Nancy E. Turner Quotes.

1. "The best thing a girl can be is a good wife and mother. It is a girl's highest calling. I hope I am ready."
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2. "A nice girl should never go anywhere without a loaded gun and a big knife." ~ Sarah Agnes Prine"
- Quote by Nancy E. Turner

3. "I declare, it is like some other part of me made up some rules about happiness and I just went along with them without thinking. My heart is lightened so much that I am amazed at how sad I felt for so long."
- Quote by Nancy E. Turner

4. "Some people sense is wasted on and that's purely a fact."
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5. "One thing I know, whispered Savannah, is that if he was quiet, and you were quiet, and neither of you minded it, then you are in love."
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6. "Education doesn't keep a person from being a fool, and the lack of it doesn't keep a person from being intelligent."
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7. "Anytime we worked a quilt, it was the thing to do to set out an empty chair. It was for the missing woman. The friend who might call, just as you'd sat to quilt, and who might bring a loaf of bread, lend a hand, do a square.... There are times I miss the things I haven't done in my life. The things that Savannah is so good at doing, like taking up the empty chair."
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8. "But Jack, you're just a Captain and I'm the General. I order you not to go. He tried to smile, . . . .These orders, he whispered, come from the Commander in Chief."
- Quote by Nancy E. Turner

9. "Was he he handsome?" she asked with a sly smirk. "Very. He is still, I think." "The devil, they say, goes about in finery." "And if you believe Beelzebub is as cunning as he is attractive, then I think we have found him."
- Quote by Nancy E. Turner

10. "I am very thankful that man took one look at me showing with a baby coming along, with my hair falling down, and the broom lying at a mound of broken glass, and supper boiling over on the stove, April wearing a dirty pinafore screaming for me to hold her, and just then the baby in my arms spit up all over me, and he said, You know . . .I'd be kindly obliged if you'd let me have supper some other time."
- Quote by Nancy E. Turner

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