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Toilet troubles!

After successfully adjusting the downstairs loo seat so that it fitted centrally over the pan (after living with it skewiff (Sp?) for two or more years) I decided I was ready to replace the upstairs loo seat which had developed a serious list I put down to the loss of those softish buttons found under the seat.   353 more words


Grinn - Epilogue

The forest was dark. It was always dark, but the paths remained illuminated. And The Cheshire Cat lounged in a tree waiting and singing. “’Twas brillig and the slithy toves. 978 more words


Grinn - Chapter Thirty-eight - Dumbdeedumb

It was dark. The Princess of Hearts’ chamber was as he remembered it, large and with magnificent hangings. The book was still on the podium, but the mirror where he looked at himself and all her jewelry was not there. 1,949 more words


Grinn - Chapter Thirty-seven - Beginning

The place was dangerous and forbidden. They had been told numerous times by mother. The overgrown grove of trees; the garden that grew all manner of dangerous plants with poisonous spiny thorns and had been left derelict; the ancient ruined structure was dangerous as well. 2,925 more words


Grinn - Chapter Thirty-six - The Delirium

They heard the Delirium long before they reached it. “You are certain the Saedi are inside?” The Jack asked Khamet. “For I have never heard of anyone entering the Delirium and returning.” 1,511 more words


Grinn - Chapter Thirty-four - A Friend Is Lost

It was a few days journey to the Delirium. The Tarot realm seemed to move at a different speed as well. During the time they were in the Tarot things had changed and were getting even worse. 2,350 more words


Chapter - Thirty-two - A Stormy Rain Ends

Something in the air was different than before. “Hello?” Khamet called into the darkness.

“Humph?” a low voice answered. There was a crash and crumbling as the figure shifted. 2,161 more words