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"We'll see the whole ding-dong country" Chapter 2, pg. 4

"You're too good, John. All you Hiddles are too good. I'll never be so good. I'll never be able to think of all the things…" Chapter 6, pg. 34

"We'll fill the house up with children! We'll fill it right up to the brim!" Chapter 9, pg. 50

"Don't judge a man until you've walked two moons in his moccasins." Chapter 9, pg. 51

"Being a mother is like trying to hold a wolf by the ears. If you have three or four-or more-chickabiddies you're dancing on a hot griddle all the time. You don't have time to think about anything else. And if you've only got one or two, it's almost harder. You have room left over-empty spaces that you think you've got to fill up." Chapter 10, pg. 53

"Everyone has his own agenda." Chapter 11, pg. 60

"Everybody is just walking along concerned with his own problems, his...

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