Barbara Holland Quotes

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Barbara Holland Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Barbara Holland quotes: Gloom we have always with us, a rank and sturdy weed, but joy requires tending. Gloom we have always with us, a rank and sturdy weed, but joy requires tending.
Barbara Holland quotes: There is no 'cat language.' Painful as it is for us to admit, they don't need one! There is no 'cat language.' Painful as it is for us to admit, they don't need one!
Barbara Holland quotes: New York was where we wanted to live when we were finally grown up, and drink martinis and stay out past bedtime ... New York was where we wanted to live when we were finally grown up, and drink martinis and stay out past bedtime ...
Barbara Holland quotes: Exercise, to qualify at all, must be lonely, painfu, humorless, and boring. Exercise, to qualify at all, must be lonely, painfu, humorless, and boring.
Barbara Holland quotes: Perhaps it's a good time to reconsider pleasure at its roots. Changing out of wet shoes and socks, for instance. Perhaps it's a good time to reconsider pleasure at its roots. Changing out of wet shoes and socks, for instance.
Barbara Holland quotes: A woman may be called a wife and mother for most of her life, while a man is called a husband and father only at his funeral. A woman may be called a wife and mother for most of her life, while a man is called a husband and father only at his funeral.
Barbara Holland quotes: By and large, people who enjoy teaching animals to roll over will find themselves happier with a dog. By and large, people who enjoy teaching animals to roll over will find themselves happier with a dog.
Barbara Holland quotes: Our Revolution was born and raised in taverns. Our Revolution was born and raised in taverns.
Barbara Holland quotes: No doubt about it, solitude is improved by being voluntary. No doubt about it, solitude is improved by being voluntary.
Barbara Holland quotes: The only people who still read poetry are poets, and they mostly read their own. The only people who still read poetry are poets, and they mostly read their own.
Barbara Holland quotes: A catless writer is almost inconceivable. A catless writer is almost inconceivable.
Barbara Holland quotes: Very few people have no opinions about cats. Very few people have no opinions about cats.
Barbara Holland quotes: In the taverns all was amiable and easy, but the coffeehouses were cauldrons of edgy malcontents. In the taverns all was amiable and easy, but the coffeehouses were cauldrons of edgy malcontents.
Barbara Holland quotes: The trouble with American History is that you don't remember it, and why should you? Nobody does. The trouble with American History is that you don't remember it, and why should you? Nobody does.
Barbara Holland quotes: Success in war was the only success that counted; failure was a disgrace to be wiped out only by starting another war and winning it. Success in war was the only success that counted; failure was a disgrace to be wiped out only by starting another war and winning it.
Barbara Holland quotes: True ownership of anything requires time ... True ownership of anything requires time ...