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[ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: I've been ridiculously busy lately and have been among the missing. Coming to LOL each day is like a big tall glass of cold water on a scorching day. The rain seemed to have lasted forever, so that when a day finally dawned bright and fair, I squinted in the daylight like a newly emerged mole. An hour's ride from the village, she stopped near a small brook, overhung by willows. [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: QOTD for Friday, February 9, 2018 -- kgp, Fri, February 09 2018, The following quotation is from Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon, Copyright 1997. All rights reserved “Brianna took a deep breath, and her fist closed tight on the leaf in her hand, crushing it. “Oh, I’m glad,” I said, adding impulsively, “it would be a terrible strain.” “Oh, aye? Some of my friends had brothers though – one of them said they learned eighteen different synonyms for penile erection.” [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: I love conversations where Claire tells Jamie about “modern” times. “Marsali liked Aloysius,” he added dismissively, making it clear that he had nothing to do with the choice of so undistinguished a name. But you’re right; ye canna be my conscience.” In spite of everything, I felt a lightening of spirit, as though some indefinable burden had dropped away. ” [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: QOTD for Tuesday, February 6, 2018 -- kgp, Mon, February 05 2018, The following quotation is from Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon. ” “Well, I don’t know for sure, because I don’t have any brothers to tell me.It is SO SO SO easy to get out of a habit--almost all of them the GOOD ones. "Your skin is so fine I can see the blood moving beneath it," Jamie said, tracing the path of a sunbeam across my bare stomach. We forded the brook and wandered up into the foothills, gathering such late summer plants as still lingered, together with the ripening berries of early autumn and the thick yellow shelf fungus that sprouted from the trunks of trees in the small shady glens.The bad habits stick like black tar and bubblegum when you step on them. (NT) -- Betsy Barefootspinner, Thu, February 01 2018, QOTD for Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 -- Piper-Mom, Wed, January 31 2018, Today's quote is from Outlander, Chapter 24. [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: This is so lovely. Gieilie's figure disappeared into the bracken above me, as I paused to scrape a bit of aspen bark into my basket.He thought suddenly of the electric eel, which Suddfield had told him lived in the silt-choked waters of the Amazon.

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QOTD for Monday, February 12, 2018 -- Lisa W, Sun, February 11 2018, The following quotation is from "Drums of Autumn" by Diana Gabaldon, Copyright 1997 All rights reserved. Alderdyce thinks that I--I mean, because I've shown I'm--that I can have children, then she's sure to get grandchildren out of me later on? The Judge could pick any healthy girl--of good character," she added bitterly, "and be fairly sure of having children by her." He took a drink, let it drift across his tongue, and swallowed, relishing the final ghost of the taste before answering. “Testosterone poisoning” is another Diana gem (NT) -- Kathy in PA, Mon, February 12 2018, QOTD for Sunday, February 11, 2018 -- Lisa W, Sat, February 10 2018, The following quotation is from "Lord John and the Brotherhood of the Blade" by Diana Gabaldon, Copyright 2007 All rights reserved. Stepfathers, by contrast, seemed negligible, if not completely innocuous. In her defense maybe it was because Roger tried “coitus interruptus” and Stephen didn’t, but come on! Now was my time, reality the scrape of wood and slick of grease beneath my fingers, the arc of the sun that set the rhythm of my days, the nearness of Jamie. He was in a cell wi’ three other men, and one of them a fellow with consumption, who coughed something dreadful, keeping the rest awake all night and all day.

"You know; an elderly woman's urgent desire for grandchildren to dandle upon her knee, spoil with sweetmeats, and generally corrupt." He raised his glass to his nose and reverently breathed in the vapors. I haven't had a decent sherry in two years, at least." "What--you mean Mrs. " [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: “Granny lust” a term I had never heard before, but it is a perfect description of that particular feeling. "To the best of Lord John Grey's knowledge, stepmothers as depicted in fiction tended to be venal, evil, cunning, homicidal, and occasionally cannibalistic. He left off performing this activity, and gave Grey a look of income- prehension. I merely wondered where Mother's new ac- quisition might fall, along the spectrum of character." " [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: QOTD for Saturday, February 10, 2018 -- kgp, Sat, February 10 2018, The following quotation is from Drums of Autumn by Diana Gabaldon, Copyright 1997 All rights reserved. “It isn’t Roger’s.” [ Post a Reply to this Message ][ Edit | View ] Replies: It always made me angry that Brianna said, with such certainty, that SB is the father. He shrugged his shoulders with an irritable violence, as though his shirt was too tight. “It’s you, and it’s Ian, and it’s Duncan and it’s Fergus and it’s Marsali – God help me, there’s even Laoghaire to think of! I remembered, and with a small shock, realized that it was now only a memory – for me, time had shifted, as though my illness had pushed me through some final barrier. “Da told me about one time he was arrested, when they took him to Edinburgh, and kept him in the Tolbooth.

Copyright 2012 This is from The Custom of the Army: (The 'he' is Lord John Grey) He leaned against a tree, watching a couple of fishing canoes make their way slowly downstream, hugging the bank.

The sky was overcast and the air light on his skin, a pleasant change from the summer heat.

I LOVE the big books, obviously, but I also really enjoy the others. Toward dawn, I dreamed of grassy meadows filled with butterflies.