Ann Weisgarber’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Ann Weisgarber Quotes 

Love reading? Then it’s likely you will love a good quote from your favourite author. This article covers Ann Weisgarber’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes that we at Australia Unwrapped have collected from some of his greatest works. Ann Weisgarber quotes to remember and here you will find 10 of the best. A memorable quote can stay with you and can be used along your journey. Choosing Ann Weisgarber’s top 10 quotes is not easy, but here they are:

Popular Quotes

“We all have to do things we don’t like. That’s the way it is, the good with the”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

 “Her story about an Ohio storm that split open one tree and burned down a carriage house was nothing, not to me. I didn’t know where Ohio sat but I figured it didn’t have water on all sides. Galveston was my home and you won’t catch me saying one bad word against it. But I remembered from my schoolgoing days the map of the United States. It was pinned up on the wall by the chalkboard. Texas was big, like it deserved to be. It outshined every other state by a mile. But a person had to look hard to find Galveston. It was off to the side of Texas, just a sliver of land in the Gulf of Mexico.”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

“From that, a person wouldn’t know it was twenty-seven miles long and up to three miles wide in the middle. They wouldn’t know it held buildings and people. Sitting at my desk in the back row, I’d raised my hand and after a while the schoolteacher, Miss Marquart, called on me. ‘What’s keeping us from floating away?’ I said. ‘God’s will.’ ‘That’s all?’ I got a whipping for asking a disrespectful question about God, and I figured I deserved it since what I’d said came out wrong.”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

 “She put one hand up on the broad crest of his shoulder and he took the other, swallowing it up inside of his. They stood straight as could be, her looking up at him, and him looking at her. I played on but them two were stuck, that spark shooting between them. Around them, people gave each other high-eyebrow looks.”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

 “I want a woman that can give him things I can’t. I want better for him, the right way to talk, manners and suchlike. Now, me and you, we don’t much know each other anymore, but I recall this about you. You do things right.”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

 “The last note drifted away, swallowed up by the whispering surf. A kind of clumsiness came over the dancers as they broke apart, the swell of the music still in their blood but the planked floor flat under their feet.”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

“The purity of Andre’s few words had astonished me. This was why women smiled at the mention of their children’s names, I thought. Mothers carried the memories of sweet words spoken from the heart. Years”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

 “The candlelight from the lanterns that hung from nails on the support pillars made every woman pretty. The hollows and lines that came from hard work had eased into shadows.”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

“There wasn’t nothing good about funerals. The very notion was a disturbance. — The first two sentences of The Promise by Ann Weisgarber”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

“all these things had brought me to this place and to him. To change one was to change it all. Past”
― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise

10 Famous Quotes by Author Ann Weisgarber

10 quotes by Ann Weisgarber there you go! It’s never an easy task picking the best quotations from great writers, so please if you disagree or have more to add, please comment and share your opinions. My 10 greatest Ann Weisgarber quotes will likely be different from yours; however, that’s the best thing about them, each quote can mean something different to each person. So don’t wait, comment and shares your best Ann Weisgarber Quote. 

One Final Bonus – Ann Weisgarber Quote 

“the surf made a pounding sound with pauses in between, like the beat of a drum for a funeral march. Bernadette had told me about these marches. Processions, she called them. The Negroes over in Louisiana did such things. Someone beat on a drum real slow with all the mourners following behind the wagon that carried the coffin. ‘For pity’s sake,’ I’d told her. ‘A drum? That don’t hardly seem fitting, not to me it don’t.’ ‘Ah, Nan,’ she said, them dark eyes of hers all cloudy from remembering her childhood. ‘It isn’t like that. That drum reaches right here.’ Bernadette put her hand on her chest and thumped on it slow. ‘It untangles the knots and helps people cry,’ she said. Maybe”

― Ann Weisgarber, The Promise


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