I'm reading The Scent of Water for about the 5th or 6th time.
It's our Book Club "read" for February.
The British author is Elizabeth Goudge who began writing books in the 1930s.
One of our "Illustrious" ladies said that she wrote with a paintbrush. What a lovely thought
and so very true!
There are too many passages to choose from but one of my favorites...
"The old-fashioned room was filled with the quietness of the deep country and the light of a
marvelous sunset. Mrs. Baker, who had loved the dead woman, was touched to awe by the tide of gold. It was like water, she thought, flooding into the room..."
"touched to awe"....selah.....
Have you ever experienced that?
Just may have to share more as I continue reading.