Sunday, October 20, 2013

Happy Sunday Reading

The incoming mail turned up a nice note recently from a blog reader:

"Since I recently provided an unintentional assist in a club soda purge of your nasal passages (removes stains from carpets and table linens, TOO!) I thought I might be forgiven for bringing a favorite parable to your attention. (I confess to being a bit disillusioned that you admitted in cold print to have been drinking club soda - which I think of as Vodka-Helper).

I know from reading your blog that you read widely outside your cherished (felonious, blood-spattered) genres, so while recently re-reading Jean Giono's "The Man Who Planted Trees" for the umpteenth time, it occurred to me that you might appreciate this taut and lovely little tale.

I expect that it is likely that you have already read it, but on the off chance you haven't, I include a link."

I had not read it, but have now.

A lovely lovely story for a Sunday afternoon.

Happy Reading!


Carolynnwith2Ns said...

Barely 8am on Sunday and I read the story.
It makes me feel as if I just got out of church.

Just Jan said...

Thank you for sharing! What an inspiring story.

Marian Perera said...

That was a wonderful story. I wish I could see those trees for myself... and maybe plant a few acorns as well.

Anonymous said...

Such a simple thing...and such a wondrous result. Thank you for sharing the story. I loved it.

Britni Patterson said...

Thank you for sharing such a thoughtful gift.


A Happy Monday Reading about one of God's Athletes.

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