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Goethe once wrote a poem about a happy couple called “Die glücklichen Gatten“. My version has no words, just a handle to turn.
There was an old spider who lived in quite a stew.
She had so many children, she didn’t know what to do.
So she span a nice roundabout from silken thread;
And whizzed them all around until she put them to bed.
Teatime is that time when friends get together for a nice cup of tea and a good chat and the conversation just goes round and round and round …
Most babies have a limited repertoire and this one is no different. Still, you can see baby’s adventure in the north in “It’s Magic #1“.
Yolanda is a moving example of the ancient art of wooden Yoga. Yolanda’s wooden Yoga skills are so advanced that she has mastered the technically very demanding eyebrow twitch, even accomplishing the plait swing with simultaneous neck stretch first recorded aeons ago in the darkest depths of the forests surrounding Berlin.
As a master of her craft, she is entitled to wear the Navy blue initiate’s frock, with its matching conical headpiece.
What does it take to make us happy? How do we get to seventh heaven or even up onto cloud nine? It’s really the small things in life which count
Here is the moving experience of being in Seventh Heaven
Mum’s originally from the Clothespeg family. She has to keep a close eye on her four young Brushheads, who are always ready for some mischief.
Dizzy Duck has nowhere to go except around and around, quacking plaintively on occasion. A dizzying, pointillist plumage rounds things off.
This mini magician is a fearful fellow. With a little help he can wave his wand and say his magic spells – provided he can see what he’s doing of course. A member of the Berlin branch of the Oddsocks family, he is never seen without his moon pendant. Rumour has it that he becomes invisible when he takes it off.