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And now just super-speedy bit of house-keeping here at CM headquarters: Blog links are active! Please see down the right hand side of the screen for the ever-growing list of legal cyber-stimulation that I regularly indulge in. Facebook group: the link is on the sidebar also, would love to have you! In the next day I’m doing the final transfer from my personal page to this comedy page, so if you’re currently on my friends list but I don’t know you personally, please make sure you click on the new page ASAP so we don’t lose touch. Now please don’t…

The other morning I had the great fortune to stumble across an entire, glorious two hours between tours for kids to squander away at will. And so, I ventured forth on my own little date with myself. This is one of my FAVOURITE things to do in the world, namely because: a) I am free to do whatever the heck I like without considering anybody; and b) I am fabulous company. It’s funny, because while I am technically an extrovert, I’m absolutely not one of those people who finds being alone uncomfortable, threatening or in any way negative. (Note to…

Okay, okay, so I’d love to pick your brain. Is that okay? I promise I’ll be gentle. I’ve done up a bit of an intro blurb to the blog, which, if approved, will go forth to spatter itself around the interweb…but first, take a look if you will be so kind and let me know what you think. *Note: This was filmed about midnight, hence the fatigue-enhanced delirium (otherwise known as unbelievably bloodshot eyes.) I SWEAR!

Can you guess? Judging from the above, I have either: a) Completely and utterly lost the plot; b) Decided to combine my lifelong passions for flowers, the colour purple and Johnny Depp with an unabashed tribute to the Mad Hatter; and/or c) Spent the majority of the past week doing child-wrangling duties of the most pleasing variety i.e. those involving other people’s children. If you guessed c), well hey, hey, hey! Here, have a slab of turkish delight! Yes, as part of QPAC”s Out of the Box Festival for children 8 years and under (which, by the way, if you’re in…

1. This super cool poster from the very sweet selection at Sycamore Street Press. Admittedly, it would be even better if my baby could read it. And get the joke. But in the meantime, I’m happy to laugh in… 2. …my bubba’s cute little face. 3. The thought of doing my upcoming week-long stint of Kids Tours at the Art Gallery! SOOOO in love with the exhibition I’ll be leading kids through and so excited to be getting back into working life again. 4. This apartment – oh my word, not only is it Colour Central (a place after my…