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Patti Davis Quotes

Patti Davis Quotes & Quotations
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  • 1
    After September 11, I got to understand a little bit of his deep love for this country. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 2
    America had taken my father from me. And over most of the years of his illness, I gradually started feeling this support system from this country who-people grieving along with us. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 3
    And as far as false hope, there is no such thing. There is only hope or the absence of hope-nothing else. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 4
    Christopher Reeve understood that... everything begins with hope. His vision of walking again, his belief that he would be able to in his lifetime, towered over his broken body. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 5
    I did what most writers do when something happens that's overwhelming, fascinating, moving, all of that. I didn't know what else to do about it except write about it. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 6
    I felt that the best I could do for my father, and the best I could do for myself, and my mother and my family was to stay open to the experience, and learn whatever I could at every step of the way as it was going on. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 7
    I had this odd sibling rivalry with America. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 8
    I heard his stories about ice skating as a kid along this river, that went on for miles, and miles and miles, and in winter when the river had frozen. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 9
    I needed him as a citizen of this country and that we as a country needed him. Because he would have known what to say to bring us some comfort. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 10
    I speak for many others when I say that none of us believe a cure is just around the corner. We believe it's around a very wide bend. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 11
    My father started growing very quiet as Alzheimer's started claiming more of him. The early stages of Alzheimer's are the hardest because that person is aware that they're losing awareness. And I think that that's why my father started growing more and more quiet. Patti-DavisPatti Davis
  • 12
    The memories stayed with him for so long, and stayed vivid. And it didn't matter to me that he'd already repeated that before. I could hear it forever. Patti-DavisPatti Davis