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What Anne of Green Gables Taught Me About Being a Homemaker

Loved the period of fashion and decor of the L. Montgomery books and films.Anne of Green Gables; Road to Avonlea

I don't want diamond sunbursts, or marble halls.

"I don't want diamond sunbursts, or marble halls." Anne of Green Gables, my favourite book :)

Gilbert Blythe: Maybe you don’t think I’m good enough for you now, but I will be someday.       Anne Shirley: No, Gil you’re a great deal too good for me. But you want someone who’ll adore you. Someone who’ll be happy just to hang on your arm and build a home for you. I wouldn’t.       Gilbert Blythe: Anne, that’s not what I’m looking for at all.       Anne Shirley: We’ll end up like two old crows fighting all the time. I know I’d be unhappy and I’d wish we’d never done it.

Gilbert Blythe: Maybe you don’t think I’m good enough for you now, but I will be someday. Anne Shirley: No, Gil you’re a great deal too good for me.

"Anne, you have tricked something out of that imagination of yours that you call romance. Have you forgotten how he gave up the Avonlea school for you so that you could stay here with me? He picked you up everyday in his carriage so that you could study your courses together. Don’t toss it away for some ridiculous ideal that doesn’t exist."  - Marilla Cuthbert

“ “Anne, you have tricked something out of that imagination of yours that you call romance. Have you forgotten how he gave up the Avonlea school for you so that you could stay here with me?

“Oh, you look like a Gibson Magazine cover”- Anne Of Green Gables: The Sequel Throughout Anne Of Green Gables: The Sequel, Anne Shirley sports a very distinctive Edwardian style hairdo. At...

“Oh, you look like a Gibson Magazine cover”- Anne Of Green Gables: The Sequel Throughout Anne Of Green Gables: The Sequel, Anne Shirley sports a very distinctive Edwardian style hairdo.

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