Jennifer: One of those frozen, hectic instants that you just know has a whole happy life attached.
Consuelo: I do know. I've seen many of those moments and I think: "Oooh, happy life attached."
Jennifer: “I felt no shame whatsoever in these activities, because I understood what almost no one else seemed to grasp: that there was only an infinitesimal difference, a difference so small that it barely existed except as a figment of the human imagination, between working in a tall green glass building on Park Avenue and collecting litter in a park. In fact, there may have been no difference at all.
Consuelo: This seems harder to believe but I believe it.