The Second Window – A Teige Roe Novel
This year in my part of the world the Fall Season is considerably warmer than in the past which is taking the vibrant colors of a typical Fall to drab dull browns and muted colors. It looks like the type of Fall you might see far to the south in much warmer climates.
I’m not a climate change believer…sorry, I just think weather is cyclical and you have warmer years and colder years. I recall one year when my little girl who is grown now got her backyard play set in February. That year, nearly 15 years ago we had 83* day for 5 straight days. So we got out and built that playset.
Wherever you are I hope your enjoying the Fall season and are looking forward to cooler weather and trips to your local cider mill for festivities.
You may recall reading some of their classics during your education.
The strength of these women, their challenges, victories, and tragedies were so impactful. To overcome all the hurdles they faced, and rise to the level of some of the most revered literary works in the history of English novels, or for that matter novels anywhere, was amazing.
So soon after publishing such great works as Wuthering Heights (Emily), Jane Eyre (Charlotte), The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (Anne), to pass away from the plague of the time (tuberculosis), was very tragic.
Though they each were so incredibly gifted; women had little standing in the 19th century. Publishing as women was near impossible, and thus the reason they wrote under male pseudonyms. All members of the family except papa died from the awful disease but they persevered under such daunting circumstances.
I don’t have a single bone in my body with a cell of the talent that they had, but I don’t have the overwhelming challenges they had either. I will push along this arduous journey and hopefully one day accomplish many of the goals I aim for, but until then I will use the Bronte sisters as inspiration.
How about you? What inspires you?