She never sat down in a car but stood, braced tense, facing the wind. Now and again she would turn her face toward me with an apologetic expression as though to say: "I have not forgotten that you are here but there are certain pleasures I cannot share with you." Her nose never ceased its sensitive quivering.— Mazo de la Roche
The most restlessness Mazo de la Roche quotes to discover and learn by heart
My Scottie refused to go for a walk with a friend of the house, but she would joyously accompany any stranger who drove a car.
a church is an interesting place once you get the parson and the people out of it. Real music can get in then, and a real God! Nothing flibertigibbet about religion then.
Every one regards his duty as a troublesome master from whom he would like to be free.
The perfection of a thing consists in its essence;
there are perfect criminals, as there are men of perfect probity.