"And so it goes. And so it goes. And so it goes goes goes goes goes tick tock tick tocktick tock and one day we no longer let time serve us, we serve time and we are slaves of the schedule, bound into a life predicated on restrictions because the system will not function if we don't keep the schedule tight."
('repent Harlequin!' said the ticktockman by Harlan Ellison)
Inspired partly by that story ... a celebration of civil disobedience!
Tuesday, 30 November 2010
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Monday, 22 November 2010
Saturday, 6 November 2010
"I was going to the Grange one evening...a dark evening threatening thunder
...and just at the turn to the Heights I encountered a little boy with sheep and two lambs crying terribly....'There's Heathcliff and a woman yonder, and I daren't pass them!"
'I know that ghosts have wandered on earth.....'
Posted by Eileen Sedgwick at 12:23
Wednesday, 3 November 2010
I first read Wuthering Heights in about 1976 and it has been my favourite book ever since...Heathcliff has always been the love of my life...carved 'in a wild workshop...the crag took human shape...dark and frowning, terrible and beautiful...the moorland moss clothes him and heath with blooming bells and balmy fragrance grows faithfully close to the giant's foot' .
( currer bell)
I have dared to try to create him at last....
Posted by Eileen Sedgwick at 09:40
Tuesday, 2 November 2010
November's Artisans in Miniature magazine is out again!
As usual packed with wonderful things including an article on my friend Jain 'the Giddy Kipper' and dolls by Julie of Bellabelle Dolls :0)
I also loved the miniature potter feature...114 pages of amazing stuff, and all completely FREE as ever to download from here:
Posted by Eileen Sedgwick at 10:02