Hope is a light diet

Quote of the Day
“Hope is a light diet, but very stimulating.”
– Honoré de Balzac

It is with Hope that I look forward to the end of 2013 and the start of 2014. Hope is sometimes hard to maintain and is indeed a ‘light diet’ but can be everything you need to sustain yourself through the good and bad times… it is everything when you are looking toward your future.

About Honoré de Balzac
French writer Honoré de Balzac, born in 1799 in Tours, is considered the father of European realism. He produced a vast collection of novels and short stories, collectively known as “La Comédie humaine” (The Human Comedy). His topics range from political intrigue in Paris to quiet country family life. He wrote for up to 15 hours a day and revised obsessively. He married Evelina Hanska in 1850 after an 18-year correspondence and died just five months later.


About creatornorthshoregirl

Adopted at birth, orphaned by her adoptive parents by age 15 - Patti has made her way in the world since that time until recently... reunited with birth relatives - she is thrilled to be a Mayflower descendent, 5 x great grand daughter of Ezekiel Gooderham (of Gooderham & Worts Distillery, Toronto), 21 degrees of separation from Queen Victoria, a descendent of United Empire Loyalists - Butler's Rangers - which help establish Upper Canada and a London Born Mother who made it through the bombings of WW2. What this means to Patti? Her tenacity and adaptability are not only proudly her own but also passed down through her genetics. Human Journey Storyteller www.youtube.com/channel/UCuqugfbhcwO8qzqlCaBDuIw vimeo.com/user1892390
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