Yarn Envy

Envy is an ugly word.  What it really means is that you want something that belongs to someone and not to content with just feeling that, you want to take it off them.  And technically, the yarn doesn't really belong to anyone else anyway; it's available to purchase but having a non-existent yarn budget, I... Continue Reading →

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It has come to my attention that I like wool.  No, not wool as in yarn, as any self-respecting knitter has to, but wool as in sheep fluff string.  I love the feel of it.  I love the smell of it.  Is that weird?  I want to be wrapped in woollens, preferably of my own fabrication.... Continue Reading →

A Translation

Being a generous and compassionate soul, I have taken pity on all of you who struggled to read my 'text message' the other day and provided a translation.  Happy reading!

Guilty

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Busy Bee

[ there would be a picture here ] Are bees busy?  Well, what I mean is, why do we perceive bees to be busy?  Most bugs and bichos are notable for their state of activity rather than otherwise.  Take the ant.  Ants are industrious.  But maybe they aren't cute enough to enter popular colloquial speech?  (Are... Continue Reading →

Some Language Skills of Mine

Remember how I said that I can't call myself 'linguistic' simply because I can't attain levels of perfection when it comes to my grammatical knowledge, vocabulary or pronunciation?  Well, today I'm going to dare, to dare to start thinking of myself as someone with 'linguistic skills ' or 'linguistic aptitude'. This is the evidence that I am... Continue Reading →

The Nature of Nature

Does a badger badger? Does a bat bat? Does a bear bare? Does a bug bug? Does a carp carp? Does a cow cow? Does a crow crow? Is a deer dear? Does a dragon drag on? Does a duck duck? Is an eel ill? Does a flea flee? Does a fowl foul? Does a... Continue Reading →

Where Will Our Words Be?

Writing is a pretty useful form of communication, we tend to write off (pardon the pun) entire civilisations as uncivilised or primitive simply because they didn’t develop a writing system and their oral histories have been lost or ignored.  Writing can speak to not just two parties, the writer and the recipient, but the written... Continue Reading →

The Blame Game

What does being an adult, reaching maturity really mean?  I think that one of the most important definitions, if you will, or maybe criteria, is being able to take responsibility for yourself.  We are born helpless and within not so many years we are weaned, potty trained and have learnt to walk.  These are huge... Continue Reading →

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