They aren’t in June 2014! Book of the Year This one was tough… A Thousand Splendid Suns, We Need to Talk About Kevin, my John’s Gospel commentary by AM Hunter… No really, you should compare Hunter to some of the others. Little tip, scholars: when it comes to sentences, less is almost always more. That […]
Actually I don’t think there is. When I started this post I felt sure I could come up with a term, but the thing about colds is that they render the brain completely useless. So any suggestions are welcome. So far I’ve considered: Tissue rash Snotticus nasalrash Sneeze-induced face rash Notevenmedicationcansolvethis Ugh. Help.
I wrote it and everything. Big thank yous to Lakshmy Mathur for the artwork and Martin who runs Story Shack for sorting out my weird formatting. Season’s greetings snowflakes! If you could tell me what you think it would be like receiving a gift from you. As opposed to for you, and let’s face it […]
Then I remembered some blue paper that’s been crying out for something blog-y and decorated my room: Very tempted to make it the first ever piece of Indifferent Ignorance merch, though it’d be limited edition because I only have one pack of the blue paper. Or maybe if other bloggers who can also claim […]
I think Paxman looked like he was asleep on Newsnight a couple of weeks ago, so here are some funny news-ish videos because my eyes itch and those six hours of sleep are catching up with me. Genuinely think that one day Holly Whillouby will lose her temper and bash Katie Hopkins with […]
So my Pilates class is from eight until nine on Thursday and I usually trot home and go to bed because it’s so relaxing all my bones and joints curl up like small creatures hibernating, but today we had pie and lattes for Christmas, so I will probably fall asleep when it’s time to wake up. You […]
I really don’t know where to start with this post. I garbled a bit about Mandela in June when everyone was all “he’s going to die soon! We had better write something really intense beforehand so that we don’t look like we’re following the crowd when he has died!” And now he has and I […]
Earlier I was walking with a cup of water and I bent down to pat Donnie, who stuck his nose into the cup and drank out of it for me. Between them, he and Fred took about two minutes to slurp the lot. Keep hydrated, children! It’s 11/12/13, which is a big deal because we’ll […]