Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Lydie Dickinson on a Sunday Morning!

Real Estate Agent with Realty Executives Tri County, Bellingham MA

I think this is the perfect quote for a Sunday morning. I have been a fan of Mr. Marquez for many years now. My “all-time” favorite book is: “1000 Years of Solitude”.

A few years back, I celebrated my birthday with friends and as a “thank you/ love you” to all of my guests I gave them all a copy of this book. Many enjoyed it very much. Others found it hard to keep reading through. I guess not everyone can appreciate Gabriel’s particular style.

In any case, he sweeps me off my feet every chapter of every book he has ever written. I was not surprise the least this morning, when I found this line. Well… it made my day. Any thoughts?


"I think women try to hold the world together so that it doesn´t fall apart while men try to push history forward. In the end, one wonders which of the two is the less sensible."
--Gabriel García Márquez

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Lydie Ouellet Dickinson, Realtor  Bellingham, Mass                                                                       

Realty Executives Tri-County  508-265-2117                 

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Barbara-Jo Roberts Berberi, MA, PSA, TRC - Greater Clearwater Florida Residential Real Estate Professional
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No particular thoughts on his quote.........I think that today's women often try just as hard as some men to push things forward.........put it is always good to have a favorite author. Too many people don't take the time to read books anymore...

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