I have a love/hate relationship with time changes. I love the extra hour of sleep this time of year, but I hate losing an hour in the spring. :)
Yeah, nothing profound in this update, but I have some sinus pressure tonight and I think I'm going to take an antihistamine and enjoy my extra hour of sleep!
Wait a minute! I thought actors repeated "watermelon," not rhubarb!
A bit late, but I am writing to congratulate you on your wonderful Tudor website. I have known of it for a long time, just hadn't explored it in much depth. Wow. What a site, what a service, what a vocation. I thought I was a Tudor geek ... I don't hold a candle to these people.
I'm sure you have, but, have you ever read the marvelous novel I am Mary Tudor, by Hilda Lewis? It's one of the two or three favorite books I have ever read (I say favorite to distinguish it from best, as in, you know, Plato and such. Must keep priorities straight.)
Thanks again. I'm off to explore your other blogs.
Hmmm, watermelon... haven't heard that one before. I first came across the "rhubarb" one ages ago (I think watching Mystery Science Theater 3000), and I was pleased to find the definition from the OED that perfectly fit the inane blathering on my personal blog. :)
Thanks for the comments on the Tudor site. I never get as much time to work on it as I'd like, but I try to chip away a little each day. I haven't read "I am Mary Tudor" but I have heard of it. I guess I'll have to add it to my way-too-large pile of books to read (that I will need to live to 206 to able to read!)
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