In her memoir Plant Dreaming Deep, May Sarton describes her move into a new house -- how she renovated it, planted the garden, met her neighbors.
At one point, she remarks, “If someone asked me what my idea of luxury is, I think my answer would be: flowers in the house all year round.”
I think mine would be: going into a bookstore and buying every book -- hardback or paperback -- that caught my eye.
I think of luxury in the context of spending a lot of money, but now that I think about it, it would be interesting to learn if most people's ideas of "luxury" are actually very expensive.
What's your idea of luxury?
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