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R, S & T

…is for really, stupid, time management. 

Yes, on my behalf, I have been a slacker. I’m three posts behind…and today is already Thursday (U). However, ‘R, S & T’ are also for: 474 more words

Atozchallenge

U, U, U...

Dear reader,

Sometimes in this craziness that we call life, we need to stop and enjoy whatever moment we are currently in.  You’ve been on this month long journey with me for 25 days now, and I would like to thank you for joining – and continuing – with me.  50 more words

Blogging A To Z Challenge

A very merry un...

Dear reader,

Sometimes in this craziness that we call life, we need to stop and enjoy whatever moment we are currently in.  You’ve been on this month long journey with me for 25 days now, and I would like to thank you for joining – and continuing – with me.  37 more words

Life

Review! How Did Long John Silver Lose His Leg?: and Twenty-Six Other Mysteries of Children’s Literature

How Did Long John Silver Lose His Leg?: and Twenty-Six Other Mysteries of Children’s Literature

by Dennis Butts and Peter Hunt

ISBN: 9780718893101

“…definitely entertaining.” 12 more words

Review

We love Alice

On a summer day in 1862, a tall, stammering Oxford University mathematician named Charles Lutwidge Dodgson took a boat trip up the River Thames, accompanied by a colleague and the three young daughters of university chancellor Henry Liddell. 173 more words

Your Turn To Learn

The Chesire Cat's out of the bag - on a rare letter and an auction room

Last month there was some excitement in the news about a revealing and unpublished letter by Charles Dodgson (a.k.a. Lewis Carroll) which was coming up for sale at an auction in London. 402 more words

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