Counting by 7sBook - 2014
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blue_kangaroo_639 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 70
violet_butterfly_8881 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 12
blue_llama_238 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 15
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I think waiting a long time for something makes it more gratifying.
The correlation between expectation and delivery of desire could no doubt be quantified into some kind of mathematical formula.
Patti says that nothing is for certain.
That is the truest statement I've ever heard.
I will see only what I want to see.
It's possible that's how people get through crisis.
The world where we live is so much in our head.
I want to see this lady out the front gate and into her car and off the street and out of town and then removed from the county and then the whole state and finally relocated to the place they call Tornado Alley in Kansas.
All reality . . . is a blender where hopes and dreams are mixed with fear and despair.
No matter how hard they try, other people do not understand because I'm incapable of communication.
And that is why the deepest form of pain comes out as silence.
She is like me.
I admire that in a person. The ability to keep your mouth shut is usually a sign of intelligence.
Introspection requires you to think and analyze.
It's hard to do that when you are blabbing away.
Every person has lots of ingredients to make them into what is always a one-of-a-kind creation.
We are all imperfect genetic stews.
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Willow is adopted but after her parents death she started not to care about how she was when her parents were alive
A smart girl named Willow, who is adopted, is heartbroken after her parents die. She has no family near, so she finds new friends.