My dear Lucy

No one is too old for Fairy Tales

Once upon a time, my dream house will have a library.  The library will be filled with wall to wall and top to bottom room full of books that I collected over the years.  And then I discovered the joy of going to the library.  I ended giving away most of my books to goodwill and kept the children’s books.

I never outgrew The Little Prince, All things bright and beautiful, I like you because and The man who planted trees. These books have taught me more than any self-help books that I’ve read.  Besides, I love the pictures.  It is true that pictures say a thousand words and I can create a different story just by looking at them.

Image source: Jemima’s Journal

14 thoughts on “My dear Lucy

  1. Stories grow older, too, so they seem. Like people’s lives, they tend to become memories written in pages, read for a time, stored in a library and rediscovered in the future. If we define our goodness in such terms, others will remember us, they will pay tribute to us, our biographies will be known and later generation will find us in the history books,

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