“I think if we were all being honest with ourselves, very few of us ever meet The One. The vast majority of people just marry because they’re ready.
“I think I was angriest when my father died. The saddest and the angriest. The saddest because he was gone, and I selfishly wanted him back.
“My happiest moments were way back in childhood. Everything was magical back then. All children are in a constant state of awe and everything is fantastic to them, but then the magical feeling dissipates and reality creeps in.
"What do you feel most guilty about?" "Not finishing my novel. I’ve already built the room where I’m going to write it at my house in Sag Harbor.
"These are my Ebola gloves. I ride the subway so I’m not taking any chances."
Him: “We were reading Aesop’s Fables the other night, and she surprised me by knowing the definition of a fable.” Her: “A fable is a story that teaches a lesson!
"I tend to be much calmer than him. It takes a lot to unnerve me, but if he knocks over his cup of coffee in the morning, it’s going to change his whole day."
"We’re totally nerdy. It seems like all our jokes have some sort of calculus or advanced math references." "What’s an example?
"I’d have been a great mother, but we met too late for that. I didn’t meet him until I was 42. It was the first time either of us had been married." "How’d you meet?
“When I say stand up, he stands up. When he says stand up, I stand up. When I say sit down, he sits down.
"People call themselves animal lovers, then let their dogs chase the squirrels. You’re scaring the shit out of the squirrels, you schmuck!
"Before medical school I was really into music. I’d work really hard on some songs, and post them on YouTube, and sometimes they’d get a few thousand views.
“Sometimes I feel like I’m not ready. And that’s a bad thought to have. Because once you get that thought into your brain, it goes into your body and your whole body shuts down.” “When is a time you felt like you weren’t ready?
“I was sleeping in the living room, and in the middle of the night they kicked in the door and came running in.
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"So get this. I’m driving down Park Avenue one day and this guy waves for me, so I pull over and I ask him where he’s going.
“I remember one night we came home and all our stuff was on the curb and the door was locked. My mom started crying and took us all up the fire escape and we all huddled together and slept on the roof.”
"They’re always covering for each other. This morning I found them both sitting in the kitchen, and there was Reynolds Wrap strewn all over the place.
“Friends? Dating?” “Bros.”
"The year before the last one, we were dancing at a street party near Corona Park, and somebody took our picture and put it on the Channel Twelve!