I Feel Like a Right Twitterer!

I'm now on Twitter!

My dear chum Craig McGinty has introduced me to a bit of techno-gadgetry and for a change, I understand how to use it and actually, I quite like it!

It’s known as Twitter and I’ve been ‘Twittering’ for a few days now.  It’s a great way of keeping your finger on the pulse of what the people you like are writing and talking about.

If you want to keep up with what I’ve penned here on the Rubbish blog everyday, you can either tap in the whole web address and come see, or you could subscribe via to the RSS feed (by bookmarking this page) and you’d get a short buzz on your toolbar to tell you when I’ve added a new piece.

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It’s Library Day – yay!

Teddy oversees the reading proceedings
Teddy oversees the reading proceedings

Well, actually, that’s not strictly true – library day is usually Saturday, but I don’t pen a piece over the weekends – even the wicked need some rest you know.

After putting my youngest fruit-bat to bed last night, we sat and read Poppy and Max and the Lost Puppy by Sally Grindley and Lindsey Gardiner.

It was a lovely little book, nice illustrations and big words, ideal for reading with a dimmed light and a teddy.

While we were upstairs, the other pesky twigglynugs were downstairs with their dad, listening to Stephen Fry narrate the final part of the Harry Potter phenomenon, The Deathly Hallows. There couldn’t have been a better man for the job in my opinion; Stephen embodies the institution of Hogwarts wonderfully well and is such a delight to listen to. This audio book also came from our library and the boys been doing about an hour a night in a candle-lit living room, alongside a crackly fire that flicks mystical shadows around the room. Audio books are about a pound to hire and give hours of great family entertainment. Continue reading “It’s Library Day – yay!”