It is very exciting to be up on the roof of a house. We had a yelling contest there the other night to see which could yell the loudest. To my surprise I found I could. You never can tell what you can do till you try.
One night when the Rev Mr Dare was here to tea I used the word bull in my conversashun. I said Ilse and I were afraid to go through Mr James Lee‘s pasture because he had a cross bull there. After Mr Dare had gone, Aunt Elizabeth gave me an awful skolding and told me I was never to use that word again. But he had been talking of tigers at tea and I can‘t understand why it is more disgraceful to to talk about bulls than tigers.
I need something soothing for the soul after the brilliant but hellish A House and Its Head and am revisiting this old favourite for #ChildrensClassicRead2020. I love the descriptive writing in this one 💚
This is a cool thing. Follow the link for more information and to see the list of 100 books. I happen to be reading one from the list at the moment: Emily of New Moon.
Just finished this lovely book😍 I particularly enjoyed reading the letters written by Emily with all her innocent and honest spirit. Even while going through the rough phases, Emily keeps her spirit high and positive. Overall a #feelgoodbook 🥰 My first book in #childrensclassicread2020