You can always start over, saddle a fresh horse and take another trail– Louis L’Amour
”The woman who is chic is always a little different. Not different in being...– Emily Post
Pour bien aimer une vivante, il faut l’aimer comme si elle devait mourir...– Proverbe Arabe translated: “To fully love the living, better love them as if they were to die tomorrow”
Too much of anything is bad, but too much champagne is just right.– Mark Twain
I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope...– F. Scott Fitzgerald
Rules for My Unborn Son →
The always charming F.E. Castleberry shares with us Walker Lamond’s lovely ‘Rules For My Unborn Son.’ Boys need rules. One man’s instructions for raising a thoughtful, adventurous, honest, hardworking, self-reliant, well-dressed, well-read, well-mannered young gentleman.
Come live in my heart, and pay no rent.– Samuel Lover
And think not you can Direct the course of love, For love, If it finds you...– Kahlil Gibran
lessons in lovely, number two
Always start your correspondence on the first page visible when you open a foldable card, such as right of the fold ~ That way the recipient opens the note and is drawn straight to the salutation.
You know what charm is: A way of getting the answer ‘yes’ with out...– Albert Camus, The Fall ~ From Elaine Sciolino’s La Seduction: How the French Play the Game of Life