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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

and this explains why I, sometimes, feel like a wandering cow...

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"Creatures, I give you yourselves," said the strong, happy, voice of Aslan. "I give to you forever this land of Narnia. I give you the woods, the fruits, the rivers. I give you the stars and I give you myself. The Dumb Beasts whom I have not chosen are yours also. Treat them gentle and cherish them but do not go back to their ways lest you cease to be Talking Beasts. For out of them you were taken and into them you can return. Do not so."
~ C. S. Lewis, The Magician's Nephew ~

Blessings ~ the merry month of...April ~ C. S. Lewis ~ Narnia ~ the dumb and the talking beasts ~ God's creation ~

14 comments:

  1. Such a fun adventure - Narnia!

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  2. What a great photo and a great quote to go with it! I hope you are well, good friend. I've been reading your posts. Sending LOVE!

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  3. alas...the beasts do not deserve some of what we who were chosen have given.

    I loved Narnia -

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  4. I have heard so much about Narnia. I am looking for a set of the books, and would like to see the DVD's too after seeing a snippet of one.

    Happy Easter dear Sandra ~ FlowerLady

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  5. You just made me want to pull out my Narnia series & read it all the way through!

    You're on Ravelry I see - I need to add you as a friend ;)

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  6. Beautiful photo to go with these words from Narnia.
    Wishing you a Blessed Week and Happy Easter.
    Hugs, CM

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  7. Time to pull out the old books. Thanks for th reminder!

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  8. A farmer's nightmare . . . to see their own cow walking down the road haha!! We've had a few of those phone calls "hello, you have a cow out!" Blessings from rainy Missouri today!!

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  9. Popping round to everyone on the blog list that's donated to let you know Bridge and Beyond is involved in a blogging challenge for the month of April. Would love you to visit, to read, to comment...that's all part of the challenge. Thank you for support. Even if you're not currently knitting or crocheting, or looming, the visits, reading, and commenting are helpful and appreciated.

    Sandy at Bridge and Beyond

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  10. I love C. S. Lewis! I may just have to read the Narnia series again. :)

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  11. Too funny! We have a farm down the road and found their escaped bull while walking in the park. My friend suggested I put my dogs leash around its neck and lead it home. I noticed she said that from the safety of a thicket of bushes!

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  12. Too funny ! And she appears to be perfectly comfortable walking down the middle of the road.

    I love that quote.

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  13. Such a funny encounter on the road!

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  14. I love those books. Lewis had such insights.

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