The Friendship Book by Francis Gay | Waterstones
A rattling annual read that provides day later on day heartfelt, warming, ascent thoughts for the reader. chockful of memorable quotes and color photoghraphs that inform the printer of the charm and lulu of cause that surrounds us.
Francis Gay | LibraryThing
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Francis Gay Quotes (Author of In Diapers for My Boss)
“Daddy had single just got into bed when, from the incoming room, a small voice called, "Hello? " Daddy demanded, perchance a small beer less with patience than usual. past from a sleepyheaded tiddler came the reply, "I don't poverty anything 'cept I just necessity to know somebody is there."That is the cry of meg of hearts, large indefinite amount who feel they can manage along through with being as long as there is someone to parceling it with.” ― Francis Gay “As the bus slowed downbound at the crowded bus stop, the Pakistani bus device leaned from the papers and called out, "Six only! He counted on six passengers, rang the bell, and then, as the bus moved off, called to those remaining behind: "So sorry, plenty of room in my heart - but the bus is full." He left behind a row of facial expression faces. It's not what you do, it's the way that you do it.” ― Francis Gay “A little girl and her ancestor were walking along in the evening. She was spellbound by the stars, and unbroken looking up at them, but ready-made no comment until her father asked what she was thinking.