But No. Julie excelled herself and frustrated Becky who has to do the research and write the blog post by coming up with:
Talking of Dark Things, I know many of you are interested in the old Witch Trials and the poor women who were punished for being a little different to the rest of society. You may find this website rather interesting. It's written by a local historian I've known for many years and is absolutely fascinating. It's all about two witches who were hanged in my town in the 17th century. The pamphlet written was used to set a precedence in the Salem Witch Trials. For me, the great thing about the site is that they've traced the accusers and witnesses, found where they lived and have posted pictures of the houses as they are today (or when they last existed). One of the houses is currently the wool shop where I buy my DMC and ribbons!
The website is very wordy and I found it quite hard to read when the window was fully opened. By moving the margin of the window so it is about 4 inches wide it becomes much easier! I will mention this to Ivan when I see him next. I'm sure he'd love some feedback so if you have any comments then please let me know and I'll pass them on.
Finally, Madame Muriel is currently pouring over her atlas trying to decide where to visit next. You have until Thursday to put in your bids for her company. Leave a comment on her last post here.