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Gone with the wind

This classic is an amazing book! Beautifully written!

The myriad of thoughts that goes through Scarlett O’Hara’s head made me love, hate, respect, debase, admire and pity her. 569 more words


A Civilisation Gone With the Wind.

Scarlett O’Hara

"After all, tomorrow is another day!"
-Gone With the Wind, Margaret Mitchell.

High-spirited, vivacious, charming, vain, ambitious and selfish, Scarlett O’Hara is by far the most iconic southern belle in literary and cinematic history. 776 more words


I'm so behind

Fictional Intruder

Go down the rabbit hole with Alice; play quidditch with Harry Potter; float down the river with Huck Finn… If you could choose three fictional events or adventures to experience yourself, what would they be? 260 more words

Daily Prompts

The Price of a Word

My Dad and I were playing the “quote ” game. I would say a quote and he would guess who said it.

“Four score and seven years ago our Father’s set forth a new nation” Abraham Lincoln, … 408 more words


Trouble In Paradise

First, the bad news … Every single squash and zucchini plant (except one) in my garden is D.E.A.D.  No photos.  I couldn’t look at the withered leaves and the centipedes crawling all over the fruit.   357 more words

The Daily Bucket

When I Grow Up

I find myself at a crossroads. Ten years of owning, operating, eating and breathing a retail shop is about the longest time anyone can go and still generally like people. 778 more words


'Ah, the mythic South.' Review:Frances Mayes, Under Magnolia.

Under Magnolia.

Frances Mayes

‘ Ah, the mythic South, the only swath of America not strangled by the deadly literal mind.’Frances Mayes.

Once, in another lifetime, a man I loved asked me to live with him in Tuscany. 541 more words