“Three Quotes, Three Days”

This is the last of the “Three Day Quote” Challenge, and I must say I have enjoyed finding these quotes, I just hope those that read them have enjoyed them.   I know its only One Quote I should be writing but please allow me a little treat, my favourite Writer from a child to now George Eliot.  My all time favourite book of hers is “Mill on the Floss” about Maggie Tulliver and Brother and Family.   If you get a chance please do read it.   Anyway if I may, below are the two Quotes.

George Eliot, her real name Mary Ann Evans.  She was a Novelist. Poet, Journalist and Translator.   Born November 22, 1819 Nuneaton, Warwickshire   –   She Died December 22, 1880 in Chelsea London.


“It is never too late to be what you might have been”

“Anger and jealousy can no more bear to lose sight of their objects than love”



I would like to sincerely thank Angela over at “angela campbell x12” for the opportunity she gave me and the fun I have had finding and writing these quotes.  Please look Angela up, she has a fabulous Blog, do have a read.

Hope you have enjoyed these quotes as much as I have writing them.



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