Category Archives: Humour

Cozy Read Wednesday: The Bride Test by Helen Hoang

The Bride Test is a fun, cozy read that I whipped through in no time at all.  Khai Diep has been diagnosed with autism and asperghers and that means he processes his feelings differently than most people.  He, however, thinks … Continue reading

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Preschooled by Anna Leflet

I used a quote from this book for my Teaser Tuesday post because this book was just soooo funny, I couldn’t put it down until I finally finished it about 3:30 a.m.  It was just too hilarious even though there … Continue reading

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Teaser Tuesday: Preschooled by Anna Lefler

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of A Daily Rhythm. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: • Grab your current read • Open to a random page • Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page • BE … Continue reading

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INFOGRAPHIC: The Anatomy of a Grammar Nerd

Here is a very interesting overview of who the sticklers are about grammar. Thanks to Aman Mittal on WordPress for bringing it to our attention. Enjoy my Sunday reblog!

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Potpourri 13

I debated whether to follow the example of most hotels and skip the # thirteen in my “potpourri” posts but, aw . . . I’m not really superstitious! This week I began my new Mystery Monday Meme (Mmm) with a … Continue reading

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A Touch of Humour

Something a little different for my Sunday post.  I get a lot of emails that want me to “send it on” with promises of wonderful events to follow, wishes to come true, and even money to come my way if … Continue reading

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Laughter the best medicine.. Court room humour M’Lud

They say laughter is the best medicine and I think you’ll enjoy these hilarious anecdotes from the courtroom. Enjoy my Sunday reblog!!

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Everything Old Is New Again

This video link was sent to me yesterday (thanks, Charlene) and while you begin thinking it’s just hilarious, you end up thinking it’s so interesting the way kids today think, explore, and discover.  It isn’t very long but there’s a … Continue reading

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No Turn Unstoned by Diana Rigg, a review

This book is a lot of fun to read.  Ms. Rigg has brought together a wide variety of reviews from actors, actresses, playwrights, and directors familiar to most of us, and respected by us, that were written more to show off … Continue reading

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Seven Letters from Paris: A Memoir

This true story by Samantha Vérant tears along in a light-hearted manner even when the narrator, Samantha, is in the throes of despair, despondent in her marriage, and at a loss for what to do to fix her life. The … Continue reading

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