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Please meet Lizzy, Gertie's Sister


Some of you may have seen this lovely photo taken by Janet Myhill Dabbs and posted on facebook. Janet hand painted this lovely girl and gave her a new life! 420 more words

Edith O'Connor and The Book Lovers Emporium…20

“Tilly…your arm,” said Chicago, reaching for her.  “The mark where your dragon used to be is filling in.”

“It started a few days ago, but I can’t make out what it is,” said Tilly, staring at the beginning of her new tattoo. 806 more words

The Book Lovers Emporium

Edith O'Connor and The Book Lovers Emporium…19

“Tilly this is…”

“Yeah, I know who it is,” she said.  “How’s it hangin’ Sid?”

“I haven’t used the name Siddhartha in a very long time,” said the smiling man.   738 more words

Chicago

Ado

“Oh, I am very weary, Though tears no longer flow; My eyes are tired of weeping, My heart is sick of woe.”
-Anne Bronte

Some days I feel I am full of poison. 52 more words

Poetry

Edith, by Woolner

Twenty-five years ago, instead of studying for my year 10 exams, I immersed myself in the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. I read every book of biography, art and poetry I could find, and fantasised about one day living in an Arts and Crafts house with William Morris wallpaper. 251 more words

Edith