Internal Monologues of that awkward Christmas Family photo:

Mr Butler:  Smile.

Bert:  Toffs.

Hugh: If I can just convince Dot to not work, I’ll be set.

Dot: Work. Work.  I want to work.

Phryne:  This is bullshit.  Damn you Aunt P.

Jack:  This is bullshit.  Damn you Prudence.

Cec:  I feel really good today.

Jane: Smile.  Two more seconds and you can work on your next plan to hook those two up.

Prudence Stanley:  I am Queen.

Mac:  Straight people.  *rolls eyes*

Some love for the Glee guys! Finn, Puck, Artie, Kurt, Blaine, Sam, Mike, Matt, Jake, Ryder, Spencer, Mason, Roderick, Joe, Rory, Will, Figgins, Burt, Sebastian, Hunter, Adam, Elliot, Brody, Dave, we love you all!

Tonsil Hockey

Summary: Honestly, it was a little funny until it wasn’t. 

Prompt: Can you write a fanfic where Kurt and Blaine get caught doing stuff in school and they call in Burt and Blaine’s parents but Blaine’s parents don’t know he’s gay so they beg the principle, Ms. Sylvester, Mr. Schue, and Burt not to tell them

Warnings: Homophobia and hints at child abuse.

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Our free lunch thanks to Mr. Burt in Fayettesville, NC. He is the sweetest 85 year old man that came up to us and asked to sit down. He sat and told us he wanted to buy our lunch and talked with us until our food came. Before leaving he shook Evan’s hand, gave me a kiss, tickled H’s belly and went on his way. (Meanwhile I can’t stop crying!) ❤️❤️❤️


New Arrivals: "Autograph Special Edition" of LEAVES OF GRASS, WITH SANDS AT SEVENTY & A BACKWARD GLANCE O'ER TRAVEL’D ROADS (1889), by Walt Whitman. One of 300 copies signed by Whitman on the title page. This copy additionally inscribed by Whitman’s friend and biographer Richard Maurice Bucke to one Mrs. Burt (possibly Mrs. Edwin Burt) on the first blank: “Mrs. Burt / from her friend R.M. Bucke / Asylum / London - Ont. 20 May 1898.” Accompanied by a period removable linen book cover, hand and machine-stitched, with front cover decorated by hand with tall grass and wildflowers, and titles lettered by hand to match that of the book’s cover stamping. 

Handsome edition of Whitman’s most enduring work, published to coincide with the author’s 70th birthday. The original price was the extravagant sum of $5, which explains the lengths a previous owner went through to protect the book. A charming and decorative copy.