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The Ivory Door - A.A. Milne

I love fairy tales and I love A.A. Milne.  When you put them together, I’m a happy woman.  And thankfully Milne used fairy tales – or at least fairy-tale-esque settings – in a number of his writings.  783 more words

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A. A. Milne

Sometimes I sits and thinks, and sometimes I just sits. — Often attributed to A. A. Milne from his contributions to Punch, a British humor magazine, joining the staff in 1906. 15 more words

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Partnership Disobedience

It is often said that the devil makes work for idle hands.  On the whole, with the clear exception of my attempts to play a musical instrument, I like to imagine my hands are under my own executive control (assuming that idea has any meaning) and the infernal realms have an indirect influence, at best.  503 more words

june 2018 tbr

I’ve noticed a lot of different book blogs as well as book vlogs talk about their books “to be read” and I love reading and watching those kind of posts/uploads, so I’ve decided to make one myself. 699 more words

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May Reading Recap

Happy Friday everyone!  Welcome to June.  I can hardly believe that my next reading recap post will mean we’re halfway through the year.  I’m already more than halfway through the #40yrs40bks challenge – I think I’ve actually read more books in the last 5 months than I did in the whole of last year, which I’m really delighted with.  551 more words

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