Laurie Graham Quotes & Sayings

52 most famous Laurie Graham quotes and sayings (journalist). These are the first 10 quotes we have.

“As one ages, eventually, no matter what regime you've followed, no matter how fiercely you've fought the fight, good health becomes harder to maintain. It may disappear overnight or simply dwindle, but with every year that passes, the odds shorten.”
Laurie Graham Quotes
“I have but one rule at my table. You may leave your cabbage, but you'll sit still and behave until I've eaten mine.”
Laurie Graham Quotes
“I've never minded solitude. For a writer, it's a natural condition. But caring for a dementia sufferer leads to a peculiar kind of loneliness.”
Laurie Graham Quotes
“My research process doesn't vary much. I do a little reading to establish a timeline and decide how I'm going to approach the story.”
Laurie Graham Quotes
“None of us wants to be reminded that dementia is random, relentless, and frighteningly common.”
Laurie Graham Quotes
“Sorry, I don't do castles. I hate those winding turret stairs.”
Laurie Graham Quotes
“Times may have changed, but there are some things that are always with us - loneliness is one of them.”
Laurie Graham Quotes
“As well as writing novels and doing short-order journalism, I am also the full-time carer of my husband, who has Alzheimer's. Each day feels like a race that must be run.”
“Childhood doesn't have to be perfect, and children don't have to be beautiful. From a bit of grit may grow a pearl, and if pearl production doesn't materialise, the outcome will still be preferable to the shallowness of vanity.”
Laurie Graham Quotes
“I love working fictional characters into a piece of history. It plays to my strengths, which are characterization and dialogue, and assists me in my admitted weakness, plot.”

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