Miss Estelle Wood, waiting for her train to go back home to Baltimore in 1935.
Just one of the many envelopes with a story that her beau, Victor, sent her during their courtship.
For Lovers of the Word
On life, writing and horses!
Life in the Country. Botany and Books.
This is the irrational season, when love blooms bright and wild. ~ Madeleine L'Engle
"whose nature prefers trees without leaves and a fire in the fireplace..." -Louis MacNeice
adventures in learning, literature, and life!
Miriam Rockness: Reflections on the Art and Writings of Lilias Trotter
Online Book Club
"Books are humanity in print." Barbara Tuchman
The unexamined life is not worth living.
Still trying to figure out which Martha
Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose / The more things change, the more they stay the same
By Jennifer Gregory Miller: Our family life in the ebb and flow of the feasts and ordinary time of the Liturgical Year
Making Autodidacts Great Again.
live mines and duds: the reading life