Adriana Trigiani Quotes

On this page you can find the TOP of Adriana Trigiani's best quotes! We hope you will find some sayings from Novelist Adriana Trigiani's in our collection, which will inspire you to new achievements! There are currently 77 quotes on this page collected since 1970! Share our collection of quotes with your friends on social media so that they can find something to inspire them!
  • A good mother is irreplaceable.

    Adriana Trigiani (2012). “The Wisdom of My Grandmothers: Lessons to live by, from one generation of remarkable women to the next”, p.117, Simon and Schuster
  • The intimacy. The deepest level of love. The knowledge that someone understands you, is rooting for you, is sharing your life.

  • This should tell you everything you need to know about guys. They only go after what they know they can get. We girls, on the other hand, aim really high. We take a leap.

    Girl   Hands   Guy  
    Adriana Trigiani (2010). “Viola in Reel Life”, p.57, Simon and Schuster
  • I've learned one important lesson in my life, and I'm going to share it with you. Don't worry about bad things that haven't happened yet. It will save you a lot of anxiety.

  • Isn't this the truth of any good mother? That in all of our lives. We worry only about those we brought into this world, regardless of whether they loved us back or treated us fairly or understood our shortcomings.

    Mom   Mother   Worry  
    Adriana Trigiani (2001). “Big Cherry Holler: A Big Stone Gap Novel”, p.278, Random House
  • A handwritten letter carries a lot of risk. It's a one-sided conversation that reveals the truth of the writer. Furthermore, the writer is not there to see the reaction of the person he writes to, so there's a great unknown to the process that requires a leap of faith. The writer has to choose the right words to express his sentences, and then, once he has sealed the envelope, he has to place those thoughts in the hands of someone else, trusting that the feelings will be delivered, and that the recipient will understand the writer's intent. How childish to think that could be easy.

    "Brava, Valentine: A Novel". Book by Adriana Trigiani, March 16, 2010.
  • It's the secret to happiness, you know. Only take what you need.

    Adriana Trigiani (2012). “The Shoemaker's Wife”, p.125, Simon and Schuster
  • The Wise County Bookmobile is one of the most beautiful sights in the world to me. When I see it lumbering down the mountain road like a tank . . . I flag it down like an old friend. I've waited on this corner every Friday since I can remember. The Bookmobile is just a government truck, but to me it's a glittering royal coach delivering stories and knowledge and life itself. I even love the smell of books. People have often told me that one of their strongest childhood memories is the scent of their grandmother's house. I never knew my grandmothers, but I could always count on the Bookmobile.

    Beautiful   Wise   Friday  
    "Big Stone Gap". Book by Adriana Trigiani, January 1, 2003.
  • All the things I thought I was - simple and plain and sometime funny - are very small words. They do not begin to describe me. They do not begin to express what is inside of me. I have value, and I have worth. I cannot be replaced like old shoes or taken for granted like tap water.

    Taken   Simple   Shoes  
  • I don't use a crap camera, I don't eat junk, and I'm not going to a dance where the boys are bores

    Boys   Use   Cameras  
    Adriana Trigiani (2010). “Viola in Reel Life”, p.36, Simon and Schuster
  • Beware the things of this world that can mean everything or nothing.

    Mean   World   This World  
    Adriana Trigiani (2012). “The Shoemaker's Wife”, p.390, Simon and Schuster
  • This is where men and women are different, we can put aside petty competition for relationships - they can't. It interferes.

  • Art makes the spirit soar. And when the spirit is lifted, life follows.

    Art   Spirit   Soar  
    Adriana Trigiani (2012). “The Wisdom of My Grandmothers: Lessons to live by, from one generation of remarkable women to the next”, p.48, Simon and Schuster
  • We hang out, we help one another, we tell one another our worst fears and biggest secrets, and then just like real sisters, we listen and don't judge.

    Sister   Real   Judging  
    Adriana Trigiani (2010). “Viola in Reel Life”, p.121, Simon and Schuster
  • I look at my roommates who are so proud of me that it makes me proud.

    Looks   Proud   Roommate  
    Adriana Trigiani (2010). “Viola in Reel Life”, p.46, Simon and Schuster
  • Moments are history. If you have enough of them, they become a story.

    Adriana Trigiani (2012). “The Shoemaker's Wife”, p.314, Simon and Schuster
  • I am in total silence when I write - I don't even like the sound of the dryer going - I like the quiet.

    Writing   Silence   Sound  
  • For a woman, love is the highest dream, and if a man promises to build a ladder tall enough to reach it, she believes him, hikes up her skirt, and follows him to the stars.

    Dream   Stars   Believe  
  • But what Mom never told me is that along the way, you find sisters, and they find you. Girls are cool that way.

    Sister   Girl   Mom  
    Adriana Trigiani (2010). “Viola in Reel Life”, p.121, Simon and Schuster
  • No one worries about you like your mother, and when she is gone, the world seems unsafe, things that happen unwieldy. You cannot turn to her anymore, and it changes your life forever. There is no one on earth who knew you from the day you were born; who knew why you cried, or when you'd had enough food; who knew exactly what to say when you were hurting; and who encouraged you to grow a good heart. When that layer goes, whatever is left of your childhood goes with her.

    Mother   Hurt   Heart  
    Adriana Trigiani (2003). “Big Stone Gap: A Novel”, p.176, Ballantine Books
  • I will probably always cry myself to sleep, but knowing this, someday the tears won't be sad, or filled with regret. Maybe they will be joyful

    Regret   Sleep   Knowing  
  • Food was celebration, conversation, and nourishment. The table is where the big decisions of the family are made and all the arguing takes place.

    Food   Decision   Tables  
  • When people are filled to the brim with love, they are their most beautiful.

    Adriana Trigiani (2003). “Lucia, Lucia: A Novel”, p.117, Random House
  • I have held the following jobs: office temp, ticket seller in movie theatre, cook in restaurant, nanny, and phone installer at the Super Bowl in New Orleans.

  • And so, when I was a young writer I always worked hard on imagery, and I knew that the roots of imagery were the senses - and that if my readers could feel, taste and see what I was talking about, I would be able to tell them a story.

    Talking   Roots   Taste  
  • Motherhood changes everything.

    Interview with Margo Hammond, Ellen Heltzel, www.goodhousekeeping.com. August 1, 2005.
  • Anything you ever make that matters takes a long time. Some artists never see their work in front of an audience, so for them 15 years is a blink of an eye. I am nothing but grateful.

    Grateful   Eye   Artist  
    Source: blogs.indiewire.com
  • Everything has to be clean and orderly when I sit down to write. I have candles going, and small objects that remind me of what I am working on, or bring me into the world of the character.

  • I love rhinestones, faux jewelry.

    Jewelry   Faux  
  • If a man walks in beauty, he will create, and when he creates, he prospers.

    Men   Walks   Ifs  
    Adriana Trigiani (2012). “The Shoemaker's Wife”, p.360, Simon and Schuster
Page 1 of 3
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • We hope you have found the saying you were looking for in our collection! At the moment, we have collected 77 quotes from the Novelist Adriana Trigiani, starting from 1970! We periodically replenish our collection so that visitors of our website can always find inspirational quotes by authors from all over the world! Come back to us again!
    Adriana Trigiani quotes about: Art Books Childhood Feelings Giving Heart Joy Mom Mothers Worry Writing