A reflection from “Ask Again, Yes” by Mary Beth Keane

“Speaking was a habit she’d gotten into years ago, in the distant past, and that she’d stopped she felt no desire to start again. It was pointless anyway – all the blah-blah-blabbing and, still, no one understood each other.”

2 thoughts on “A reflection from “Ask Again, Yes” by Mary Beth Keane

  1. Yes your words are very true. Some days I just feel like closing myself up with a book and not talking to anybody. It is so much better to just be with the characters in the book. They almost become your best friends. As if you know every habit and preferences of that person. The experience is wonderful and so is your book shelf.

    Best wishes from The Strong Traveller and have a great day

    Do have a look at my blog whenever you find the time. There is some travel and lifestyle content which you may find interesting. Your thoughts will surely be very valuable. 🙂

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