Catherine Lowell Quotes

Top 14 wise famous quotes and sayings by Catherine Lowell

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Catherine Lowell quotes: Never underestimate the sacrifices you will make for love . . . Never underestimate the sacrifices you will make for love . . .
Catherine Lowell quotes: You'd be amazed to discover all the tangible things that can come out of dreams." "Like drool? You'd be amazed to discover all the tangible things that can come out of dreams." "Like drool?
Catherine Lowell quotes: Isn't there some truth in all fiction?" "There's some fiction in all truth too. Isn't there some truth in all fiction?" "There's some fiction in all truth too.
Catherine Lowell quotes: Focused men are painfully attractive. Focused men are painfully attractive.
Catherine Lowell quotes: The fiction feels more real than the reality. The fiction feels more real than the reality.
Catherine Lowell quotes: When you are older, you will realize that the things you feel to be true don't require verbal confirmation. When you are older, you will realize that the things you feel to be true don't require verbal confirmation.
Catherine Lowell quotes: Wuthering Heights, considered the most romantic book ever written by those who had never read it carefully. Wuthering Heights, considered the most romantic book ever written by those who had never read it carefully.
Catherine Lowell quotes: Nothing, I learned, brings you into the present quite like holding hands. The past seemed irrelevant; the future, unnecessary. Nothing, I learned, brings you into the present quite like holding hands. The past seemed irrelevant; the future, unnecessary.