Letters of a Woman Homesteader Quotes

Elinore Pruitt Stewart
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"I was not a bit offended when he insisted on making love all the way, especially after he told me that he was a widower Mormon." (Chapter 1, 4)

"This has been for me the busiest, happiest summer I can remember." (Chapter 3, 15)

"But when you get among such grandeur you get to feel how little you are and how foolish is human endeavor, except that which reunites us with the mighty force called God." (Chapter 4, 30)

"Joy waves are radiating from this ranch and about Thanksgiving morning one will strike you." (Chapter 5, 53)

"I am the luckiest woman in finding really lovely people and having really happy experiences." (Chapter 7, 62)

"The thing I have done is to marry Mr. Stewart." (Chapter 9, 79)

"They ain't for me, I know they ain't. Why it ain't my birthday, it's Granny's." (Chapter 10, 94)

"When you get to be as old as I am, child, everything will have a new meaning...

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