The other day I picked up a delightful antique nursery rhyme book. It’s Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes Complete. It is from the late 1800s-early 1900s. Reading it, I saw the Mistress McShuttle poem that we first spoke of here. Her mention is a little more than halfway down. You can also see her part of the story … Continue reading A Word About Mistress McShuttle
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Happy May Day, everyone! I love May Day so much! I think it’s a really fun tradition. I get just as excited about May Day as I do Easter! Celebrate May Day with me, and take a look! Click on this link. May Day! See You There! ? ? Continue reading Happy Happy May Day!
I Told You So, from Aunt Kitty’s Storybook! 😀 Once upon a time, there were two boy cats named Freddy and Derpy. Freddy was a gray and white Maine Coon that the little girl Bella called ‘baby bobcat’. Derpy looked like a medium-haired Siamese. Freddy was only one year old, and, therefore, a baby cat. … Continue reading I Told You So
From Aunt Kitty’s Storybook. One day I was looking at a pack of cards and noticed something I’d never noticed before. The Meeting The Royalty of Cards one day, Got together on that day. One merry merry merry day, Merry it was, I must say. It started out so peacefully, The Jokers were on bended … Continue reading The Meeting
There is a lot of love in this short story that I wrote. It is from Aunt Kitty’s Storybook. Please Enjoy! Awaiting Aunt Matilda “Dolly! Oh, Dolly, get off the ground! You’ll spoil your new clothes!” It was Dolly’s mother scolding her from behind the screen door. She had her hands on her hips and … Continue reading Awaiting Aunt Matilda
“Pa-pa I’ve tried to catch the Sleep Man, I’ve shut my eyes and breathed So hard I thought he’d come and peep— I was the one de-ceived. “Just when I thought he’d sure-ly come And I would hold him fast— Some how I can’t re-mem-ber what It was I thought of last. “But when I … Continue reading Dick Explains
Here is a fun little poem from Easy To Read Story Book, published by McLoughlin Brothers, Inc. It’s from the 20s, I believe, as there is no publishing date. I know it is at least 1920 because that is when they sold to Milton Bradley, and McLoughlin Brothers moved to Springfield, Mass., the publishing location. … Continue reading When We Had A Picnic