25 thoughts on “Excerpt”

    1. This is a great read that one can pick up occasionally instead of getting through it all at once since it’s a series of short essays. The photo was taken in my back yard as the crows flew to their roost on the other side of town at dusk. πŸ™‚

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    1. I loved her first book, H is for Hawk and have recommended it many, many times. Although I recently had someone tell me, “Don’t be offended, but I really didn’t like that book.” And, of course, I’m not offended at all. It’s interesting to me what one person can deem as beautiful and meaningful and lovely and another person can see the exact same thing as tedious or uninteresting. We are all such complicated creatures!

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      1. It really all is subjective. Crossroads by Jonathan Franzen was recommended to me with the comment of future classic. Me? I didn’t adore it. Didn’t dislike it either πŸ™‚

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