"Only the rocks live forever."
Took a quick break from this, but I'm back at it.
"The Rockies are therefore very young and should never be thought of as ancient. They are still in the process of building and eroding, and no one today can calculate what they will look like ten million years from now. They have the extravagant beauty of youth, the allure of adolescence, and they are mountains to be loved."
Most likely, one of Michener's novels. I like both, don't think I can choose. Coffee with cream. Favorite teas are Earl Grey and Constant Comment. Read best in my comfy recliner in the family room. I have loved reading since my mom took me to the library after the last day of school of first grade. I got my first library card, checked out the maximum--3 books--read them all as soon as we got home and cried when I couldn't go back for more.
#FunFridayPhoto - My very last assigned book in high school English was also my favorite - Centennial by James Michener. I thought it was a great choice for keeping everyone interested and engaged in the last couple of weeks before graduation. Mr. Green was the best!
At 1038 pages, Centennial will definitely qualify for the longest book in my TBR for BOTNS Summer Book Bingo! Plus, I've lived in Colorado for 12 years now - I'm looking forward to learning more of the history!