Monthly Archives: September 2010

30 Day Meme – Day 14

Day 14 – A Non-Fictional Book Here’s a nice non-fictional book… It’s called “Zombie Felties: How to Raise 16 Gruesome Felt Creatures from the Undead” by Nicola Tedman and Sarah Skeate, and it’s meant to be winging its way to … Continue reading

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Wordsmith Wednesdays

Hey, me again. And here’s some more of my old writing. This time, have a poem. A bajillion years ago I was doing an English Literature course at college, and the lecturer asked us to bring in a poem. Being … Continue reading

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Today I Want to Type

I don’t know what I want to type about, I just know that I want to type. I like typing. I like the clickety-clack of the keys under my fingers, even if my laptop keyboard is coming away from the … Continue reading

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Stitching Sundays

After Wordsmith Wednesday I’ve decided I need more theme days on my blog. So welcome to Stitching Sundays. Just an update of what I’m doing, and what I’ve finished. My favourite (and only) finished project this week is this… Inspired … Continue reading

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30 Day Meme – Day 13

Day 13 – A Fictional Book (Let’s just ignore the fact that there’s been a 20 day gap between Days 12 and 13.) Okay, a fictional book. I read a lot. Not as much as I’d like, because it’s hard … Continue reading

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New Thing: Challenge # 38

Challenge 38: Write a love list about yourself To a depressive who generally hates herself, this one didn’t even sound easy. I managed to get one or two things after several days agonising, but then I realised I didn’t know … Continue reading

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Wordsmith Wednesdays

Doing this week’s challenge I’ve come to realise that although my current wordsmith skills are almost non-existent, the stuff I’ve done in the past is pretty good. And I’d like to share some of it. Feel free to comment, critique … Continue reading

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