Friday, July 23

To Kill a Mockingbird


"Atticus told me to delete the adjectives and I'd have the facts" --Harper Lee
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Whenever the forces of injustice confront me, I read this book. It happens more often than I'd like to admit. Still, I turn the last page and every time I have a feeling of hope.
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I collect different editions of this book and wonder about the previous readers of that particular book. Mostly, I wonder how they ever let it go.
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Here's to a weekend of less thinking, more kissing (the ones you love, of course),
xoSherry

11 comments:

*jean* said...

here here! less thinking, more kissing and that book...it is my number one, all time favorite...cool that you collect it, and i agree, who would ever let it go. it was the very first book i ever bought myself...hope you have a great weekend.

JennTRC said...

love this book!

elisa said...

It is such a great book! I just love the story. Have a great weekend relaxing and kissing the ones you love!

annechovie said...

Great reminder, Sherry!

Catherine Ivins said...

Ah, yes- one of my all-time favorite books, too (and fave movie)- I almost named my daughter Scout.

"Mostly, I wonder how they ever let it go." - I love that line

I don't think I own a copy right now ... how did I let it go ... maybe it is in your collection

I have never collected various copies of the same book- love that

xo- Cat :)
have a wonderful weekend- supposed to be very hot...

BlackStar said...

Love that book! And I just saw the movie again last weekend for the umpteenth time.
Here's to a wonderful, peaceful relaxing weekend for all.
xoxo

Julie Beck said...

i feel the same way about Catcher in the Rye

woolies said...

Just had a conversation with both my sons, who have both read the book. My 17 year old thinks it is perhaps one of the very best books ever written. I quite agree.
Ha - and I just read the last post - Catcher in the Rye is also one of the very best. (I was an English major, what can I say...)

Pretty Things said...

I love that book. And I forget, I used to know how many editions you had?

Ginny Huber said...

Wonderful book..a longtime favorite of mine! Great that you collect it!

DancingMooney ♥ said...

I'll have to add this one to my wish list... can't say I've read it in quite a very long time. ♥