Letters from a Hill Farm
It sure does feel different than any other months,
Isn't that the truth. Love the header photo.
Thanks. I am fond of those little scilla flowers.
I always say that in October but find that I'm beginning to appreciate spring more than I used to. Is Teale the one who wrote Autumn Across America? Or something like that? I remember loving it years ago.
A list of his books may be found here:http://naturewriting.com/edwinway.htmI've read only one, but loved it.
He was such a popular writer when I was growing up. I think my Aunt Fran first introduced him to me with the book North with the Spring.
I have a little reading scheme planned for this summer. I am going to read his Journey Into Summer beginning on June 21, the first day of summer. I so look forward to this.
Fabulous quote, Nan, and pictures to boot! This May morning, I do feel "all things seem possible".
I thought that photo of him went perfectly with his words! And I'm so happy my daffs are blooming.
So glad to see that people still appreciate Edwin Way Teale's books. He and Hal Borland were brilliant.
I read Springtime in Britain and wrote about it here:http://lettersfromahillfarm.blogspot.com/2008/06/book-reportspringtime-in-britain.htmlI loved it.
If it is worth saying, it is worth repeating. I'm thinking I have one of his books. Need to look. Thanks. Nan.
ha ha! Thanks.
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