Little Lass

20 Apr 19
Ghosts of the Stratosphere

I love Nippy13’s art so much. CINDERELLA (1950) Written By: Charles Perrault (original), Ken Anderson, Perce Pearce, Homer Brightman, Winston Hibler, BilL Peet, Erdman Penner, Harry Reeves, Joe Rinaldi, Ted Sears & Maurice Rapf So in 1950, after YEARS of being forced to make cheap-ass “Compilations Of Shorts” films, Walt Disney FINALLY had enough money in […]

20 Apr 19
venomstories

The Office Horse Part Two: The Horse Immediately she tried to wiggle out of Rob’s grip, yet at the same time seeking hold at him to lift herself off. Her legs stretched out in a wild search for the ground, but more than a span remained between her toes and the carpet, no matter her […]

20 Apr 19
Deborah Udochukwu's magic pens blog

I called him “nna”,and he called me “nwa” Unknown to the innocent me, He was a locust eater clothed with pretence. In his mind’s eye he saw a young lass with curves. A dish waiting to be consumed. And not the decent daughter of a priest. He taught me integrity in the open,but whispered corruption […]

20 Apr 19
Theatre Box

Music and lyrics by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan Directed by John Savournin Music directed by David Eaton Produced by Michelle Barnette for Charles Court Opera 10 April – 11 May 2019 One must approach a Gilbert and Sullivan production with a keen understanding of exactly what one is in for. In many ways, their […]

20 Apr 19
Book Basset

A mystery in the garden! I had added a little pond and fountain at the back of the garden, and I had filled it with water over a month ago, A few weeks ago I had added a little fountain, and in that time everything was going just fine. In the last few days, I […]

20 Apr 19
Miss B Abroad

Week 2 – Bali I count myself very lucky to have diving as a passion, mainly because I get to be with my homies (the turtles) but also I always seem to meet very like minded people. Last April I went to Komodo with Scuba Junkie, check out a previous post, and met my danish […]

20 Apr 19
Gary Strachan - "Write" Said Fred

“Contentment is an achievable Holy Grail, Gary……. Disenchantment, though, can only be consequential from bearing aspirations of eternal serenity. They’re the notions of fatuousness that’ll lead to inevitable disappointment, corrosion of spirit, manifestations of discontentment and taint the soul. Take heed that the pragmatist ordinarily prevails over the dreamer” The wise words offered yesterday by […]

20 Apr 19
The Sweet Enough Community

Thank you for joining me. Hollie x My ambition for this blog is to create an online community for people to share their experiences relating to enhanced dietary requirements. Do you suffer from food intolerances – Lactose, Gluten, Caffeine, FODMAP’s? Do you have Colitis, IBS, Reflux, Crohns or experience bad digestion? Delve a little deeper […]

20 Apr 19
rleesmith

It’s been a long time since the last time, hasn’t it? And it’s going to be a long time until the next time, too. I’ve begun to pack for my upcoming trip, which is going to be somewhat open-ended, so I’m not sure as of this writing exactly when I’ll be back. Between now and […]

19 Apr 19
in the Wired

Two of my fandoms have collided again. One of them is new. I don’t even remember how it got on my radar, but I recently discovered the series Dead Like Me (which originally aired in 2003), and I’m glad I did. It’s a series which breaks the mold a bit, being a “dramedy” about grim […]

19 Apr 19
Pages from Another Place

1.7 The cult of the White Tear An uncomfortable silence fell over the group as they stared at the cleric posing awkwardly on a pile of rubble. “Well Mr. Sapienza, welcome to our small company,” said Zal’tat sweeping his arms wide. “The scary elf dressed in black is Shainarra, the happy-looking child is called Grell,” […]

19 Apr 19
Book Basset

I have zero patience. Hubby put my beebox/ baitbox up nice and high in the yard, I  added a little lemongrass oil to the entrance and on the lid to attract the bees, and I stood back to watch the bees move in. Five minutes later there are still no bees. WHAT?? The box is […]

19 Apr 19
Go Run A Mountain

Google Pictures LINK English Lima, is a huge city of at least 10million people on the coast of Peru. It is not praised to be a beauty or a marvel of South America, but it seems like a business machine in the area for sure. It has a vast amount of Oceanfront, but very little […]

19 Apr 19
There's Gotta Be a Song

There’s no doubt in my mind what the strangest thing I’ve ever seen on Broadway is: It’s the current revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! Some of you, reading this, are understandably scratching your heads right now. Just about the least strange thing that could possibly be would be yet another mounting of the much-produced […]

19 Apr 19
Quills on Fire

Greetings y’all! I wish y’all a great Easter in advance. As is norm, I give you a body of words that will leave you thinking at the end; my retelling of an old story. I think you will like it. Read! Like!! Comment!!! FOLLOW!!! Ancient Hurts… THE ANCIENT HURT… “Weep not, child”, the granny said, […]

19 Apr 19
Everyone Else Has the Best Titles

This week’s  “Guest in Jest” guest is  Afterwards   Families We all have them.  Mostly.  I mean there are those that don’t see them, or don’t particularly care for them.  There are those that have disowned them and live a blissful existence where they are never obliged to try and see them once a year […]