Letters from a Hill Farm
I have no grandchildren, but I just understand and love that quote. Thanks for finding it, Nan!
I read it in Susan Hill's Howards End is on the Landing!
Simple pleasures bring such joy!
What a wonderful quote. It is oh so true. I remember those days.
We are constantly amazed when we take care of Hazel Nina how interested she is in the littlest things.
It is wonderful how they slow us right down, isn't it?!
Oh, Nan, how I love this. Ever since Kezzie was an infant, she and I have cuddled at bedtime, rocking back and forth to ticking of her clock, first me, now both of us, saying "Tick tock goes the clock. Tick. Tock. Ticktock. I will save this, and use this, and I thank you for the joy of it.
What a perfect quote. We are so lucky to have a partner like that.
That is so true! I remember when granddaughter Nora was perfectly fascinated for hours just going over the beads and "jewels" in my bracelet. And I looked down on that little silky-haired head thinking I was the luckiest grandmother alive.
That's just what I think every single minute!
Yes, just to BE! (And now I must remember to hold on to that feeling and know it is good.).
The wonder of little ones!
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