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i wish i was special

Me when hanging out with the cool kids:

“What the hell am I doing here? I don’t belong here.”


'Twas Pterodactyl, Sauropod

Original pencil drawing of the sleeping Gryphon,
John Tenniel (1820 – 1914) 


“Jabberwocky” is a poem of nonsense verse written by Lewis Carroll, and was a part of his novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1872). 891 more words


My A-Z of Reading: W is for Words

I suspect everyone has a favourite word, or some favourite words, that they particularly like the sound of, or the meaning, or the shape… what are yours? 252 more words


Don't Push the Button!

The zero fun, way-too-familiar words directed to any tiny tot, “Don’t do it…” and “No, no.”


Of course, a funny little board book fixed those words– it saved them. 161 more words

Board Books

A Man Can Not Always Be Serious

I was recently reminded of Sleary’s words, to Mr Gradgrind, in “Hard Times”:
“People mutht be amuthed. They can’t be alwayth a learning, nor yet they can’t… 254 more words


Grinn: Tales of the Cheshire Cat - Chapter Eighteen


The Jack of all Trades did not enjoy losing his garments to Megette who found suitable clothing for him to wear. She was not entirely certain if he was a prisoner or not. 3,659 more words