Tables Related Quotes



Our family room, where we live, is about togetherness and ease. Nothing in my house is too formal. There are no coasters on tables; the kids can eat Popsicles on the couch if they want to. I let them ride these little cycles we got for them when they were 3 that have rubber wheels and no pedals.

Cindy Crawford


I always assumed that everyone knew no country would ever be awarded a World Cup without pricey gifts exchanging hands under the tables.

Rabih Alameddine


A single conversation across the table with a wise man is better than ten years mere study of books.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow


“The manner in which Americans ''consume'' music has a lot to do with leaving it on their coffee tables, or using it as wallpaper for their lifestyles, like the score of a movie -it's consumed that way without any regard for how and why it's made.”

Frank Zappa


Most fourth graders can't say why Abraham Lincoln is an important historical figure? Wow. This is far more distressing than if the news had been that fourth graders were bad at reciting multiplication tables, because you can, in fact, Google that.

Susan Orlean


I like living sparsely. In the main room, there's no furniture - no tables, no chairs, no coffee table - not even a decaffeinated coffee table.

Sebastian Horsley


I was living as a young single mom. I was 19 when I was divorced, and my daughter was a year old, and I waited tables here three to four nights a week for several years while I was trying to support myself and my daughter and the day I got that acceptance at Harvard Law School was an unforgettable day.

Wendy Davis


For me, my 20s were all about reaching for the brass ring of work in theater, television, and film, surviving in between by waiting tables, painting houses, serving coffee, and temping.

Kate Walsh


You want a round table meeting, we can have a round table meeting." "I love round tables," said Magnus brightly. "They suit me so much better than square.

Cassandra Clare


Let us leave a spare place at our table: a place for those who lack the basics, who are alone.

Pope Francis