Three Days, Three Quotes Challenge – Day Three

The grande finale.    I would like to thank Chomeuse with a Chou for nominating me for this challenging literary exercise.   (see Days One and Two for previous quotes and some shameless PR).   What to chose?  My mind is abuzz with numerous quotes, I cannot chose just one.   It is so distressing.   (“I will be calm – I will be mistress of myself.” – Elinor Dashwood, Sense and Sensibility).   I fear we must set dear Jane aside, lest the other literary greats feel neglected.   I am waffling between Henry James and Edna St. Vincent Millay and as they both involve better weather than what we are currently having (snow flurries for Easter), they may prove inspirational as well.  Yellow Flowers

Quote:  “I will be the gladdest thing under the sun.  I will touch a hundred flowers and not pick one.”   (Edna St. Vincent Millay)

I picked this cheerful quote because it’s been a long cold snowy winter, but spring and gardening season are on the way, and won’t we all feel better with some sun and May flowers.

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And after spring, comes summer….and the beach and beach reading.

Quote:  “Summer afternoon – summer afternoon; to me those have always been the two most beautiful words in the English language.”  (Henry James)


Here are the Rules:

1. Thank the person who nominated you

2. Post a quote for three consecutive days (1 quote for each day).

3. Nominate three bloggers each day.

My nominees are:

If anyone else who is reading this would like to participate, please feel free to join in and share!

If you are burning the candle at both ends like Edna and are pressed for time that’s okay.    I acknowledge some people are not fans of awards, but this one is a fun and easy post…..if you like quotes that is!    As Jane said, “one half of the world cannot understand the pleasures of the other.” (Emma)



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