I’m a day late with this… but better late, than never. This is part of Writer’s Quote Wednesday, that is kindly hosted by Colleen on Silver Threading. It involves doing a pingback and I hope I’m getting the hang of it. Check out Colleen’s quote here : http://silverthreading.com/2014/12/17/writers-quote-wednesday-121714-c-s-lewis
One of my favourite places in England is the Lake District and it is from this beautiful place that my chosen writer hailed from.
I have two quotes for you…here’s the first.
I try to visit Grasmere, where his grave is, at least once a year. It feels like my second home.
It’s a beautiful place…guaranteed to appeal to your creative side; whether it be writing, painting or photography…I’ve done all three there. I can appreciate how the stunning scenery inspired Wordsworth and resulted in some wonderful words.
Here’s another quote.
Thanks to Colleen for hosting this blogging event and I hope you’ve enjoyed these quotes. If you ever decide to visit the Lake District give Grasmere a visit. There’s a museum at Dove Cottage, where he lived.
Thanks for taking the time to visit and enjoy the rest of your Thursday.
Until the next time.
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