"That was the only thing we could do to legalize our relationship."
"Denise and I went everywhere together."
"I will do four, five, ten, a hundred jobs for your education."
"I remember seeing you and thinking, 'Don't trust anything he says.'"
"What made you decide that you were going to be gay?"
"I didn't really have any lox slicing credentials."
"His hands were those of someone who worked since the age of six."
"I wanted to be exactly like him."
"She looked at me and she said, "Not my son.""
"Having CF is like being in a boat with a hole in it."
"I wasn't very nice..."
"The pain has actually gotten deeper for me."
"What a gun does, it talks to you."
"It is difficult to watch anyone let go of hope, but when it's your son, it's excruciating."
"That day left a scar in our life. It's not going to go away."
"After all these years, this is the first time we've sat down and actually talked about the bombing."
"I couldn't get myself to work right."
"Do you remember when I first told you that I wore women's clothes?"
"It kinda threw me for a whammy."
"I was absolutely sure that I had killed you."
"What was going through your head when you first saw me?"
"It's the kind of thing most people don't have to learn to cope with."
"You told me to keep pushing through and we got into an argument."
"I just got on that rail and turned around..."
"At the age of 18, I didn't know what I was going to be doing with my life."
"My basketball teammates were my first babysitters."
"When I first saw him, I turned him down."
"Hello, my name is Yusor Abu-Salha."
"You gave up your life to give me a life. "
"I can tell you what was in your husband's mind, because it was in mine."
"It was like Picasso, a great artist doing his work. When he was in that car, he was doing his work."
"She's the only person that treated me like I was me."
"Tell me about the day Brian died."
"Here comes this guy into my office. Drop dead gorgeous."
"How hard was it for you to find a job?"
"We love—that's how we roll."
"You can hear the shopping cart coming down the sidewalk."
"He was an important guy, but this is the thing he's known for."
"I didn't know how to ask for a friendship."
"My brother asked me if I'd like to work on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge..."
"I’ve buried over forty people in my family’s cemetery..."
"In high school when I first started wearing make-up, my family didn't notice."
"I remember going to REI and looking at tents that will hold a family of five."
"If we left, they wouldn't have nobody."
"He never really spoke too much; but his love for my grandmother was amazing."
"I feel a responsibility. I better make sure that everybody knows who these guys were, what these guys did."
"I was in a pretty dark spot at the time."
"I used to say when I put my uniform on, I was in my superwoman suit."
"I used to catch them and put them in jars."
"I wanted to apologize to the people who were inside the bank."
"My American soldier became my Iraqi brother."
"I've got pictures of you in the shop when you were in the bassinet."
"By the time we arrived, more than 20 nurses had died from Ebola."
"You told me you were so tired that you had fallen asleep at a red light."
"Here in the States, I don't even know how to talk to people..."
"I was the preacher's wife..."
"We go to cemeteries along the border..."
"I just remember him walking off into the darkness, and the darkness engulfing him. "