Virginia Woolf–by Mussmann
November 13th, 2019
Virginia Woolf’ “The past is beautiful because one never realizes an emotion at the time. It expands later, and thus we don’t have complete emotions about the present, only the past.”
Yes the past is described here by one of my favorite writers—Woolf. Reading her work long ago becomes a kind of past—that one can remember at the moment of the engagement—and savor for all of one’s life—some writers make a dent in our minds—she (Woolf) is one such writer—as time goes on the writing gets deeper—and the memory of the experience is heightened by the remembrance of reading—words words what an impact they have on us—to read to write is to have pleasure—a private pleasure—a discourse with the writer and the reader is a most private thing.
Have a nice day as we watch winter descend on our door steps — we imagined it and now it is real as we shiver with our shoulders held in a grip—to shield us from the cold— Nov. 13-2019
okay it starts the loss of light—