Quotations from Virginia Woolf, often (but not always) linked to flowers, usually inspired by what is in bloom, and accompanied by my photos and artwork or that of friends. (Quotations are from the standard American editions: mostly the annotated Harcourt Brace series edited by Mark Hussey)
Friday, July 3, 2015
In Memorium--Mary Warner Mack: July 3, 2015
Mark Warner Mack (d. July 3, 2014) among the bluebells in Monk's House Garden, May 2012.
All of this made a kind of happy jumble in my brain, together with the store of old fashioned chairs and tables, glass & furniture with which every inch of room space is crowded; I came back and told my story as quietly as I could, & next day L. & I went together and made a thorough inspection. He was pleased beyond his expectation. The truth is he has the making of a fanatical lover of that garden. It suits me very well, too, to ramble off among the Telscombe downs, when fine; or tread out my paces up the path & across the lawn when dark or wind blown.