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Eeyore and Samuel Beckett

‘”No Give and Take,” Eeyore went on. “No Exchange of Thought. ‘HalloWhat‘ – I mean, it gets you nowhere, particularly if the other person’s tail is only just in sight for the second half of the conversation”‘ (p. 38 more words

Contemporary Writing

Rainy Day Spontaneity

I’ve mentioned that I’m equal parts structured and creative. When I was younger, I felt like these aspects of my personality warred against each other. Now, I understand both make up the unique creation that is me and give them both room to manifest as needed. 643 more words


Piglet Cake - Suzie Vella Cupcake Teahouse

Piglet Cake – Suzie created this incredible Piglet Cake for us recently. What a talented lady.

Children's Birthday Cake

...In Which Piglet Solves a Puzzle

THE PIGLET burst through the front door of Rabbit’s hole. On the floor in front of the larder amid a growing pool of hunny was the body of Edward Bear, known to his friends as Winnie-the-Pooh, or Pooh for short. 660 more words

Comedy Fiction

The Pooh Corner Office

You know that dream you have when you’re at work, only it’s a job you had a long time ago, and it’s still the same old bullsh*t? 475 more words


The Red House Mystery

Author: A. A. Milne

My rating: 3.5 of 5

Mr. Anthony Gillingham has made a life of wearing many hats, switching from one to the next as soon as he has mastered the first. 253 more words

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