“Magic Tom” was the stage name for a popular magician, mainly active in Montreal during the 1950s. I had a teensy encounter with him, once. It left me very cynical where “magic” is concerned. (Well, except for Ouija boards, which I talked about here!)
Writing in Colour
It seems I’ve stumbled on a great way to organize my thoughts and my writing. It involves, yes, COLOUR! Or more accurately, colourS.
Laughter: The Universal Language – #57
Don’t you think we can all use advice at times? Here are some great tidbits from children. Enjoy! 😀
The Luddite’s Lament
So I decided enough’s enough, it was high time for me to get with the Cyber. I mean, everyone’s always talking about the Google, the Facebook and ekcetera, so I was thinking maybe I should really learn how to do them.
Poems for Li’l Kids #6 – Things I Love and Hate
Poems for Li’l Kids #5 – A Poem Puzzle
Fifth in a series of fun little poems for very little kiddies.
Poems for Li’l Kids #3 – Fred the Elephant
Third in a series of fun little poems for very little kiddies.
Poems for Li’l Kids #2 – Taylor the Tiger
Here’s another little playful poem I wrote for my own kids many years ago. Comes with a built-in lesson at no extra charge! 😀
Poems for Li’l Kids #1 – Danny the Dinosaur
People who know me best (okay, my daughter and son) know that I used to write poems. I wrote them when they (my kids) were very young, just to entertain them. At least they (the poems) started out as such, but over time I’d slyly work in a moral or two. Oh, not sternly, not with a thud, but with a ;-).