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Carol Davison Fine Artist is leading an tour tomorrow, starting at the Spetchells at 10.30. Carol’s own fantastic can be seen at on Front Street.







DERNIERS JOURS avant la fermeture estivale pour venir voir « L’amour », une de Louis Thomas jusqu'au samedi 20 juillet (reprise le 10 septembre)







.dabney .... The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new. -Socrates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . —————— . . . . .













.dabney .... The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new. -Socrates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . —————— . . . . .







先日のカフェ雑貨 新座garlandの店内。カフェの水のボトルはもちろん内装、商品すべてがプロヴァンスです。 雑貨大好きなモデルさんもわくわくのご様子でした。 Model: さらさん .nona M9-P 35mm f1.4 1st later 










And talking about and , after seeing i popped in the and no 🔴 with my etching, no 970. Big snifffff Grab it while you can, till 12 August!






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#ThisAgain Challenge - July 17th - The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle

Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp 

I’m mostly just drawing on the elements of death and mystery surrounding both of these novels but I gotta say, this prompt is definitely making me want to read all these Evelyn books 😅

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Review: Girl in the Window by Penny Joelson
Rating: 3/5

“We were hidden, our stories never told. But now our lives have changed - we see the light.”

Kasia has Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and has been more or less trapped in her house for the last eight months. Unable to go out and interact with the world without utterly exhausting herself, she spends most of her time looking out her bedroom window. But when she witnesses a girl being abducted in her street, she is brave enough to call the police. But she was not the only witness. There was a girl in the window across the street too and Kasia is determined to find out if she knows anything about what happened too.

I absolutely loved Joelson’s first novel, I Have No Secrets, and I was so excited to read another novel about a disabled teenager solving crimes while taking care of their health. Girl in the Window gave me half of that. Joelson brings us another intriguing mystery and I enjoyed reading about how Kasia helped Reema. And I really liked learning about Kasia’s ME and seeing how the condition affected her, especially since it’s #OwnVoices representation.

But Kasia’s constant disregard for her own health while simultaneously complaining about nobody understanding how her illness worked was infuriating. I get that she was only 14 and in that stage where she just wants to be like everyone else but she clearly understood her illness and her limitations but just kept ignoring them. This especially annoyed me when she went on a date with an obnoxious boy, completely ignoring all her triggers and boundaries. When, oh when, am I going to get a YA novel where the love interest is respectful about the disabled character’s illness and needs?

Because while there is Nav, the boy who moves in across the street, he is not as respectful as I think Joelson wanted him to come across. Nav is simultaneously sensitive to Kasia’s health issues and also really disrespectful. It’s not okay for anybody, disabled or not, to tell someone how they should be handling their illness if they aren’t that person’s doctor. If a person with an illness or disability isn’t doing something, there’s a good reason for it. It was so frustrating to read Nav telling Kasia what to do as if he knew her body and her limitations better than she did.

What I did like about this novel was the storyline with Reema. I haven’t read any books about victims of trafficking before and it was heartbreaking to see how she was treated and how afraid she was to reach out for help. I don’t know how accurate or sensitive the portrayal was but if you wanted to learn a little about what it’s like for the victim, this might be a good place to start. I think if Joelson had focused on this part of the story, perhaps giving us a dual narrative to deepen the friendship between Kasia and Reema, it would’ve elevated the novel to the same level as Joelson’s debut.

While I didn’t find this as good as Joelson’s first novel, it was still an interesting story with a diverse cast of characters.

Warnings: Ableism and references to human trafficking.