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!

Anonymous 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. ♥