The Book of Life
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There was something miraculous in the juxtaposition of a father's strength with his daughter's vulnerability.
Philip, who had already exhibited an uncanny sensitivity to his father's mercurial moods, arranged his features in a perfect imitation of Matthew's frown and waved one arm in the air as if calling for a sword so they could vanquish their enemies together.
"To every question I have ever had, or will have, you are the answer."
Diana - "Who moved the damn bad?"
Sarah - "Matthew did."
Matthew - "I did no such thing."
Sarah - "In labor we blame absolutely everything on the husband. It keeps the mother from developing homicidal fantasies and reminds the men they aren't the center of attention."
"No fangs either. And one last thing: I do not, nor have I ever, sparkled."
Chris - "Where were you?"
Diana - "In 1590."
Chris - "Did you get any research done? I suppose that would cause all kinds of citation problems. What would you put in your footnotes? 'Personal conversation with William Shakespeare'?"
Diana - "I never met Shakespeare. Matthew's friends didn't approve of him. I did meet the queen."
Chris - "Even better. Equally impossible to footnote, however."
"Ah, yes, the elusive right moment. It never comes, Diana. Sometimes we just have to throw caution to the wind and trust the people we love."
"What do you think I have been doing all this while? Crocheting blankets in case you came home with babies and weeping about your absence?"
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