Friday, 20 August 2010

22nd August 2009

And so it continues today...
Jose Saramago - Warmth's favourite author
The man and woman over can see that they like each other, that they're fond of each other, that they love each other, you can see that they're happy, look they just smiled.' Jose Saramago Seeing

I Love sleeping...
'At night they slept curled together like two cashews' Anne Tyler Digging to America

We'd watched Life is Beautiful and both loved it. Warmth wrote this in my valentine's card that year.
'Last night, I dreamt about you all night' Life is Beautiful

Old Possoms book of practical cats we both have strong childhood memories of this and it connects to our London life.
The cottagers of Rotherhithe knew something of his fame;
At Hammersmith and Putney people shuddered at his name.
They would fortify the hen-house, lock up the silly goose,
When the rumour ran along the shore:
T.S. Eliot Growltiger's Last Stand

Charles Dickens - my favourite author
'A heart well worth winning, and well won. A heart that, once won, goes through fire and water for the winner, and never changes, and is never daunted.' Charles Dickens Our Mutual Friend

Anna Karenina - Warmth's Valentines day gift to me after we'd been dating a few weeks - I knew he liked me when I received this.
'In their conversationeverything had been said; it had been said that she loved him, and that she would tell her father and mother that he would come tomorrow morning.'

'There were no other eyes like those in the world. There was only one creature in the world who would concentrate for him all the brightness and meaning of life. It was she.'
Leo Tolstoy Anna Karenina

Our first dance
'And when you smile the world is brighter
You touch my hand and I'm a king
Your kiss to me is worth a fortune
Your love for me is everything
Elvis Presley The wonder of You

Madness It Must Be Love for old school friends of Warmth.
As soon as I wake up
Every night, every day
I know that it's you I need
To take the blues away

It must be love, love love...

I read Adam Bede for this passage. It was nearly going to be in our service.

'What greater thing is there for two human souls than to feel that they are joined together to strengthen each other in all sorrow, to share with each other in al gladness, to be one with each other in the silent unspoken memories.' George Eliot Adam Bede


  1. I don't like Dickens as a rule but even I have to admit that that quote is beautiful, true and suprisingly (for him) to the point.

  2. 'Like two cashews'! Its lovely but the comparison made me laugh out loud for some reason.

  3. Love this sweet post! Gorgeous photos of what looks like a wonderful and certainly heartfelt wedding. I am absolutely in love with your dress!!

  4. Didn't I leave a comment here yesterday? I was so moved by the photographs and quotes, and I thought for sure I'd left word indicating that...if it disappeared, sorry. I can try to recreate my thoughts? ;)

  5. Tonia - oh do maybe I shall have a Dickens week for you.
    Catherine - glad it made you laugh.
    Hip Hip - I too love my dress - oh when to wear it again?
    Bellezza - no I don't think you did leave a comment (unless blogger playing up) thank you for re posting.


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