Have you ever wondered what they do in Baby-Land? Perhaps you have never heard of it. Maybe you even remember it! How wonderful is Baby-Land! Do you want to know more about it? Maybe you just need a memory jog. We see it in the faces of happy children every day. What! You have no small children, … Continue reading What Do They Do In Baby-Land?
The other day I picked up a delightful antique nursery rhyme book. It’s Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes Complete. It is from the late 1800s-early 1900s. Reading it, I saw the Mistress McShuttle poem that we first spoke of here. Her mention is a little more than halfway down. You can also see her part of the story … Continue reading A Word About Mistress McShuttle
Happy May Day!! For now I’ll reblog last year’s post. The post for May Day will be on another day, and it will be all about Norman Studios! Happy Happy May Day! Continue reading Happy May Day!
I Told You So, from Aunt Kitty’s Storybook! 😀 Once upon a time, there were two boy cats named Freddy and Derpy. Freddy was a gray and white Maine Coon that the little girl Bella called ‘baby bobcat’. Derpy looked like a medium-haired Siamese. Freddy was only one year old, and, therefore, a baby cat. Derpy … Continue reading I Told You So
From Aunt Kitty’s Storybook. One day I was looking at a pack of cards and noticed something I’d never noticed before. The Meeting The Royalty of Cards one day, Got together on that day. One merry merry merry day, Merry it was, I must say. It started out so peacefully, The Jokers were on bended … Continue reading The Meeting
I thought it would be fitting to talk about the characters who will be mentioned in our upcoming six day series that goes through the day after Christmas. This will be a delightful story called Mother Hubbard’s House Party, where Old Mother Hubbard invites ten children–all nursery rhyme characters–to visit for Christmas week. You may or … Continue reading Mother Hubbard’s House Party – A Beginner’s Guide to Mother Goose
This is one that was inspired by the music band called Jethro Tull. I wrote this when I was a teenager. I was listening to the album Passion Play a lot, and there is an interlude called “The Hare That Lost Its Spectacles”, which starts just the way this one does, although mine has a … Continue reading This Is the Story of the Frog That Lost Its Color!!!
This is a super exciting Kickstarter for 5 silent films. These films are literally 100 years old, made in 1917 and were sold as a package to theaters. If they reach their goal, they are going to transfer all of these to one dvd, making it possible to see the feature, two shorts, and two … Continue reading Kickstarter for 5 Silent Films
Ok, so I admit that the first band that I really loved was the Beatles. John was my favorite. When I discovered his writings, I thought he was so clever! Here is one that was inspired by the writing style of John Lennon. Small Sam One day, there was a small man who was very … Continue reading Small Sam
I’ve always liked to play around with the alphabet. This is one example of that! In the Classroom Aaron doesn’t understand the lesson. Brendon is hiding. Carla will not do her work. Donna kicked the teacher. Evan sits in the corner. Fran keeps yelling. Greta can’t find her pencil. Harry will not answer the question. … Continue reading In the Classroom