Neighborhood Cranes/To Give Without Any Reward, Or Any Notice, Has A Special Quality Of Its Own
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Pet of the Week, 10/10/2020, below:
Yes, these graceful and beautiful creatures, our neighborhood cranes, take their stroll with ease on an October afternoon. Whenever they visit us, we’d feed them sunflower seeds. And we Central Floridians would slow down our cars to respect their neighborly presence. Perhaps, deep down, we believe that: As long as they are around, the pace of our lives will be able to preserve its southern charm…so let’s slow down our cars when they are around…
Quote of the Week, 10/10/2020, below:
Anne Morrow Lindbergh once said, “To give without any reward, or any notice, has a special quality of its own.”
Anne Spencer Lindbergh (née Morrow; June 22, 1906 – February 7, 2001) was an American author and aviator, wife of decorated pioneer aviator Charles Lindbergh, with whom she made many exploratory flights.
Following the kidnap and murder of their eldest child, they lived in Europe, where Charles was impressed by Germany’s new air power. When they returned to America, he led the isolationist America First Committee. Anne’s supporting booklet The Wave of the Future declared that fascism was the inevitable way forward; she had also written a letter praising Hitler in unequivocal terms.
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