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L.M. Montgomery Quote: “She felt a wonderful lightness of spirit, a soul-stirring joy in mere existence.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I don’t think there is much fear of your dying of grief as long as you can talk, Anne,” said Marilla unsympathetically.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “How do you like my picture, Phil?” “It seems a very dull one,” said Phil, with a grimace. “Oh, but I’ve left out the transforming thing,” said Anne softly. “There’ll be love there, Phil – faithful, tender love, such as I’ll never find anywhere else in the world – love that’s waiting for me. That makes my picture a masterpiece, doesn’t it, even if the colors are not very brilliant?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “First came a delightful thrill, as of something very pleasant; then a horrible remembrance.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Well, I don’t want to be any one but myself, even if I go uncomforted by diamonds all my life.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I’ve no doubt, enjoying himself same as ever. Just like a man.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “What care I if it be “wild and improbable” and “lacking in literary art”? I refuse to be any longer hampered by such canons of criticism. The one essential thing I demand of a book is that it should interest me. If it does, I forgive it every other fault.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Changes come all the time. Just as soon as things get really nice they change,′ she said with a sigh.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There was another occupant of the living-room, curled up on a couch, who must not be overlooked, since he was a creature of marked individuality, and, moreover, had the distinction of being the only living thing whom Susan really hated.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Even eighty-odd is sometimes vulnerable to vanity.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Mrs. Lynde says, ‘Blessed are they who expect nothing for they shall not be disappointed.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “She had always envied the wind. So free. Blowing where it listed. Through the hills. Over the lakes. What a tang, what a zip it had! What a magic of adventure!”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The Piper is coming nearer,” he said, “he is nearer than he was that evening I saw him before. His long, shadowy cloak is blowing around him. He pipes – he pipes – and we must follow – Jem and Carl and Jerry and I – round and round the world. Listen – listen – can’t you hear his wild music?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Afar in the southwest was the great shimmering, pearl-like sparkle of an evening star in a sky that was pale golden and ethereal rose over gleaming white spaces and dark glens of spruce.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Influence other people for good.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “If you believe in a thing it doesn’t matter whether it exists or not.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It doesn’t matter if a man does use bad grammar so long as he is a good provider and doesn’t go poking round the pantry to see how much sugar you’ve used in a week.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There is nothing but meetings and partings in this world.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I cannot remember the time when I was not writing, or when I did not mean to be a writer... I was an indefatigable scribbler.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “As they dashed into the kitchen the light seemed to vanish, as if blown out by some mighty breath; the awful cloud rolled over the sun and a darkness as of late twilight fell across the world.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “But you needn’t try to make us believe you can chloroform a cat,” laughed Anne. “It was all the fault of the knothole,” protested Phil. “It was a good thing the knothole was there,” said Aunt Jamesina rather severely. “Kittens HAVE to be drowned, I admit, or the world would be overrun. But no decent, grown-up cat should be done to death – unless he sucks eggs.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It is never quite safe to think we have done with life.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “We are schoolmates, I see,” he said, smiling at Anne’s colors. “That ought to be sufficient introduction. My name is Royal Gardner.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “And the coming of Anne – the vivid, imaginative, impetuous child with her heart of love, and her world of fancy, bringing with her color and warmth and radiance, until the wilderness of existence had blossomed like the rose.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “He had also the reputation of being a bit of a lady killer. But that probably accrued to him from his possession of a laughing, velvety voice which no girl could hear without a heartbeat, and a dangerous way of listening as if she were saying something that he had longed all his life to hear.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Rilla was not fond of Mary Vance. She had never forgotten the humiliating day when Mary had chased her through the village with a dried codfish.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Oh, I know I’m a great trial to you, Marilla,” said Anne repentantly. “I make so many mistakes. But then just think of all the mistakes I don’t make, although I might.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Moonlight and the murmur of pines blended together so that one could hardly tell which was light and which was sound.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Anyone who has sympathy and understanding to give has a treasure that is without money and without price.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Mrs. Hammon told me that God made my hair red on purpose and I haven’t card for him since.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “You’ve all been so sure that life is good that I’ve never been able to disbelieve it. Never will be able to.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It was a night when you might expect to stray into a dance of mermaids.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Ruby Gillis says when she grows up she’s going to have ever so many beaus on the string and have them all crazy about her; but I think that would be too exciting. I’d rather just have one in his right mind.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “But I don’t want to be a different girl,” said Emily decidedly. She had no intention of lowering the Starr flag to Aunt Ruth. “I wouldn’t want to be anybody but myself even if I am plain. Besides,” she added impressively as she turned to go out of the room, “though I may not be very good-looking now, when I go to heaven I believe I’ll be very beautiful.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Ah, children are not what they were in my young days. They listened to their parents then.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “She said that everything had colour in her thought; the months of the year ran through all the tints of the spectrum, the days of the week were arrayed as Solomon in his glory, morning was golden, noon orange, evening crystal blue, and night violet. Every idea came to her mind robed in its own especial hue. Perhaps that was why her voice and words had such a charm, conveying to the listeners’ perception such fine shadings of meaning and tint and music.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Yet he may have committed what might be considered far greater sins that yet would not inflict on any one a tithe of the humiliation which his teasing inflicted on a child’s sensitive mind.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Soul-ache doesn’t worry folks near as much as stomach-ache.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I’ve always thought nobody understood me quite as well as I understood myself.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Well, it was awful said,” said Felicity, wiping her eyes. “But it was long ago and we can’t do any good by crying over it now. Let us go and get something to eat. I made some nice little rhubarb tarts this morning.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Lawful heart, did any one ever see such freckles? And hair as red as carrots!”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “They can laugh when things go wrong. I like that. Anyone can laugh when it’s all smooth sailing.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “We came to the comforting conclusion that the Creator probably knew how to run His universe quite as well as we do, and that, after all, there are no such things as ‘wasted’ lives, saving and except when am individual wilfully squanders and wastes his own life...”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It was not, of course, a proper thing to do. But then I have never pretended, nor will ever pretend, that Emily was a proper child. Books are not written about proper children. They would be so dull nobody would read them.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “A suffering or tortured animal always filled her with such a surge of sympathy that it lifted her clean out of herself.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I am afraid to speak or move for the fear all this wonderful beauty will vanish just like a broken silence.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Jane says she will devote her whole life to teaching, and never, never marry, because you are paid a salary for teaching, but a husband won’t pay you anything, and growls if you ask for a share in the egg and butter money.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Oh, what I know about myself isn’t really worth telling, said Anne eagerly. If you’ll only let me tell you what I imagine about myself you’ll think it ever so much more interesting.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The sun was setting over Rainbow Valley. The pond was wearing a wonderful tissue of purple and gold and green and crimson. A faint blue haze rested on the eastern hill, over which a great, pale, round moon was just floating up like a silver bubble. They.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Big guns are good but the Almighty is better, and He is on our side, no matter what the Kaiser says about it.”
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