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Daily Archives: December 18, 2011
Today, it is time to meet Zenne, the Karagoz puppet that I refer to as “the nervous nellie like a bowl of jelly.” I realized that this moniker was befitting of her when I passed by Nervous Nellie’s Shop – … Continue reading
Well, woe is me. Karagöz is up to his tricks, this time with a “ghost post.” These puppets are so anxious to get ahead on posting for the new year, that they accidentally hit “publish” instead of “schedule” for a … Continue reading