Today is a treat for everyone. I am sharing one of my favourite passages from A Beauty So Rare by Tamera Alexander. The main reason why I chose it was because it reminds me of my time exploring Bellingrath Gardens in Theodore,Alabama. The gardens must have been as extensive as Belmont Mansion and its extensive gardens, but granted they are an 80 year difference.
Thankful for the wonderful picture written in describing the greenhouse, and such….but to catch a glimpse of this post civil war is awesome.
Do you have a glimpse of the gardens? The flowers? The scents of the flowers?
“Colors. Everywhere. Explosions of it. And in hues Eleanor had never seen before, much less in
flowers. Tones so rich and vibrant. Others so pure, soft as a whisper. She could not decide where to
look next or which was more beautiful. Or if the beauty was, at the least in part, to knowing the man
responsible for it.” Pg. 177 of A Beauty So Rare by Tamera Alexander.
Do you have a pinterest account? Do you enjoy Scavenger Hunts? Well here is one for you.
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