...and then, of course, the day-in-, day-outers of the children, the gumbooted habitués, who twirled, dangled or dragged their walking sticks, and it mattered not what kind, as long as it had a curved handle.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Sheila Burnford Quote for the Day
From The Fields of Noon, by Sheila Burnford, 1964. Ms. Burnford reminisces about the outdoor habits of her Scottish childhood.