Letters from a Hill Farm
I have only just discovered that you are back. Wonderful! Joy of joys! Please don't go away again!Maureen xxx
Oh, thank you. I surprised myself, really.
Lovely and so fitting!
And didn't he have beautiful eyes. Amazing.
How I've enjoyed catching up now that you are back posting, Nan; a treat for me today as I read May Sarton's poem and Mary Oliver's prose, H.G. Wells and all the books you have read. I'm so sorry to learn that Daisy passed on and know how hard it is to lose such a loved member of your family after 30 years. Sadness, I know, but goodness as well. I'm looking forward to more of your words, Nan. Welcome back.
Thanks so much.
An excellent quote and reminder not to let chronological age dictate how we feel.
I really liked those words. Important at all ages.
I had an impulse to check your blog today, and I'm so glad I did. Welcome back. I'm happy you're posting again.I love this quote from Wells, and what you shared in your earlier post, the excerpts from the Talmud and from Mary Oliver's book. I'm sorry about the loss of Daisy.
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