‘All The Bright Places’ by Jennifer Niven
|Finch's Rules For Wandering- Love This!!!|
Violet and Theodore spend more time together as they are paired up for their school project for which they need to travel and visit places in their neighborhood and the outskirts of their town. They travel to several seemingly insignificant places in their town and leave something of their own there before returning. They click pictures, write, and jot down points about the places. I like the way they leave behind a tiny bit of their own in the place that they visit, for someone else to find, most probably another not so usual visitor, after months or years. Love the gesture, the thought behind it.
'We do not remember days, we remember moments. -Cesare Pavese. I remember running down a road on my way to a nursery of flowers. I remember her smile and her laugh when I was my best self and she looked at me like I could do no wrong and was whole. I remember how she looked at me the same way even when I wasn't.' - Theodore Finch
|Quoting Virginia Woolf - Wanna Read The Waves|