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Quote of the Week

Happiness is a cardigan that matches your eyes. ~ Rachael Herron, Cora’s Heart With the first crisp morning of Fall comes the official start of cardigan season. Advertisements

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There are some things, after all, that Sally Owens knows for certain: Always throw spilled salt over your left shoulder. Keep rosemary by your garden gate. Add pepper to your mashed potatoes. Plant roses and lavender, for luck. Fall in … Continue reading

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When I allowed myself to think about the brevity of the time ahead of me, and the futility of spending any more of it on cooking and mending and gardening, it frightened me so much that I almost couldn’t breathe. … Continue reading

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“Censorship and the suppression of reading materials are rarely about family values and almost always about control, about who is snapping the whip, who is saying no, and who is saying go. Censorship’s bottom line is this: if the novel … Continue reading

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Life is a series of unlikely events, isn’t it? […] One unlikely event after another, adding up to a rich, complicated whole. And who knows what’s still to come? – Judy Blume, In the Unlikely Event One of many truths … Continue reading

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