Last days were busy, so I didn.t had much time for my friend Punch. But at least I managed to get him his arms. Now Punch, I will try to make your outfit look a little bit nicer. And despite of what some people say abouth you, I don.t think you are scary. You are my friend.
Last year we visited Theatre Figuren Museum in Luebeck Germany by accident. We didn.t know it acsisted till we passed by. The history of the TheaterFigurenMuseum Luebeck is closely connected to the biographies of their owners: Fritz and Saraswathi Fey. Without them this extraordinary museum would never have existed. As a cameraman Fritz travelled around the world, and wherever he had a minute to spare he indulged in his hobby: He collected theatre puppets wherever he could get them enthralled by their manifold uses and their varying expressiveness in different theatre traditions. His collection grew year by year, about 90 p. c. of what he has collected is still waiting to be revealed to the public. Fritz and Saraswathi gives you the feeling to be on a familyvisit and do take time to tell you abouth all the figures. I love to visit this theatre museum again.
Geplaatst door Carla op 07:50
Somebody mentioned sausage,
’ Twas a cruel thing to do,
Just when we're gay and festive,
And wishing to sing to you;
They might have talked of turkey
Of pudding or goose or pie,
- No matter ! We'll sing to cheer us:-
“Wail 'till the clouds roll by.”
I really love these piggies I found at:
The Scrapalbum from Malcolm Warrington.
A beautiful site which looks at the albums, greeting cards and printed ephemera that became popular during the Victorian period.This unusual resource provides a wonderful insight into the customs and the times. Also a lot of lovely links to other sites and Ephemera Events, News & Exhibitions.
"Thanks Malcolm, for your quick response"