- romance tips
- DO tell a girl the extended metaphor for commercial patronage of art represented by the big logs being wealth and the small hot coals being persons of talent, as your jaw slackens and your gaze sinks into the fire, only the fire, there is heat in all things but truth inheres only in…
"My folks were the best-looking parents any child ever had. My dad was big and handsome and my mother was tall and beautiful. I used to get out of bed early in the morning sometimes, when we all lived together as a family. I’d tiptoe down to my parent’s bedroom and peer inside. I can still see them, sleeping in their bed. My father would have his arms around my mother and their heads would be together, like the sweethearts they were to one another. Their faces were so young and innocent. I dream about them still. When they were in bed together, they looked just like sleeping kids."
—larry mcmurtry and diana ossana, “pretty boy floyd”