We're taking a bit of a breather while the world rearranges its underpants. Meanwhile, the other blog is here.

Monday, October 06, 2008


I've put my name down to assist with the Halloween story times at Epiphany Library. On condition that I'll only help if St. Wulfrida's Nursery is involved.


Anonymous said...

In the words of Jerry Chesnut's in his seminal work Good Year For the Roses

"While a million thoughts go racin' through my mind / I find I haven't said a word"

Is that Hannibal Lecter I see approaching the Fava Beans?

Lavinia said...

Kevin, my British captain friend has departed, leaving me awash with warm and fuzzy feelings for all things British. So I am blowing kisses to your blog!

Gadjo Dilo said...

I had a dream about you last night, Kevin. It's true! But you were dapper, slightly built and had steely grey hair; maybe that's how you are but it wasn't how I had previously imagined you. We shook hands and said hello and that was it. Very strange.

librarylizzie said...

Now, there you go again...making me yearn for a career in public libraries again. Will you be in costume? (revealing or otherwise). During my previous existence in public libraries I have dressed up as a witch, a clown, Jess the Cat, Spot the Dog and worn a particularly fetching sari. I may even post some photos if I can locate them.

Kevin Musgrove said...

Major: these days my thoughts aren't up to racing though they toddle along in their carpet slippers quite gamely.

Lavinia: and hello right back! (English reserve inhibits the blowing of kisses)

gd: you're mixing me up with another fellow: I'm the surly Wallace Beery lookalike lurking in the corner with the bag of crisps

lizzie: costume!? I'm hoping to spectate, not participate!

librarylizzie said...

Kev....photos now available on m'blog. Of course, you'll notice I haven't changed a bit, and have always been an exhibitionist where libraries are concerned.

Kevin Musgrove said...

I thought you looked out-of-place at the Britannia! (-: