I’m sorry. I didn’t know you were coming or I’d have cleaned up a little more. My life, I mean, not just the apartment.”

The Time Traveler’s Wife
Audrey Niffenegger

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About bosco2579

I'm a Southerner, a Traveler, a sports fanatic, a techie, a dreamer, a politician, a terrible speller, and impulsive. I love visiting new cities and seeing what they have to offer. I have a desk job but would much rather have a job on ESPN talking about SEC football. I heart LSU sports, purple, cupcakes, and Better Than Ezra. I wish it was still the Tom Ford era of Gucci (he is just so iconic). I love a good book it is an amazing way to escape. View all posts by bosco2579

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  • Aidan Donnelley Rowley @ Ivy League Insecurities

    I love this quote. Particularly because I am writing a story about a woman who encounters a great man when she least expects it, when her life is a bit messy and mangled. Ultimately, she realizes that everyone’s life is this way. That clutter is part of existence.

    • bosco2579

      I can’t wait to read about her! I have been trying to write a review of your last book for over a week now. Loved it! I’ve just been out of town the past week and couldn’t get to it.

      I feel we are all a little messed up and when people come into our lives we have to choose to clean it up or let them go.

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