostly Frankie. Frankie had a speedboat and took his friends waterskiing up and down the creek. He sat on the top of the seat back to drive, one leg propped on the dash, coolly checking the skier behind him. He had silky hair and brown eyes and trickled a sultry cool through our world. The boys were more interested in my older sister than in me. She knew how to smoke and inhale. But I tagged along anyway wherever they went. We hiked down the falls to Tarzan's Pit and spent the afternoon jumping off the cliff into the water. Then we'd climb up to the rickety wooden trestle that hung over the tiny waterfall to drink beer and wait for the trains to come. We'd show off for one another and stand up as the trains came roaring by with their whistles screaming in our ears. We hung”
Rating 4.45 em 5(11 Votes)