Happy Page Update #18-32

This week on The Happy Page: Seventy-eight years ago today, a book was published that used just 50 small words to tell its whimsical rhyming story. Written as the result of a bet between author and publisher, it quickly became one of the most popular children’s books of all time, was translated into multiple languages – including Latin! – and has sold well over 8 million copies to date.

It’s also a lot of fun to read aloud, although not nearly as much of a challenge as Fox in Socks. 😉

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Tales from the Land of Ever After: Winds of Change, Part 7

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Happy Page Update #18-31

The Happy Page is supposed to be updated every Sunday with a video that is cute or yummy or funny or inspiring or something.

Unless I completely forget to do it, which happened this past Sunday. Oops!

The Sad Fate of the Friday Story

Sadly, there will not be a story posted today, because a bear ate it. Specifically this bear:

I will be returning to GenCon again today to confront him about this, but I doubt it will do much good. He’ll be moving on to new territory after this weekend, though, so next Friday I’ll be able to post fiction safely again. 😉

(No bears were harmed in the making of this post, because I’m pretty sure he’s undead or something.)

Happy Page Update #18-30

This week on The Happy Page: If an English muffin and a pancake had a baby…okay, that doesn’t even make sense to me, and I just typed it. But this is a classic for breakfast. Or brunch. Or afternoon tea. Just make some and eat them, you’ll see. And they keep pretty well, so you can make a batch on the weekend and have them for breakfast throughout the week.

The recipe is on The Bread Kitchen website, but if you’re in a hurry to get baking – not that you can ‘hurry’ things made with yeast very much – then here is the list of ingredients: 2 cups flour, 1 cup warm milk, 3/4 cup warm water, 2 teaspoons (or 1 packet) yeast, 1 teaspoon salt, and 1 teaspoon sugar.

The Happy Page is updated every Sunday with a video that is cute or yummy or funny or inspiring or something.
Content is always relatively cheery, but not guaranteed to be safe for work – slack at your own risk!