About Insouccient Designer

Laid back. Living in the moment. Love to read, play volleyball, hike, and sit by large bodies of water all alone. Small rivers are good too. I just love the moving water. Somebody Freud me please! I FB in small doses. But, for the most part, I dig on being alone and silent....who da thunk it?

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  • Insouccient shared from The Snow Child: A Novel (Pulitzer Prize in Letters: Fiction Finalists) by Eowyn Ivey
    if the world were new, hatched that very morning from an icy egg. Willow branches were cloaked in hoarfrost, waterfalls encased in ice, and the snowy land speckled with the tracks of a hundred wild animals: red-backed voles, coyotes and fox, fat-footed lynx, moose and dancing magpies.
    Note: continued from: The Snow Child
  • Insouccient shared from The Snow Child: A Novel (Pulitzer Prize in Letters: Fiction Finalists) by Eowyn Ivey
    Everything was sparkled and sharp, as
    Note: from: The Snow Child
  • Insouccient shared from The Snow Child: A Novel (Pulitzer Prize in Letters: Fiction Finalists) by Eowyn Ivey
    But Jack was seeking out that deep, opaque place where sound and pain and light are muted, where a man doesn’t have to put words to his despair because his numb tongue and useless lips can’t speak anything at all.
    Note: from Snow Child
  • Insouccient shared from Identical (Kindle County Book 9) by Scott Turow
    Evon angry, Heather abject. Evon had scared her, Heather had promised to repent. They could resume, with the hope that it would be better. There was a richness to that, to hoping.
    Note: This is us...
  • Insouccient shared from Chasing Rainbows by Kathleen Long
    “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that there was within me an invincible summer.”
    Note: This Is ---- hmm. m~~~~ it just is!
  • Insouccient shared from Chasing Rainbows by Kathleen Long
    o0o “There are moments when everything goes well; don’t be frightened, it won’t last.” –Jules Renard
    Note: just have a piece of chocolate its all good!
  • Insouccient shared from Chasing Rainbows by Kathleen Long
    o0o “Many people have a good aim in life, but for some reason they never pull the trigger.” -Unknown
    Note: so very true---as I'm only now finding out