Willow, who wants to be taller, stopped Hana and asked if it was okay to have a Fairy Party. Everyone is trying to recover from the long Easter month, now that most of the guests have gone, so Hana said, “maybe much later.” Willow heard her say, “sure, why not.” I’m don’t know what’s going to happen but both of them are happy and think they understand each other. Should be interesting.
Love all, trust few
Hell is empty
and all the devils
It is not in the stars to hold out destiny
but in ourselves
There is nothing either good or bad
but thinking makes it so
From the fabulous blogger: wordifull.com
It is also Talk like Shakespeare Day
How to Talk Like Shakespeare
Instead of you, say thou or thee (and instead of y’all, say ye).
Rhymed couplets are all the rage.
Men are Sirrah, ladies are Mistress, and your friends are all called Cousin.
Instead of cursing, try calling your tormenters jackanapes or canker-blossoms or poisonous bunch-back’d toads.
Don’t waste time saying “it,” just use the letter “t” (’tis, t’will, I’ll do’t).
Verse for lovers, prose for ruffians, songs for clowns.
When in doubt, add the letters “eth” to the end of verbs (he runneth, he trippeth, he falleth).
To add weight to your opinions, try starting them with methinks, mayhaps, in sooth or wherefore.
When wooing ladies: try comparing her to a summer’s day. If that fails, say “Get thee to a nunnery!”
When wooing lads: try dressing up like a man. If that fails, throw him in the Tower, banish his friends and claim the throne.
Not sure when this happened. I went to visit the Rubber Ducks and someone has a new hat.