Dairy Queen: A Novel Quotes
"Sometime when I start thinking about how screwed up our family is, or when it's cold and I'm milking and the machines won't work and a cow steps on my foot and my ands are so cold I keep dropping things, then I remember how I felt at that moment and I feel a little better" (Chapter 2).
"Sometimes - well, all the time - I can't think of what to say because I'm so dumb and stuff, and then maybe I think of it like five days later. But I"ll remember that one. For the rest of my life I'll remember that 'no'" (Chapter 2).
"If this was a perfect world, We'd keep her forever and spend amillion dollars tryign to fix her ore legs and she'd die of old age in a rocking chair in some prety green pasture. But this isn't a perfect world. It's Wisconsin, and...