Elizabeth Enright Quotes

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Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: Already he knew that to overdo a thing Already he knew that to overdo a thing is to destroy it. Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: Maybe we benefit from the providence of others Maybe we benefit from the providence of others more often than we know. Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: And for heaven's sake don't play Bach," ordered And for heaven's sake don't play Bach," ordered Randy. "It's so jumpy for today." Rush Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: No matter how old a person gets, he's No matter how old a person gets, he's never old in spring! — Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: A certain red cardinal sounded like a little A certain red cardinal sounded like a little bottle being filled up, up, up with some clear liquid. — Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: Good things must have comparers, I suppose,' said Good things must have comparers, I suppose,' said Portia, 'Or how would we knowhow good they are? — Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: October sunshine bathed the park with such a October sunshine bathed the park with such a melting light that it had the dimmed impressive look of a landscape by an old master. — Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: I loved the flash of jewels and the I loved the flash of jewels and the luster of satin. In those days women dressed. — Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: He couldn't stop smelling the air in great, He couldn't stop smelling the air in great, deep, loud sniffs. It was so delicious. It smelled of water, and mud, and maple trees, and autumn. — Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: Churning, baking, spinning and soap-making. In summer, Churning, baking, spinning and soap-making. In summer, — Elizabeth Enright
Elizabeth Enright Quotes By Elizabeth Enright: Each golden day was cherished to the full, Each golden day was cherished to the full, for one had the feeling that each must be the last. Tomorrow it would be winter. — Elizabeth Enright