My favorite quote so far is in chapter 1 by Flora:
"I am only nineteen, but I have already observed that whereas there still lingers some absurd prejudice against living on one's friends, no limits are set, either by society or by one's own conscience, to the amount one may impose upon one's relatives."
This is funny! Yet, we could debate on if this quote is still relevant. I think most families aren't that close and the southern "visit" is going the way of the dial phone.
Sunday, January 08, 2006
at 9:33 PM