Family: Book Quote Sunday #3

March 30, 2014 at 8:15 am (Book Commentary, Life) (, , , , , , , , )

Still, you never could tell. Especially when it came to family. You thought you were done with someone, and they’d reappear when you least expected to see them. (p. 142)

The Probable Future
by Alice Hoffman
Toronto: Doubleday, 2003

I do believe I will be dealing with family issues until the day I die. Don’t we all? The picture, above, is from my trip to Scotland – my paternal grandfather’s ancestral home. I didn’t get close to where he lived but here is the capital city of Edinburgh and I know that my grandfather walked these streets at least at one point in his life. This is why I would time travel – to meet my ancestors and know them before they knew me.

The picture is for the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life.

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    Thank you for the link!

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