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Jack & Jill

Two lovers
bound by thirst,

quenched at the moment
of their deaths.

E-I-E-I-O

Today we went to see Old McDonald had a Farm, performed by the People’s Theatre Company at Rheged.

It was a last minute trip and definately worth it. 126 more words

Children And Family

{the ordinary moments} Sing Along

This week, my Ordinary Moment is dedicated to an old favourite of mine. Something which seems to have vanished since Lil G started nursery. It is most definitely something which makes me smile and most definitely did this week. 379 more words

Lil G

Ring Around The Rosies....

I love this video! It is utterly creepy and, curiously, about 99.9% of the lyrics actually fit my 4th novel, Psychic, though it’s not a horror story. 990 more words

Writing

No. 531

There was an Old Lady. By CpSingleton © 2014

There was an old woman
Who lived in some cheese.
She didn’t have any children
It’d be too much of a squeeze. 82 more words

Writing

A Tisket, A Tasket - a Basketful of Pain

A-tisket, a-tasket

A green and yellow basket

I wrote a letter to my love

And on the way I dropped it

I dropped it

I dropped it… 677 more words

Busted Rhymes

The Farmer in the Dell

I love nursery rhymes and just so happens, “The Farmer in the Dell” is one my favs. But what does it mean? “The cheese stands alone?” Is the author (who, by the way is not a real goose as I’ve always been led to believe…apparently there’s a huge mystery surrounding the true identity of Mother Goose that I plan to explore in greater detail in the near future) saying that all animals will devour each other? 215 more words

Nursery Rhymes Mother Goose Farmer In The Dell Big Cheese