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Pop Goes the Weasel - Albert Jack

A month or so back, I was reading a thread on Ravelry, where I discovered that a weasel as referred to in the rhyme, and in thread work, is not a small mammal, but a tool for the winding of spun thread. 183 more words

Book Review

May 1st Mother Goose Day

Wow, all I can say is that researching this day was one of the most confusing explanations I have ever come across in my life.  Maybe that’s because no one knows who the original authors are and the fact that many known authors have added to the fairy tales since the first tales were published. 278 more words

Unboxing The Bizarre

Skim Fat Off The Sheep

I’m the trouble starter, punkin’ instigator.
I’m the fear addicted, danger illustrated.
I’m a firestarter, twisted firestarter.

Prodigy, Firestarter

She, the dirty blonde girl no older than six years old, is only a lamb.

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Death Rattle

I have not been bettering myself 
Existential waste of skin on a shelf
Broken shadow of a former self
Muttering breathless sins
As I break apart my health  110 more words


Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star

Author: Jane Taylor

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
How I wonder what you are!
Up above the world so high,
Like a diamond in the sky. 101 more words


There's something about Mary

The first sound recording in human history occurred in 1877. Thomas Edison, the irascible genius who also invented the incandescent light-bulb and a host of other new technologies, recorded himself onto sheets of tinfoil. 412 more words