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L.M. Montgomery Quote: “All the Beyond was hers with its possibilities lurking rosily in the oncoming years – each year a rose of promise to be woven into an immortal chaplet.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “You’d find it easier to be bad than good if you had red hair.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “And he wrote, “When the moon rises tonight think of me and I’ll think of you.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Don’t give up all your romance, Anne,” he whispered shyly, “a little bit is a good thing – not too much, of course, but keep a little of it, Anne, keep a little of it.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “But there is a destiny which shapes the ends of young misses who are born with the itch for writing tingling in their baby fingertips, and in the fullness of time this destiny gave to Emily the desire of her heart – gave.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “We have The Idylls of the King in English class this term. I like some things in them, but I detest Tennyson’s Arthur. If I had been Guinevere I’d have boxed his ears – but I wouldn’t have been unfaithful to him for Lancelot, who was just as odious in a different way. As for Geraint, if I had been Enid I’d have bitten him. These ‘patient Griseldas’ deserve all they get.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Marilla felt this and was vaguely troubled over it, realizing that the ups and downs of existence would probably bear hardly on this impulsive soul and not sufficiently understanding that the equally great capacity for delight might more than compensate.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “But what is the use of being an independent old maid if you can’t be silly when you want to, and when it doesn’t hurt anybody? A person must have some compensations.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I kind of think she’s one of the sort you can do anything with if you only get her to love you.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Peter was going to die – to DIE.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Outside in the garden, which was full of mellow sunset light streaming through the dark old firs to the west of it, stood Anne and Diana, gazing bashfully at each other over a clump of gorgeous tiger lilies.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Josie is a Pye,” said Marilla sharply, “so she can’t help being disagreeable. I suppose people of that kind serve some useful purpose in society, but I must say I don’t know what it is any more than I know the use of thistles.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I love keeping house... it’s really a lovely phrase isn’t it? Keeping it... holding it fast against the world... against all the forces trying to tear it open.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Only lonely people keep diaries.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “She was an excellent target for teasing because she always took things so seriously.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I think this story-writing business is the foolishest yet,” scoffed Marilla. “You’ll get a pack of nonsense into your heads and waste time that should be put to your lessons. Reading stories is bad enough but writing them is worse.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “For the next fortnight Anne writhed or reveled, according to mood, in her literary pursuits. Now she would be jubilant over a brilliant idea, now despairing because some contrary character would NOT behave properly.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Tommy and Adam Cowan, over at Markdale, are twins; and they’re both cross-eyed. So I s’posed that was what being twins meant.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “There are some things that cannot be expressed in words.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Still Anne said nothing, several times over.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It seems to me a most dreadful thing to go out of the world and not leave one person behind you who is sorry you are gone,′ said Anne, shuddering.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “He was a cat of double personality – or else, as Susan vowed, he was possessed by the devil.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “A woman who has a sense of humor possesses no refuge from the merciless truth about herself. She cannot think herself misunderstood. She cannot revel in self-pity. She cannot comfortably damn any one who differs from her.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Well, anyway, when I am grown up,” said Anne decidedly, “I’m always going to talk to little girls as if they were too, and I’ll never laugh when they use big words. I know from sorrowful experience how that hurts one’s feelings.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “No. I don’t think I’ve ever been really lonely in my life,” answered Anne. “Even when I’m alone I have real good company – dreams and imaginations and pretendings. I LIKE to be alone now and then, just to think over things and TASTE them.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It’s lovely to be going home and know it’s home. I love green gables already, and I’ve never loved any place before. Oh, Marilla, I’m so happy.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I think the nicest thing about days is their unexpectedness. It’s jolly to wake up like this on a golden-fine morning and day-dream for ten minutes before I get up, imagining heaps of splendid things that might happen.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I’m not in the depths of despair this morning. I never can be in the morning. Isn’t it a splendid thing that there are mornings?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Some women’s intended from the start to be old maids, and I’m afraid I’m one of them, Miss Shirley, ma’am, because I’ve awful little patience with the men.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Anne looked up. Tall and handsome and distinguished-looking – dark, melancholy, inscrutable eyes – melting, musical, sympathetic voice – yes, the very hero of her dreams stood before her in the flesh. He could not have more closely resembled her ideal if he.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “People who have to look after twins can’t be expected to say their prayers. Now, do you honestly think they can?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Anne sewed and planned little winter wardrobes... “Nan must have a red dress, since she is so set on it”... and sometimes thought of Hannah, weaving her little coat every year for the small Samuel. Mothers were the same all through the centuries... a great sisterhood of love and service... the remembered and the unremembered alike.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “How terrible it would be to be doing something you didn’t like every day.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “When the Lord puts us in certain circumstances He doesn’t mean for us to imagine them away.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “You couldn’t really expect a person to pray very well the first time she tried, could you?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I don’t believe I’d really want to be a sensible person, because they are so unromantic.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Another story was that a certain dissipated youth of the community, going home one Saturday night, or rather Sunday morning, from some unhallowed orgy, was pursued by a lamb of fire, with its head cut off and hanging by a strip of skin or flame.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “A child who was more or less under-nourished – not in body, but in soul. More of a moonbeam than a sunbeam.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Love! What a searing, torturing, intolerably sweet thing it was – this possession of body, soul and mind! With something at its core as fine and remote and purely spiritual as the tiny blue spark in the heart of the unbreakable diamond.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “It’s nice to be needed.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Don’t you know ANY good husbands, Miss Bryant?” “Oh, yes, lots of them – over yonder,” said Miss Cornelia, waving her hand through the open window towards the little graveyard of the church across the harbor.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “But if you have big ideas you have to use big words to express them, haven’t you?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Why should one hate you when you were so small? Could you be worth hating?”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I don’t like places or people either that haven’t any faults. I think a truly perfect person would be very uninteresting.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I don’t know what lies around the bend, but I’m going to believe that the best does.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “I wonder why people so commonly suppose that if two individuals are both writers they must therefore be hugely congenial,” said Anne, rather scornfully. “Nobody would expect two blacksmiths to be violently attracted toward each other merely because they were both blacksmiths.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “The trouble with you, Anne, is that you’re thinking too much about yourself. You should just think of Mrs. Allan and what would be nicest and most agreeable to her,” said Marilla, hitting for once in her life on a very sound and pithy piece of advice. Anne instantly realized this.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Away down at the far end of the lake they got every night a glimpse of a big, continental train rushing through a clearing. Valancy liked to watch its lighted windows flash by and wonder who was on it and what hopes and fears it carried.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Oh, Aunt Elizabeth,” said Emily breathlessly, “when you hold the candle down like that it makes your face look just like a corpse! Oh, it’s so interesting.”
L.M. Montgomery Quote: “Then the immortal heart of the woods will beat against ours and its subtle life will steal into our veins and make us its own forever, so that no matter where we go or how widely we wander we shall yet be drawn back to the forest to find our most enduring kinship.”
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