??? {Mystery Quote #21} ???

Dad ordered a hamburger one night in China that had egg and cheese and probably something else on it, and he let me taste it.  It was the best hamburger I’d ever eaten. . .


. . . until Sunday night, when we had this for dinner.


Dad felt like a burger, but we didn’t have hamburger buns, so he fried bread and butter on the electric skillet instead.  And then we added egg, and cheese, and bacon, and fried onion–just for kicks.  This is a good house to live in! 🙂

And we also had a super moon, a blood moon, and a lunar eclipse on Sunday night–if I got all those names right. 🙂  We went out several times and took pictures.  Mine didn’t turn out very well, but Dad some really neat ones with the big camera.  For example:



This is one Dad got after it started turning orange (the blood moon aspect):


It was super cool!  And, while we were standing around looking at the moon, I saw a possum a few houses down!

And the last several mornings we’ve had a squirrel in the tree right outside our kitchen window!




Anyway, you guys are probably all wondering if I’m actually doing a “Mystery Quote”.  Yes, I am, and here it is:

Last week’s quote was from The Bronze Bow by Elizabeth George Speare, Chapter 16.  The [her] is Leah, the [she] is Thacia, and the [he] is Daniel.

Savannah and Katie correctly guessed the title, and Ellen guessed. . . everything. 🙂  And now for this week:

“Since I leave now all gold and silver, and go where it is of little worth, I wish to part in friendship with you, and I would take back my words and deeds at the Gate.”

Happy guessing!

33 thoughts on “??? {Mystery Quote #21} ???”

  1. Wow!!! So cool!!!!
    Hannah got some pictures but we went to bed before the actual Blood Moon, I think……….
    A POSSUM!??!?!?!??!?!? Like, an actual POSSUM!??!?!?!?!?!?!? FREAKY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Gross!! #IDontLikePossums

    Okay……I have a feeling it’s from the Bible, but I also have a feeling that it’s from something totally different………….I’ll keep thinking.

  2. Maybe Pilgrim’s Progress? I’m not sure, and I’m wondering if it is something from the Lord of the Rings or The Hobbit. (I don’t know anything about those, so I’m guessing Pilgrims progress. )

  3. The Hobbit. By J.R.R Tolkien, chapter 18 page 301. Thorin is speaking to Biblibo. I cried my eyes out at this part during the movie, and was upset during the book.

    1. I don’t really have any idea what you two are talking about, considering the fact that I have never watched, or read, The Hobbit. But something tells me that you both really like this… Thorin. 🙂 ~Sky

    1. Wait a sec, Ellen and Sky! I don’t really think you get credit if you copy someone else. Didn’t I say that???
      In reality, I’ll probably include you. I’m too tenderhearted to leave people out. . .

    1. Well, I had thought it possibly was The Hobbit, but didn’t finalize my answer until I saw the other answers. So I guess you’re good there, Jaidyn 🙂 . ~Savannah

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