The past is a different country, not today in funny costumes.
Filed under Education, Literary Criticism, The Peculiar Past
I clicked over to have a read, I’m glad I did, another very interesting post that is for sure.
Hello MagsX2, that post was written by mefinx who shares a lot of the same interests as me. I thought it was a very thought provoking piece indeed. It’s June and it’s tippling down with rain and very windy here. Hello summer!
We just started our Winter, and we are getting very light rain. 🙂
That is so funny. You are in winter, we are in summer and we are getting worse weather than you by the sound of it.
Our Winters are very mild to most people that visit, I live in Queensland in Oz and it is classed as the tropics here, but to me of course it is cold. 😀
I’m sure it must be better for your health than where we are. I understand what you mean about it being cold to you though. About seven years ago we spent a lot of time in Spain and in the winter we noticed how the Spanish were shivering even though we thought it was quite warm. I suppose it is all relative.
Thanks for this post – always great to find and read others. x
I’m glad you liked it. It has special significance for me as Dee was the genesis for Master Corpsehound in Will Blyton. It was the thought of what would Dee have been like if he was thoroughly evil.
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