Adventuresome Women Quotes

Quotes tagged as "adventuresome-women" (showing 1-5 of 5)
Freya Stark
“One life is an absurdly small allowance.”
Freya Stark

George MacDonald
“One day [the prince] lost sight of his retinue in a great forest. These forests are very useful in delivering princes from their courtiers, like a sieve that keeps back the bran. Then the princes get away to follow their fortunes. In this they have the advantage of the princesses, who are forced to marry before they have had a bit of fun. I wish our princesses got lost in a forest sometimes.”
George MacDonald, The Light Princess

“Like an unfinished symphony, her story played on my mind for most of my life. It would rock to the tune of the passage of time, an adagio of high notes, low notes an illusive movements. Then when I least expected it, I happened upon the missing notes in the life of Charlotte Howe Taylor.”
Sally Armstrong

Christine E. Schulze
“She was neither white nor black, Fyre nor Aquanite; she was a dame of the White King, and it was up to her, and her alone, to choose what path her life would take.”
Christine E. Schulze, The Prism of Ashlei

Gina Greenlee
“Each of us has our definition of adventure: ending an unsatisfying
relationship, returning to school, parachute jumping or training for a
marathon. Go ahead. Get your thrill on.”
Gina Greenlee, Postcards and Pearls: Life Lessons from Solo Moments on the Road