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Tag Archives: magic
On the way back from shopping this morning, we went into the garden centre and I took some pictures, after we asked permission first. My pictures aren’t bad, but don’t reflect the wonder of the lights and effects of the … Continue reading
We visited the garden centre the other day, and although there is no Christmas Grotto for the kids this year, the place is still awash with magic and wonder. I’ve written about it before here and last year we took … Continue reading
It’s gone 3pm, and NO, I have not just got up! (cheeky lot) We have been reindeer shopping (amongst other things) and I’ve been packing pressies. I’m copying an extract from a post I did in February 2014 to give … Continue reading
This is a soppy post, and I mean soppy of the highest order, choked up, tears, the whole shebang. Hubby and I went to the garden centre today to get the bird feeder I’d asked for for Christmas. The one … Continue reading
Thanks Michael. You can check out the challenge here: https://mindlovemiserysmenagerie.wordpress.com/2018/03/08/tale-weaver-162-fairy-tale-an-item-of-magic/ Image: Google Images – labelled for re-use. The seeds had been sown long ago, and when the last chosen was on the brink of destruction, he was called to choose … Continue reading
The other morning I woke up from a dream about dinosaurs. It has taken me three days to get my thoughts on paper, but this was the gist of it. DINOSAURS
It’s coming up for Halloween again and in September last year I did a post called R U a HAG? My broomstick is sitting in the corner of the bathroom having mated with a long handled dustpan, and is now … Continue reading
For me, the Master of Illusion is David Copperfield. Years ago, I remember him making elephants, trains, tanks and buildings disappear, and saw him ‘walk through’ the Great Wall of China (even if it was all on TV) . Magical. … Continue reading