Daily Archives: December 26, 2020

A Wizard’s Hat ~ Nicholas C. Rossis

Reblogged from Nicholas C. Rossis: Have you ever wondered where the pointy wizard hat stereotype stems from? Someone on Quora did and Wendy Carolan had the answer. Where Does the Idea of the Wizard’s Hat Come from? As you can … Continue reading

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Discovering Albion – day 7: Into the Crypt

We wandered into the cloisters, following the signs for the ticket office. The ruins are free… but there is a small museum and a tower. The museum we were not too fussed about seeing, but it just shows you… never … Continue reading

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Ars Geometrica: Six…

* …The rest of the Night and into the Dawn is something of a blur for us. One can only take in so much after all. We continued to turn the leaves of the little book… Leaf ‘Six’: Operation One: … Continue reading

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Not-Things… Stuart France

* ‘While-ever you’re attached to things, You’ll never understand not-things…’ Count Jack Black * Reblogged from France & Vincent

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My favourite Christmas poem and a review of Pass the Turkey by Sue Vincent

Originally posted on Writing to be Read:
Treasuring Poetry This is my final Treasuring Poetry post for 2020 and I am sharing my favourite Christmas poem, an extract from How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr Seuss. I love this…

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Remains of the day

A big box of chocolates sits on my desk, We had eaten enough that they’d last… So on Boxing Day, in a decadent move, I could use them for breaking my fast. There’ll be turkey sandwiches, cake and mince pies … Continue reading

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Ahead #midnighthaiku

Weathering the storm Strange festivities survived Brighter days ahead *

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