“To be able to talk about things that only we as young women clergy experience is really comforting.”
“We had been talking about doing a big group meet-up somewhere and we picked Dollywood.” “It was one of the most wonderful moments of my life.”
“I saw her as who I would have been if I grew up on a farm in Apple Canyon Lake. And I think she saw me as the same thing, but reversed.”
"It was a lot more than just cavalry guys getting together. We really became true family."
“We have two relationships. We have to talk about money, and then we have the friendship.”
“You need a bowl or a whisk, and one of your baking friends will get it for you. You know those trenches in the war? It’s kind of like that.”
“It became my most meaningful piece of clothing that I owned.”
"I think we just started coming to Mr. O's room for lunch. I don't even know if we asked permission. Probably not."
“People can be really judgmental, like, ‘What’s wrong with you that you can’t make friends by yourself?’ But it’s honestly really hard to do it naturally.”
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