A note from my daughter Rachel included this line, which made me miss her very much, “. . . the office is quiet and it’s raining out, raining hard. I wore no coat today (and I know you will disapprove), hoping to make the day spring by force of wardrobe.” I’m not sure this will make sense to a non-native English speaker, but it is so characteristic of Rachel!
Spring, by force of wardrobe
March 27th, 2007|Categories: Oddments|Tags: Great Barrington|
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