S: Emily and Pascal, May 21, 2011
FC: M | Emily and Pascal May 21, 2011
1: Me vestries oris deus appulic. â€” Virgil
10: Miss Mills replied on general principles, that the cottage of content was better than the palace of splendor, and that where love was, all was. â€” Charles Dickens
13: By all means marry. If you get a good wife you will become happy, and if you get a bad one, you will become a philosopher. â€- Socrates
18: And the flowers had the look of flowers that are looked at. â€” T. S. Elliot
19: The Duke and Duchess of Champaign
21: When people always Try to take The very smallestPiece of cake How can it alsoAlways be That that'â€™s the oneThatâ€™s left for me? â€- Piet Hein
23: Lord forbid we should be tired with good things. â€” Henry Fielding
25: Two hearts that have been merged is marriage; two souls that have been merged is fate.
28: He said he had been constantly happy all his life, except one year that he was sick and three days that he was in love. â€” James Boswell
29: I know I was writing stories when I was five. I don'â€™t know what I did before that. Just loafed I suppose. â€” P. G. Wodehouse
30: I DO
31: Youâ€™ll never be much good unless you go without dinners to buy books. â€” C. S. Lewis
32: The best place to seek God is in a garden. You can dig for Him there. â€” George Bernard Shaw.