but it is hard not to hear it when my daughter’s name is mentioned.
It’s a rare book that wins the battle against drooping eyelids.
Jane Austen easily used half a page describing someone else’s eyes; she would not appreciate summarizing her reading tastes in ten titles.
I find that when I come out of the library I’m in what I call the library bliss of being totally taken away from the distractions of life.”[Woman’s Day magazine, March 12, 2002]
We have His Word, and that isenough.
Say something worth the words.
It was not a house where secrets could be kept easily.