Monthly Archives: October 2010

Bleeding paint, bleeding knuckles, (bleedin’ Comic Sans!)

Another intermission-type post, on account of last week’s overdue ramblings and in anticipation of next week’s serving being fairly meagre (I’m off gallivanting in the north country this weekend), and one that demonstrates the self-fulfilling prophecy propounded in, oh, my … Continue reading

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‘Later’: on conkers and the unforeseen beauty of watercolour-ed leaf decay

Well, after what must have seemed an unfeasibly lengthy excursion in pursuit of drawing materials (ostensible reason for abandoning last week’s blogging effort after only the most paltry – and, frankly, cringeworthy – of offerings [and those in shamefully clunking … Continue reading

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A (mercifully brief) limerick interlude…

  A mouse named McTavisham-Smith Was uncommonly fond of fruit pith. He ate lemons sometimes, Often kumquats and limes, So to say he loved cheese’d be myth…   Marjorie mouse was a horder Who loved chaos and rampant disorder. She … Continue reading

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‘Oh tell me why, do we build [sand]castles in the sky’ (Yeah, that’s right, Ian Van Dahl baby…)

Some of you (although that would assume a readership of more than one… [thanks mum, incidentally]) may well remember the rambling monstrosity that was last week’s post, so, in the interests of preserving any remaining subscribers – and not utterly … Continue reading

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