Friday, December 27, 2019

A Bless Us, Everyone Weekly Link Round-Up

Not much to say this week, probably because I'm thinking too much. But I will let my silence be your gain. Just one photo, and you can get right down to the links. How's that?

It didn't dawn on me until just now that it looks like I have a murderous collection of teapots. How perfect for a crime fiction lover!

All the Very Best to You and Yours from Denis and Me!

►Books & Other Interesting Tidbits◄

►Channeling My Inner Indiana Jones◄

►Channeling My Inner Elly Mae Clampett◄

►Fascinating Folk◄

►The Happy Wanderer◄
  • China's "dragon escalator", the world's longest outdoor escalator.
  • The "Wizard Rock", a one-ton boulder, was returned to the Prescott National Forest in Arizona following a brazen theft. 
  • Faulkner House Books: shop for books in the New Orleans house where William Faulkner once lived.
  • I wouldn't mind paying a visit to the old ghost town of Shakespeare, New Mexico.

►I ♥ Lists◄

That's all for this week! Don't forget to stop by next Friday when I'll be sharing a freshly selected batch of links for your surfing pleasure.

Have a great weekend, and read something fabulous!

Happy New Year!


  1. I love those teapots, Cathy. They look soooo innocent, but... And, as always, thanks for the links. I think I'm going to visit that bead-making town in Florida.

  2. I love the teapots too! You have certainly shown us a plethora of Christmas decor through the years, Cathy. A bunch of those links look fun to check out, but I mostly want to wish you and Denis a Happy New Year! Take care of each other and we'll see you in the new decade.

  3. I have several teapots myself, though mine are mostly flowered - I think I'll have to look for a Santa teapot or two, strictly for seasonal purposes. Thanks for the many intriguing links. Happy New Year!

  4. What fun the teapots are! Another great list of links to pursue. :)

  5. I have teapots, too, but not Christmas-related. One was my grandmother's.
    Do you realize that your kitchen wall is the perfect set-up for a murder mystery?
    Wish you good health in the new year and that you and Denis have a happy 2020.

    1. I have "normal" teapots, too. One of them is about 150 years old and, yes, I do use it. (Carefully.) Taking a look at that photo reminds me that the kitchen can be a very deadly place!

      Happy New Year, Kathy!

  6. A possible title for your book could be "Bloodshed aming the Blades."


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