Letters from a Hill Farm
"What we lose in flowers, we more than gain in fruits"... what a lovely, lovely thought. This could also apply to aging in general. Thank you for this on this beautiful day!
Oh wait, that was the whole point...too tired from raking leaves today, I guess! :-)
Love the sentiment of this quote.
I so agree.And what a lovely spot. Your house, I mean!
Hello Nan,Oh my it has been way too long since my last visit here. Thank you so much for the lovely quotes. I especially love the one of Autumn. Hope you and your family are enjoying a lovely Autumn season.Smiles♥Beverly
I wonder if he penned this in his own autumn? Or perhaps he had foresight beyond his years?
Kay, I really though it was so beautifully expressed.Lisa, me too.Pamela, thank you.Beverly, lovely to 'see' you.Librarian, yes.Debbie, I wondered that, too, but didn't do much searching to find out. :<)
I love this quote (autumn is my favorite season).It reminds me of the joy of autumn that George Eliot expresses:Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.
HKatz, I do so love the Eliot words - especially the last ones which you don't often see.
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