Old Victorian Flower Fete...

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Of beasts, and fireflies......

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Louise Penny
#11 in "Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series"
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I love this series, but have to admit that the recurring theme in this one, was a bit disturbing.   It is a tough theme, and should be disturbing. 
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But I still like being in Three Pines again....  With it's delightful ambiance and its very quirky inhabitants.
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And now, I have 3 more library books, on my table.  :-)
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And this is what I see, in the evening, when I look up from reading my book...   The garden faerie lights, down near the fence...   And the faerie lights, in the hearth room, reflected in the patio door.  Plus, the sound of the bird bath fountain...   

And if lucky, a firefly comes by.   If only we still had all the fireflies, which we used to have.  -sigh-
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Tsuneaki Hiramatsu ...long exposure photographs of fireflies
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7 comments:

Mama Pea said...

Lovely post. Well, maybe except for the not so pleasant recurring theme in the latest Louise Penny book. (Haven't read it.)

What comfy, cozy, delightful view of your reading spot at night.

Cheryl mylittlepieceofengland said...

I love finding a good series of books to read and even better with such a lovely view of fairy lights xx

Rosie said...

How lovely your view is of the fairy lights, what a great place to sit and read in the evening. I hear good reports of the Louise Penny books I must give them a try:)

local alien said...

Library books and fairies lights, and decent temperatures I presume. Wonderful

Lowcarb team member said...

What a lovely view of the fairy lights that is, so pretty.

All the best Jan

RO said...

The lights are so whimsical, and i just want to cuddle the kitty! Hugs...RO

Marilyn Miller said...

Wishing we had fireflies in Oregon, but we don't. Must check out that book too.