- reading about Aunt Peg's unexplainable need to create made me choke up and ache to make something. I'm gonna love this book.
- love the description of Harrod's. is it really like that???
- if someone ever wants to make me an elaborate scavenger hunt style adventure in Europe you have my permission. And psssst…I took 5 years of French so that so that could be a good destination for a while!
- I want to know if the pineapple is whole!
- heeheeeeee well at I'm not the only one incapable of making things weird.
- ah girl falls for experienced boy. <sigh> I recall this story vaguely from a time when I was less sarcastic.
- letter #6…maureen knows us-idealistic-artistic-with-issues-types too well thinks I.
- smiling. very strange, but right.
- one day I will go to Paris.
- I think I'd like a Stroopwaffle, please.
- why do things that have best-thing-that-ever-happened-to-me potential terrify us so?
- tears. I'm such a crier. <sigh>
I just finished this really lovely book. Very enjoyable & surprisingly cheerful considering the reason Ginny is on the journey in the first place. The only thing I found unfathomable was the fact that Ginny's parents let her go on this trip alone at 17. But it is a book so I guess that's how it goes! Overall a fun read!
Reading through my thoughts again and noticing I am quite the fan of sentence fragments and punctuation. Hmmmm.
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Please note the free online version is the first 80 or so pages…in other words just enough to suck you right in to the story! However, the browse function is a fabulous way to try out authors you might not be familiar yet while taking absolutely no risk. I mean, hey, after 80 pages I think you can be sure you'll like the book and buy it. Try it out!