"I lived on the plains of North Texas for four years," she wrote in 1919. "It is the only place I have ever felt that I really belonged--that I really felt at home." ... "But I belonged," O'Keeffe told a friend. "That was my country--terrible winds and a wonderful emptiness."
Georgia O'Keeffe by Lloyd Goodrich and Doris Bry. New York : Praeger, , p.9.