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A Appear At My Garden Here At Whimsey Hill Home (June 2014)

The Front Garden here at Whimsey Hill House June 2014
June is a transitional and busy month in the garden. The many hundreds of daffodils that I’ve planted years ago (there used to be over 1000) have finished blooming, and the perennials have all come up and are doing fine. 12 more words

Women Ideas

The pedestal.

There you are.
Standing on your pedestal looking down on people.
Safe in your ivory tower behind unbreachable walls
you preach to me what you dare not do yourself. 77 more words

Poetry

A Little Help Here

A Rubber Duckie struggles to make it to the rocks and safety

Whimsey

18th Century Garters - Best Pair Ever

“La jarretière détachée” – The Detached Garter, 1724. Jean-François de Troy (1679-1752)

At some time in the (likely) distant future I will need a pair of garters to secure my lovely, clocked white silk stockings (which I will own sometime in the distant future). 83 more words

Re-creating Historical Dress

So, you wanna talk about Minecraft?

If you’ve searched the web for anything minecraft-related, you’ve probably seen a few videos showcasing various game elements, from mod spotlights to full-blown commentaries playing through the game. 185 more words

Minecraft

Vintage Homemade Halloween Horrors

It’s that time of year and I’ve been thinking about Halloween.

Halloween costumes have changed. Today, Trick-or-Treaters fill the streets dresses as commercially produced superheroes, ballerinas with perfectly puffy tutus, and lots of variations on the hockey goalie mask (which are, admittedly, pretty creepy). 236 more words

A Little Bit Of History