Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Week 37: Mary Coyle Chase


“It's quite possible to leave your home for a walk in the early morning air and return a different person—beguiled, enchanted.”

—Mary Coyle Chase

Journalist, playwright and screenwriter,
primarily known for having written the
Broadway play Harvey.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize (drama)

5 comments:

Mary Cunningham said...

Love this!

Crystal Clear Proofing said...

It is amazing what even a short walk and a little introspection can do for our outlook, disposition and general happiness!

Diana Black said...

Thanks, ladies!

It's just an enchanting thought...and when you consider it's from the writer who created the wonderful character Harvey, it's even more special!

Diana

Crystal Clear Proofing said...

Oh I LOVE Harvey!!!

Anonymous said...

The most wonderful single word line of dialog ever written is in Harvey.
"when?"

It asks and answers all of life's questions.