Do you remember specific moments while reading that gave

Do you remember specific moments while reading that gave

9/4/2021, 6:03:02 PM
Do you remember specific moments while reading that gave you chills? There are two moments that I remember very very clearly that gave me chills while reading. . 1) On the second page of Harry Potter when the Dursely family is bustling about their morning and their breakfast, the sentence “None of them noticed a large, tawny owl flutter past the window.” sent a real thrill through me. For me, that was the first touch of magic in the books. . 2) In the chronicles of Narnia when the beavers say “Aslan is on the move.” even just typing it gives me a little thrill all over again. There is such power in that phrase, and the Pevensies could feel the change just at saying his name! (every Spring, as the snow begins to visibly melt, we always used to say “Aslan must be on the move” haha.) . I was sent this beautiful journal from @dearheartletterco and was hit with a sweet dose of nostalgia and familiarity of the phrase and world that I hold very dear. The kind that you only get from a story that has been with you a long long time. I’ve got tons of journals and notebooks, but I think I’m going to save this one for something special. . I hope Aslan is on the move wherever you are today and that you’re having a lovely return to work and school after the holiday here in the US! . #aslanisonthemove #cslewis #thechroniclesofnarnia #thelionwitchandthewardrobe

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