"The ache for home lives in all of us. The safe place where we can go as we are and not be questioned." (Maya Angelou)
Thank you Cuban.
If everybody did as you suggest, what a difference that might make...
Yes, let's each take care of a corner, and also each take care of a tree!
thank you for being an endless source of inspiration to me, cuban!you convey SO much with your little words. loved this post.enjoy your break!
I noticed you and I are both reading "We Need to Talk about Kevin" ... how are you liking it?
I hope you're enjoying your time off! I wouldn't say I've been taking time off, more like I've been slacking, but it's been good too.Jai
Thank you very much for your kind comments.Dissolved, I avoided WNTTAK for a few years because of the hype surrounding. I don't normally read novels that are "forced" down my throat. But I knew about Lionel's non-fiction writing through her columns in The Guardian and her essays in other publications. The book cost 50p, which might have been a stronger motivation to buy it and read it. I can't praise it enough. It's a tough read, not because of the style but because of the subject matter, especially for parents and carers.Greetings from London.
I like the video more than the music but I appreciate the message about taking care of your corner. Good to hear that you are enjoying yours.
What good advice! I am in my corner, and it is refurbished with new shelves built by my husband and new library boxes for all my clutter.
Enjoy your break from blogging - I'm sure you'll come back from your blog break refreshed.When I took my recent blogging break I was surprised at how many books I managed to read. Hope you're enjoying your reading - We Need To Talk About Kevin isn't high on my list of must-reads, but one day I may read it as it has such excellent reviews.Judy, South Africa
That's a blast from the past!Thanks for the inspiring spoken word tune.