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16th November 1945

A continuation of the previous letter.

We are now three days out of Capetown and the weather is not too brilliant, quite a keen wind blowing My watch is still keeping good time, it hasn’t lost a second yet, touch wood. 594 more words


14th November 1945

Dear Mom & Dad & Jean,

I am writing this about a day out of Capetown which we left yesterday morning at ten thirty. I suppose you heard over the wireless how we all took “French leave” when leave was refused, and went ashore. 633 more words


#12- Every Planet Looks Like Vasquez Rocks (50 Things I've Learned from Star Trek)

The universe is immense. It seems like with each passing year we learn more about its vastness. If that is the case, then it seems like there ought to be a nigh infinite diversity of landscapes out there beyond our galaxy. 109 more words

50th Anniversary

10th September 1945

Dear Mom & Dad,

Just a few lines to let you know that I have just about settled down here now, and have just about got to know my way around the camp. 789 more words

In Training

Shore Leave (Bookburners S1 Ep10) REVIEW

Shore Leave by Mur Lafferty

Published November 11th 2015

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Pages: 43

Source: Netgalley – in exchange for an honest review

Grace gets a day off and time threatens to swallow Rome. 

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My Weekly Spock: Spock Blocks

Looking for expressive Spock faces, I got a little creative this week. :-) Enjoy these ‘Spock Blocks’


#5- Imagination is Powerful

Think about how many times a day you hear well-meaning, practical people putting down the value of the imagination:

“You’re just imagining things.”

“Stop daydreaming.” 401 more words

50th Anniversary