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Jack Cade’s rebellion and the “London Stone”

November 3rd – On this day in 1450 Jack Cade, alias Mortimer, and thousands of armed supporters invaded London “to punish evil ministers and procure a redress of grievances”.  402 more words

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Readathon: Nice to Meetcha!

It’s the beginning of the challenge and my hours of reading bliss await. The fireplace is on, the coffee is made, and my first book is chosen:   179 more words


The Story of Philippa of Clarence, Matriarch of the House of York

Princess Philippa of Clarence was born at Eltham Palace in Kent on the 16th August 1355.  She was named after her grandmother, Philippa of Hainault, queen of Edward III, who was one of her Godparents. 1,328 more words


365. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

Monday, August 31st, 10:00am
Milo (and Mortimer)

Milo sits at the window. Mortimer takes the seat beside him.

Mortimer: How’s the afterlife treating you?

Milo: You can see me? 282 more words

Short Stories

Why Mortimer?

Even after taking three pregnancy tests, I was convinced that they were broken. I researched “false positive” on Google for anything that would give me a leg to stand on. 240 more words


Top Children's Books of the Month

If you’re looking for some fun Canada Day long weekend reading material for your kids look no further. Today we want to celebrate the wonderful… 438 more words



Come on, Mortimer. Let’s go home.