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L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Rilla’s heart skipped a beat – or, if that be a pysiological impossibility, she thought it did.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I know I haven’t much sense or sobriety, but I’ve got what is ever so much better – the knack of making people like me.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There is so much in the world for us all if we only have the eyes to see it, and the heart to love it, and the hand to gather it to ourselves.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I am of one mind with the Irishman who said you could get used to anything, even to being hanged!”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Dear old world. You are very lovely and I am glad to be alive in you – Anne Shirley.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Anne has as many shades as a rainbow and every shade is the prettiest while it lasts.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Well, I won’t. Ludovic Speed and Theodora Dix live in Middle Grafton and Mrs. Rachel says he has been courting her for a hundred years. Won’t they soon be too old to get married, Anne? I hope Gilbert won’t court YOU that long. When are you going to be married, Anne? Mrs. Lynde says it’s a sure thing.” “Mrs. Lynde is a – ” began Anne hotly; then stopped. “Awful old gossip,” completed Davy calmly. “That’s what every one calls her. But is it a sure thing, Anne? I want to know.” “You’re.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The trouble is you and Mrs Lynde don’t understand each other. That is always what is wrong when people don’t like each other. – Anne Shirley.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “They had a sort of talent for happiness.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “If I had my way I’d shut everything out of your life but happiness and pleasure, Anne,” said Gilbert.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Young men are all very well in their place, but it doesn’t do to drag them into everything, does it? Diana and I are thinking seriously of promising each other that we will never marry but be nice old maids and live together forever.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Rilla meant to keep Walter’s letter as a a sacred treasure.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “But it’s a million times nicer to be Anne of Green Gables than Anne of nowhere in particular, isn’t it?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Shirking responsibilities is the curse of our modern life-the secret of all the unrest and discontent that is seething in the world.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There is some good in every person if you can find it. It is a teacher’s duty to find and develop it.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Green Gables has been translated into Swedish and Dutch. My copy of the Swedish edition always gives me the inestimable boon of a laugh. The cover design is a full length figure of Anne, wearing a sunbonnet, carrying the famous carpet-bag, and with hair that is literally of an intense scarlet!”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “But trust one man to excuse another.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Young men are all very well in their place, but it doesn’t do to drag them into everything, does it?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “She makes me love her and I like people who make me love them. It saves me so much trouble making myself love them.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Well, that is another hope gone. My life is a perfect graveyard of buried hopes. That’s a sentence I read in a book once, and I say it over to comfort myself whenever I’m disappointed in anything.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “For spring is just around the corner and I have forgotten everything but gladness.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Having adventures comes naturally to some people. You just have a gift for them or you don’t have – Anne Shirley.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Isn’t it splendid to think of all the things there are to find out about? It just makes me feel glad to be alive – it’s such an interesting world. It wouldn’t be half so interesting if we knew all about everything, would it?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “They belonged to each other; and, no matter what life might hold for them, it could never alter that. Their happiness was in each other’s keeping and both were unafraid.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Emotion shook Rilla from head to foot. Joy – happiness – sorrow – fear – every passion that had wrung her heart in those four long years seemed to surge up in her soul for a moment as the deeps of being were stirred. She had tried to speak; at first voice would not come. Then – “Yeth,” said Rilla.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Uncle Jim, if I wasn’t ME who’d I be?′ and, ‘Uncle Jim, what would happen if God died?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The night was so very still that one should have been able to hear the whisper of roses in blossom – the laughter of daisies – the piping of grasses – many sweet sounds, all tangled up together. The beauty of moonlight on familiar fields irradiated the world.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “If I had my way I’d shut everything out of your life but happiness and pleasure, Anne,” said Gilbert in the tone that meant “danger ahead.” “Then.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “No matter what dreadful things happened at least there were still cats in the world.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Oh, I like things to have handles even if they are only geraniums. It makes them seem more like people. How do you know but that it hurts a geranium’s feelings just to be called a geranium and nothing else? You wouldn’t like to be called nothing but a woman all the time.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It is always safe to dream of spring. For it is sure to come; and if it be not just as we have pictured it, it will be infinitely sweeter.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There is no use in loving things if you have to be torn from them, is there?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Ye’ve only got to live one day at a time, darlint. One can always be living just one more day.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “How beautiful it was, lying embowered in the twilight of the old trees; the tips of the loftiest spruces came out in purple silhouettes against the north-weatersn sky of rose and amber; down behind it the Blair Water dreamed in silver; the Wind Woman had folded her misty bat-wings in a valley of sunset and stillness that lay over the world like a blessing. Emily felt sure that everything would be all right.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “So bright and golden and fair, so free fro shadow and so lavish of blossom.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Anne always liked to get up early and catch that mystical half-hour before sunrise when the world belongs to the fairies and the old gods.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There was nobody else – there never could be anybody else for me but you. I’ve loved you ever since that day you broke your slate over my head in school.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The Blue Chest of Rachel Ward” was another “ower-true tale.” Rachel Ward was Eliza Montgomery, a cousin of my father’s, who died in Toronto a few years ago. The blue chest was in the kitchen of Uncle John Campbell’s house at Park Corner from 1849 until her death. We children heard its story many a time and speculated and dreamed over its contents, as we sat on it to study our lessons or eat our bed-time snacks.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Anne Shirley. Anne with an “e.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There are moments when we have real fun because, just for the moment, we don’t think about things and then – we remember – and the remembering is worse than thinking of it all the time would have been.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Mrs. Rachel was one of those delightful and popular people who pride themselves on speaking their mind without fear or favor.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The faint laughter of winds was always about them and the colors of Mistawis, imperial and spiritual, under the changing clouds, were something that cannot be expressed in mere words. Shadows, too. Clustering in the pines until a wind shook them out and pursued them over Mistawis. They lay all day along the shores, threaded by ferns and wild blossoms. They stole around the headlands in the glow of the sunset, until twilight wove them all into one great web of dusk.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “When we have to do a thing... we can do it.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “She wondered if old dreams could haunt rooms – if, when one left forever the room where she had joyed and suffered and laughed and wept, something of her, intangible and invisible, yet nonetheless real, did not remain behind like a voiceful memory.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Anyhow, we’ve decided on the experiment and goodness only knows what will come of it.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Just think of all the great and noble souls who have lived and worked in the world. Isn’t it worthwhile to come after them and inherit what they won and taught? And think of all the great people in the world today! Isn’t it worthwhile to think we can share their inspiration? And the, all the great souls that will come in the future? Isn’t it worthwhile to work a little and prepare the way for them-make just one step in their path easier? – Anne Shirley.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I read a story tonight. It ended unhappily. I was wretched until I had invented a happy ending for it. I shall always end my stories happily. I don’t care whether it’s “true to life” or not. It’s true to life as it should be and that’s a better truth than the other.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “One forgets all through the year how lovely spring really is and so it comes as a surprise every time.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There’s something very solemn about the idea of a new year, isn’t there? Just think of three hundred and sixty-five whole days with not a thing happened in them yet.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “No... it’s lovely here when the dark is your friend, isn’t it? When you turn on the light, it makes the dark your enemy... and it glowers in at you resentfully.”
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