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What was I thinking

The lock button on my 4S has been officially dead for quite some time now. The only way to start up the pathetic phone is to wait for its battery to drain and then plug it into a power source. 186 more words

Jabberwocky

My Favourite Poems #4|| Jabberwocky

We’re nearing the end of my series of poems so I thought I’d go with a classic. This poem, by Lewis Carroll, is what I think is called a nonsense poem, very much like ‘The Walrus and The Carpenter’ by the same author. 243 more words

Poetry

Ask Alice about the child-like appeal of Through the Looking-Glass

Remember, if you can, how the world appeared when you were seven-and-a-half, when fantasy and possibility still trumped logic and limitation. Now add the elasticity of dreams where unlikely connections – say, wearing your pajamas on the morning bus ride to work – are the order of the day. 772 more words

Local Arts

Jabberwocky

Review by Flossie Waite
A Little Angel Theatre Production
Little Angel Theatre
From 29th November – 1st February
For ages 6+ to adults

“ ‘Twas brillig, and the slithy toves, Did gyre and gymble in the wabe…” The meaning of Lewis Carroll’s poem from… 271 more words

Children's Theatre

Ooops

You know you are too reliant on technology when you shouted “Undo!” after realizing you have accidentally erased something wrongly on paper.

Jabberwocky

Day 6: Alone in Wonderland

I’m down today. So if this blog post is short, I apologize. I just don’t know if there’s much to say.

I’m sad. My friends don’t seem to care or want me around, I’m not even sure how much my boyfriend wants me around. 57 more words