Quotable: A Boy of Good Breeding by Miriam Toews

Friday 18 May 2012
"And they laughed and acted casual about everything and tried not to make any promises or plans. They could never go back to where they'd been. And nothing seemed to be waiting for them down the road. So they were free. It was a sad kind of freedom but at least they knew it."

I stumbled upon this quotation on my old blog last night. I loved it so much I couldn't help but repost it here. I need to get back in the habit of jotting down favourite passages from books I love.

1 comment:

  1. Kind of like when we move from childhood and realize we are in or moving into adulthood. No going back.


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