Wherein I endeavour to share writerly advice lightened with humour, pictures and a dollop of 1930s-1940s history.
Awesome. The last one made me smile :)Happy Friday!
I have always wanted to live in a treehouse~!
Elspeth - Oh, these tree houses are wonderful! I think I like the tower one best. How tres cool would it be to live in my own tree tower. Erm, but where's the cuddly dragon who protects it? ;-)
Carol; You're back! Elizabeth; So have I!Margot; The dragon is hidden. They're great at hiding; just like tigers are great at crouching.
Wow! Seriously. Wow. Those are fabulous tree houses. Wouldn't it be wonderful to live in one of those?
Unique homes. Do they belong to your followers? :0)
I, too, love tree houses - they are so alluring no?Elspeth - I WAS in Van - I arrived late on a Thursday (not last thursday - the one before) met my long lost friend - we had business on a couple of the days and we spent the other two talking, laughing and crying - both of us are grieving for some losses - hers a thousand times heavier than mine. I didn't see you. I didn't see my aunt or my cousins or my number two man (I'll splan that later). I felt guilt but the trip was on her dime and it was her that needed me...I'll be back and we'll go have a g&t or high tea or coffee at Granville Market. Kay?
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