Father Brown in The Hammer of God by G K Chesterton WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS HEAVY SPOILERS FOR BOTH THE ORIGINAL SHORT STORY AND THE 2013 TELEVISION EPISODE I very much enjoyed the original short story – a mysterious murder turns out to be committed by the least likely suspect, who is a quite sympathetic […]
This bear seems to adore his honey. He would not share any with me.
Blatant cross promotion. The Squid meets the experiment from Experiment 665. I feel this is as good a time as any to mention that the Squid actually does have a name. He’s called Pen.
…and he’s sharing it with a hippopotamus. I loved this book as a child. It was only when I went back while looking for references to draw the hippo that I realised it was part of a series. Squid comment: What a pleasant fellow. And such delicious cake! Don’t ask how a squid can eat […]
I finished what I was making here, just in time to be nice and warm for… summer?
I seem to have negative buffer, so have me with my sweet little woolen squid, Squiddy, instead.
Squid comment: I do believe I chose the wrong coat for this book, but it seems to have worked, so I won’t worry too much.
Tiredness, busyness and general lack of inspiration (as well as no buffer) all conspire for another miniquid. In which I learn how to get tangled up in my own knitting.
Squid comment: I feel terrible. I think I’ll visit the vet. Hopefully I’ll feel better by next week.
Squid comment: And I certainly did not find it. I am not certain what I was supposed to do in this book, but this did nothing useful. It was quite enjoyable, I must remember to return soon.