Ms. Montgomery, bless her for creating Anne [w/ an 'e'] of GGs, entered the world's stage in 1874, as did Sir Winston - Oh now, there's a scene I'd like to have witnessed, those two souls fixing to go down the chute, step from behind the starry curtain, get on the busses, one bound for an English mansion [and a beautiful, headstrong American mother/aristocratic, brilliant jerk of a father], the other headed for Prince Edward Island.
Rev. Swift had been here & gone by then. Came into this hard old world (his especially so, considering England's ever-nasty dealings with Ireland) 30 Nov 1667 & exited the stage in 1745.
And of course, Sam. Mark Twain. Would have been celebrating his –what? 39th birthday that day. Jeepers. What a day! Let's all have tea, wine, and little cakes – whilst dipping into books by this birthday sextet.
|Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks|
"Enthusiasm is the electricity of life."
|Lucy Maud Montgomery|
"Tomorrow is always fresh, with no mistakes in it."
– yet, anyway...
|Samuel Langhorne Clemens, a.k.a. Mark Twain|
"Apparently there is nothing that cannot happen today."
|Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill|
"You have enemies? Good. That means you've stood up for something in your life."
"Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others."
|Veda Boyd Jones|
"I want to see this world with an artist's eye."