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Kathryn's Inbox · 1d ago

Friday Funnies: I am not Buying Any More Books ...

Gulp. I am so guilty of this.
Kathryn's Inbox · 3d ago

Review: My Not So Perfect Life by Sophie Kinsella

Sophie Kinsella's latest novel offers a fun--and frivolous--take on the difficulties that many women in their early twenties face when trying to start out in the corporate world. Katie Brenn...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Friday Funnies: Clarabelle Cow Memes

I am sharing this one for to express my complete and udder, sorry, utter amazement that anyone would create a meme that features Clarabelle Cow. As far as Disney characters go, Clarabelle Co...
Kathryn's Inbox · 1W ago

Review: South of Forgiveness by Thordis Elva and Tom Stranger

When I sat down to watch Q&A one evening recently, I found myself utterly bewildered by the choice of one of the panellists. The thought that immediately ran through my mind was, she's writt...
Kathryn's Inbox · 2W ago

Literary Quotes

"I see that a man cannot give himself up to drinking without being miserable one-half his days and mad the other."The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Bronte
Kathryn's Inbox · 2W ago

Friday Funnies

Here's to that one friend ...
Kathryn's Inbox · 2W ago

Phrases: Sold Down the River

Sold Down the River: To be Cheated or BetrayedSold down the River is a phrase that means to be cheated, and/or betrayed. Many people know and use the phrase on a regular basis, however lesse...
Kathryn's Inbox · 2W ago

Around Adelaide (Street Art)

I snapped this beautifully decorated Stobie pole some time ago, somewhere in Christie Downs, possibly near Morton Road, a little while back. (Too much time has passed for me to remember the ...
Kathryn's Inbox · 3W ago

Friday Funnies: Morty & Ferdie Visit Australia

This never fails to crack me up--it's from a Mickey Mouse comic originally printed in the 1970s that tells the story of how Mickey travelled to Australia with his nephews Morty and Ferdie to...
Kathryn's Inbox · 3W ago

Literary Quote of the Day

"He that is strucken blind cannot forgetThe precious treasure of his eyesight lost."Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare