Quotes to Live By and 4 of My Favorite Quotes from Where the Crawdads Sing

I have a very special place in my heart for quotes. I LOVE quotes. I am constantly writing them down or adding them to the self created “quotes” folder on my phone! Years ago I had entire notebooks where I would write down my favorites. I’m constantly taking pictures with my phone of quotes I see while in public. My house is decorated with inspirational sayings!

My most recent blog post received an overwhelming amount of comments on both Facebook and Instagram. Clearly people love Where the Crawdads Sing just as much as I do! What I DIDN’T mention in that post were the 4 quotes that I took pictures of with my phone while reading so I would remember them. I often will take pictures of quotes that touch my heart while I’m reading.  Anyone else do that?

**I used my extremely subpar photoshopping skills to block all other language and cropped out all page numbers…no spoilers here!**

This is just a gorgeous quote and deeper meaning into life:

Interesting perspective on how we treat others:

The power of words is spectacular:

And then there is this. Not inspirational, not motivating…but…holy hell is this fascinating (and super weird and super creepy, lol):

So now you know THAT little random tidbit.  You’re welcome 🙂

Did you read Where the Crawdads Sing? Any quotes that stuck out to you? As always, I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!

The following quote has been my absolute favorite for as long as I can remember. It was even my “senior quote” when I graduated from high school! It has truly applied to every single stage of my life and continues to do so:

“I always knew I’d look back on the times I had cried and laugh but I never knew I’d look back on the times I had laughed and cry.”

Love. It.

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Do you have a favorite quote or saying? I’d love to hear what it is in the comments below!



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7 thoughts on “Quotes to Live By and 4 of My Favorite Quotes from Where the Crawdads Sing

  1. I don’t have a quote from the book memorized, but so many moments that made me pause, including a few above (especially the one about different vs exclusion).

    As for a favorite quote otherwise, I’ve always liked “never let the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.” And yes I do know this from a Cinderella story with Chad Michael Murray and Hilary Duff…. Please don’t judge me for that! 😊

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  2. I have two:

    Never look at someone’s plate to see if they have more than you. Look at their plate to see if they have enough

    Never be afraid to shine!! Remember, the sun doesn’t give a f*** if it blinds you.

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  3. I love quotes too, they speak to you. Thinking of creating a journal with art work drawn by me. It would be something reflective of where my head and heart is in that moment! Just a project for me ! Love reading your blog,💕

    Sent from my iPhone


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