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The Masterpiece Never Written

A while ago, Emma from BluChickenninja wrote a great post about pens, with pictures and descriptions of half a dozen of her favourite. I was reminded of this when I went through the pens on offer in my broken-handled mug and none of them worked. 117 more words

Writing

OLIVER TWIST

As the April,2015 marks the beginning of A to Z Challenge 2015…here goes my fifteenth post for the letter:O :D
For O, I’ve chosen OLIVER TWIST by Charles Dickens! 115 more words

Life

Chapter the First: In Which Things Are Introduced

Charles Dickens was an English novelist, who lived in the nineteenth century. He was born in 1812 and died in 1870, at age of 58. This prolific novelist has been praised, condemned, idolised, and ‘read’. 861 more words

Book

April Tequila Mockingbirds Meet #15

16 April 2015, 6:30pm
Southside Tea Room

I confess I have yet to learn that a lesson of the purest good may not be drawn from the vilest evil.

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Book Club

MAGGIE MITCHELL: CELEBRATED THEATRE ACTRESS WHO PERFORMED IN FRONT OF PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN

Maggie Mitchell (1832-1918) was a famous American actress, born in New York. Her first regular stage appearance was in “The Soldier’s Daughter” at the Chambers Street Theatre in 1851. 184 more words

Actresses

Getting up on the wrong side of the bed

***Grammy’s Musings Strike Again***

This morning Noodle came down stairs in a terrible mood. The “surly-cranky-pants- nothing-will-soothe-me” kind of mood…I’m sure you know what I talking about. 518 more words

Parenting