Deborah Smith quotes

  • There’s something very freeing about losing the anchors that have always defined you. Frightening, sad, but exhilarating in a poignant way, as well. You’re free to float to the moon and evaporate or sink to the bottom of the deepest ocean. But you’re free to explore. Some people confuse that with drifting, I suppose. I like to think of it as growing.
    -- Deborah Smith

    #Inspirational #Ocean #Insperational

  • Wish it, believe it, and it will be so.
    -- Deborah Smith

    #Believe #Wish

  • What do you call love, then?" Someone I can't live without.
    -- Deborah Smith

  • The LORD detests lying lips, but he delights in men who are truthful. PROVERBS 12:22
    -- Deborah Smith

    #Lying #Men #Delight

  • Life doesn't take itself seriously for long. Joy leaves an imprint even in the hardest sorrow.
    -- Deborah Smith

    #Long #Joy #Sorrow

  • Happy people look young. You’re really afraid of getting older, aren’t you? You should only be afraid of getting less happy.
    -- Deborah Smith

    #People #Getting Older #Looks

  • The hardest memories are the pieces of what might have been.
    -- Deborah Smith

    #Memories #Pieces #Might

  • We are all bodies of water, guarding the mystery of our depths, but some of us have more to guard than others.
    -- Deborah Smith

    #Water #Depth #Body

  • A chorus of tough southern belles whispered, You need a loyal husband around here. Loyal to you, loyal to your family, loyal to your land. I added, Good in bed, smart, and romantic. Politically, socially, and religiously compatible. And he had to want children.
    -- Deborah Smith

    #Children #Husband #Smart

  • Flattery is a lie covered in a bed of flowery words.
    -- Deborah Smith

    #Lying #Bed #Flattery