I’ve missed two days of QuoteCards (boohoo, I hear you say), so here’s a Tuesday quote for you, this time from Tinkerbell, in J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan…

‘You know that place between sleep and awake, that place where you still remember dreaming? That’s where I’ll always love you. That’s where I’ll be waiting.’

— J. M. Barrie
I’d love to see what your favourite quote is – just let me know what it is in Ask Me Anything!

The last design didn’t sit comfortably with me, so, an updated version.

Here’s Saturday’s quote, one which needs no explanation, sadly. More at rycariad.co.uk, and as ever, I’d love to hear your own favourite quotes too.

‘We who have seen war, will never stop seeing it. In the silence of the night, we will always hear the screams.’
— Randall Wallace

Here’s Saturday’s quote, one which needs no explanation, sadly. More at rycariad.co.uk, and as ever, I’d love to hear your own favourite quotes too.

‘We who have seen war, will never stop seeing it. In the silence of the night, we will always hear the screams.’
— Randall Wallace

BONUS QUOTE!
‘A personality disorder is just clinical term for bent and twisted.’
— Candice Delong

I guess you’re all getting pretty bored by my Quote Cards (QCs) already, so anyway, here’s today’s bonus quote, as promised, this time by an FBI Criminal Profiler. This stems from my recent addiction to American real crime programmes on the Investigation Discovery channel!

New quotes everyday! Send your favourite quotes to ‘Ask Me Anything’ or just drop me an email at rycariad@gmail.com. I’d love to hear from you! 🙂

A bank holiday Monday quote for you. Go make your own kind of music! Plenty more on the blog (rycariad.co.uk) and if you have a quote you love, I’d love to hear it 🙂

‘Music expresses that which cannot be put into words, and that which cannot remain silent.’
— Victor Hugo

Here’s a Sunday quote for you. Plenty more on the blog (rycariad.co.uk) and if you have a quote you love, I’d love to hear it 🙂

‘To love another person is to see the face of God.’
— Victor Hugo (Les Misèrables)

The full line is “and remember the truth that was once spoken – to love another person is to see the face of God” which I believe Herbert Kretzmer wrote in 1985 for the stage and subsequent film adaptation of Victor Hugo’s seminal Les Misérables, published in 1862.