Carole Little

10 Dec 18
Fluff & Nonsense

I don’t think you should ever under-estimate the adhesive powers of cat sick. On Sunday I came home from work and was bumbling about doing bits and bobs before Carole arrived home from an eventful day out with my mother (who, it seems, has turned into a cantankerous old so-and-so recently). I went upstairs to […]

10 Dec 18
pomegranate and chintz

This show and tell is from the class at Sewn and Quilted. Morning Jo stitched up another of her “Carousel” blocks (everyday quilts)Carole cut the border for her quilt (directional fabric and had to be joined!) and started adding it onSue E’s quilt was back from quilting and in class she worked more on her […]

10 Dec 18
Veghe Patriei

  Recent years, the words “mind control abuse and torture” and “target individual” appears frequently online. Thousands of people in groups or individually cries attention to the abuses and tortures with electromagnetic mind control technologies through internet and all other channels. The scale of the ongoing crimes is large, and hidden. People are asking for […]

10 Dec 18
A Stamp A Day

A Christmas carol (also called a noël, from the French word meaning “Christmas”) is a carol (song or hymn) whose lyrics are on the theme of Christmas, and which is traditionally sung on Christmas itself or during the surrounding holiday season. Christmas carols may be regarded as a subset of the broader category of Christmas […]

10 Dec 18
Kate ❤ and Meg 🌺

Hello lovelies! It has certainly been awhile. Thankfully Final Exams are OVER, my Semester has come to an end, and I am back–at least temporarily. If you are new I highly encourage you to come over and follow us on Twitter. The Kate ❤ and Meg 🌺 Twitter Page is the BEST place to find all […]

28 Oct 18

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has enjoyed successful runs, being a hit with audiences despite experiencing the same harshness from critics and love from the people in the same way hit musical Wicked did.   So it’s no surprise that it’s one of the most anticipated openings in the Sydney theatre season in 2019 as […]

10 Dec 18
The Wandering Nomad

Or, Were the Crusades Really a Clash of Civilizations?  The unbelief of the infidels has declared it lawful to inflict harmon Islam, Causing prolonged lamentations for the faith. What is right is null and void and what is forbidden is (now)made licit. The sword is cutting and blood is spilt.  Ibn TaghribirdiNujum V, 151-2. The scars of the […]

10 Dec 18

Ready to breathe in the royal air? Duchess Kate and…

10 Dec 18
Another Blog, Meanwhile

I know everyone’s interested to see Alison Sayers and Jonathan Lemon’s take on Alley Oop. It’s not coming until January. Here I’m recapping the last couple months of Jack Bender and Carol Bender-produced reruns. I figure, at least for now, to keep Alley Oop in the regular story strip rotation. So my first recap of […]

10 Dec 18
Blue Curtains Brisbane

A Christmas Carol (shake & stir theatre company) QPAC, The Playhouse December 7 – 20 Shake and Stir’s “A Christmas Carol’ begins with a tune, the ironic ‘God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman’ (because there is little about which to be merry for those suffering in Victorian era poverty). Still, it’s a lovely yuletide introduction, before […]

09 Dec 18
Not Just Penguins - Our Life at 51° South

As mentioned in our last post, we checked in at Stanley airport on Monday morning (19th Nov) and waited the arrival of Islander Bravo Delta to collect us on our own private flight out to Carcass Island. Travelling by FIGAS was one of the great highlights of the holiday for the Twins and their first […]