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Memories are so two-faced.
One minute they're hugging you like a long-lost friend, the next minute they're ripping you apart like your worst enemy.
Let bygones be bygones because everybody knew that forgiveness was divine.
I know from vast experience that fear talks a lot louder than courage. I need to listen to that other voice inside me, that faint one that's struggling to be heard.
Life, it is not simple like a garden, where flowers are always flowers and weeds are always weeds.
When you least expect to recall something, a memory can pop up like an uninvited guest on your doorstep.
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Lesley Kagen is an American, Milwaukee native, and national bestselling novelist. Her first book, Whistling in the Dark, 2007, which takes place in a Milwaukee neighborhood, made the New York Times Best Seller list.
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