Her father who held an important position in the English Government in India, has no time to look at her or talk to her. We read The Secret Garden, written by Frances Hodgson Brunnett and illustrated by Inga Moore. This is a story of re-awakening of spirits, of growing to love and live and finding happiness in most unusual places and people. I avoided Rhonda Byrne’s The Secret for a long time, until I saw it on Netflix streaming.
When the video director finished, the footage had been spliced into approximately 90 billion frames, each lasting less than an eight of a second. For instance, one elderly gentleman wearing a necktie that I really liked had a golden key spinning in the air just over his left ear. PS: I am putting it out into The Universe, which is what I call Facebook, that you like this post. When she finds herself being shipped off to an uncle who is hunch-backed and lives in an old desolate place, Mary simply looks disinterested. And later in the story she meets Colin, her cousin, who like herself needs some of the special magic that makes Mary a little less contrary. That person refilmed some of the frames, shortened others that were lagging, and then rolled the camera down a hill.


He told them they'd inherit most of his money, but the will they have makes no mention of them. But Mary is secretly intrigued by the stories about Misselthwaite Manor and its inhabitants.
They each had a little totem floating by their head symbolizing something too profound for me. I couldn’t resist, which I suspect is because someone was manifesting their desire for me to listen to the man with the golden key over his shoulder while I drove to and from work for four days.
Then last night, I could have sworn I heard the music from the Secret coming out of my roommate’s room.
All those spinning, exploding keys can’t make it easy to absorb the specifics of the message. We simply can’t sit around with positive thoughts and expect the world to improve without doing something to make it better. Thin faced and with a thin body, with thin hair and a sour expression on her face, Mary Lennox never smiles. The aayah’s were strictly told to keep the child away from the parents if they were to keep the parents pleased. I will leave you to fall in love with this story because one can make such promises of stories like these!


We also heard the audio book, narrated by the most talented Finola Hughes (Best known for her award worthy work in TV series General Hospital).
No, she went rogue and was performing unnecessary surgeries on the hobos that tramped through her garden. We ricochet off each and follow new pathways that maybe we weren’t intending to because we just got pinged.
Governess’ were provided to teach, but none of them stayed long enough as they grew to dislike the child very much! Martha, the housemaid, who tells her stories about her mother and brothers and sisters all living in a small cottage at the edge of the moor. Her outstanding narration of the story alternating between British English and Yorkshire English is charming and adeptly executed. Then someone knowing, I suspect, relatively little about quantum physics, would make a point using the term quantum physics. And Dickon, a 12 year old boy with a pony who is Martha’s brother, who shows her to grow things.



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