Book Quote Challenge: Day Three

Hello Everyone,

Here are my last three quotes for the Book Quote Challenge. Below I have nominated three people to continue the Challenge, and I have also put in the  link to each of  their blogs.



The Sour Cherry Surprise

“The truth is that I’m very good at forgiving. Forgiving is one o the things I do best.”


The Shimmering Blond Sister

“We may not be perfect. Far from it, in fact. But we always take care of our own. Never ever forget that.”


The Blood Red Indian Summer

“You made me realize that I’m not ready to be put out to pasture yet. I’m just like you––if I’m not helping someone, or at least trying, then they may as well dig a hole and cover me over.”


All quotes above are  taken from the book series, Berger & Mitry by David Handler.


My three nominees for the Book Quotes Challenge are:


A.J. Alexander

Susan Scott

Micki Peluso

Photo on 14-10-15 at 09.35 #5








Shalom Aleichem,

Pat Garcia


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11 Responses to Book Quote Challenge: Day Three

  1. First of all: I love the quotes. All three of them – and I couldn’t pick a favorite today. And I thank you so much for nominating me!! It is a great honor for me!! Thanks so much!


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  3. Susan Scott says:

    All 3 lovely quotes thank you Pat! Thank you for nominating me to carry the baton but I have to decline sorry to say. It is only now this Sat evening that I’ve been able to tend to what I’ve been needing and wanting to – I really would love to Pat, but time is of the essence to me right now! Plus, I’m hopeless at making links etc … please pass onto someone else Pat and I’m sorry I’m getting back to you only now… xxxx


    • patgarcia says:

      My Dear Friend,
      I understand very well. Thank you for getting back together to me about the nomination.
      Sending you warm greetings from Europe.
      Shalom Aleichem,


  4. Good quotes, Pat. “I’m just like you”–that one resonates.


    • patgarcia says:

      I’m just like you resonated with me also. I will keep moving and doing and learning and changing until I can do these things no more because I will have crossed over from this life.
      Thanks for coming by.


  5. I think the Blood Red Indian Summer quote is my favourite of the three. They are all good choices though, Pat!
    Thanks for sharing.


    • patgarcia says:

      Thank you, my dear. How are you in good old Canada? The Blood Red Indian Summer is also a great book. I am doing a review on each book on my book review blog. The Blood Red Indian Summer is the eighth book in the series.


      • Hello from a balmy winter land. It has been an amazing mild winter and my body appreciated the break from the normal -40 blustery days and nights. How about you in lovely Germany?
        You know I already have a library and a half to read! I am far enough behind that I may be considered eccentric in the way my nose is stuck to the computer screen AND the physical books that I have stacked beside me. lol
        Ah, c’est la vie! I was thinking about you earlier today and wondering if you still shut out the world for your Saturday morning coffee house reading time. Do you?


      • patgarcia says:

        Yes, I do, my dear. I have added Monday to my list of shutting myself away. Reading and writing go hand in hand. They are essential to my sanity. I still find myself staying up late at night and getting up early in the mornings, but I’m happy with that. Sometimes the nights turn into days because I lose sight of the time when I am reading a book or writing a chapter or a blog article. But that is my choice also, because it is at these times that I am working in my flow, and it is good to move in flow as I fulfill my purpose in life.
        Germany is cold and rainy. However, it is February and that is the way it always is in February. I look forward to warmer weather, blue skies, and nice cumulus clouds in Italy.
        Shalom my dear friend,


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