Friday, December 02, 2016

A Few Of My Favourite Things | November

Harold and Maude


(Image from Wikipedia.org)

I didn't really know what to expect from this film-I only knew it was about a relationship with a big age gap, which sounded quite off-putting. But I gave it a chance when I had nothing to do one evening, and it is one of the sweetest, most visually striking, life affirming films I have ever seen. I cried buckets and I now want to live in a converted railway carriage.


Cassy visiting



Cassy came to visit and we had a fun day of dressing up in museums, sightseeing, and buying strange bits and bobs (which in my case included a bag of moss. Yes you read that right).

Otter spotting



While Cassy was here we also spotted the otter that has taken up residence in the local river! It was a magical moment.

Sevdaliza

I stumbled across the music of Sevdaliza on Youtube, and have fallen hard for her incredible voice and varied style. She's one of those artists where I keep thinking "This is my favourite song of hers...wait no this is my favourite song of hers..." because all her music is SO GOOD.


(Image from Wikipedia.org)

Baba Yaga's Guide To Feminism

I seem to be on a Baba Yaga streak at the moment. This article made me chuckle and gave me a new life motto.


This month I would like to say thank you to Cassy for being my one and only Patreon supporter-she has a new book, go check it out! I would also like to thank Natasha De Vil for retweeting a lot of my links, it really makes a difference.

3 comments:

  1. I loved Harold and Maud, I was a bit sceptical as well at first but it's such a great movie and also you're welcome my lovely, happy to help where I can :)

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  2. I love the idea of dressing up to go to museums! Although I always dress weird anyway, haha.

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  3. The museum dress-up looks like so much fun!
    And I'm reeeeeally excited about your otter sighting! What incredibly luck! I saw a big brown rat in the backyard last week which made me happy, too, but an otter is a whole different level. :)

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