mockturtle (hellblazer06) wrote,
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  • Sat, 12:12: RT @nswarchives: #SayitonSaturday and help us create a new online exhibition launching 9 May. Share your story about this image. https://t.…
  • Sat, 12:28: RT @BirdlifeOz: An evocative piece by Sean Dooley @Twitchathon on the dawn chorus. Which bird is Australia's earliest riser? Share with us…
  • Sat, 12:43: RT @Pythika: A shoemaker cuts out a leather sole around his customer's foot on this black figure pot, made at Athens in about 500BC and a r…
  • Sat, 16:25: RT @natachasuttor: Cooking the microwave way @70s_party: turns out there’s a lot you can do with your microwave, and I’m ready to support y…
  • Sat, 16:47: RT @LucillaRonai: 2/ Here is part two of the video where I conduct tear repairs with Japanese tissue paper and wheat starch paste. I also d…
  • Sat, 16:47: RT @LucillaRonai: 1/ I'm a conservator working from home. I now have time to create videos of my treatments. Join me as I treat some of the…
  • Sat, 18:42: (All your sheep news) Prickles the sheep fleeced of seven years of wool after making ewe-turn for home https://t.co/Mpub75KnXi
  • Sat, 18:44: (Bet you didn't know I grew up eating shark, well, neither did I until I was well past grown up) False Bay's great… https://t.co/L5YmVrER7O
  • Sat, 18:45: RT @LondonMudlark: Britain moved to Gregorian calendar from the Julian in 1752. 11 days were lost in transition. Julian year began on 25 Ma…
  • Sat, 19:00: RT @SeymourSydney: With theatres currently closed, now may be a time to find pleasure in reading Shakespeare. In this week's #SaturdayShare
  • Sun, 07:11: RT @The_FPSLondon: Here is a piece of Sèvres porcelain, 1759, that has been a part of my life longer than most. I bought it in two parts, o…
  • Sun, 07:23: RT @neilhimself: It's canonical in the Good Omens universe that there are Terry Pratchett books and books by me in it. Whether the book Goo…
  • Sun, 07:31: RT @The_Globe: Will you be joining us for our old merry England romp on Monday? Here's a sneak peek at what to expect in Shakespeare & Fle…
  • Sun, 07:37: RT @Iconawrites: The current social distancing rules say we must not be in contact with other people, but there is no rule against self-iso…
  • Sun, 07:40: RT @archivetvmus71: The Legend of Robin Hood (1975). Paul Darrow makes for a suitably oily Sheriff of Nottingham. https://t.co/Hfi0ARyTZz
  • Sun, 07:43: RT @nationaltrust: While on a routine security checks, our local team @FelbriggHallNT walked in on a most unexpected visitor in the oranger…
  • Sun, 07:56: RT @nationaltrust: If you thought the apple blossom looked particularly good this year, you’re not alone. Continuous sunshine has led to…
  • Sun, 10:10: RT @nlagovau: International, National, Regional, State and Local news? Yes please! 🤓 This World Press Freedom Day use your National Librar…
  • Sun, 10:16: RT @whatgrandmawore: Continuing with the gold theme I've unintentionally run with over the last few posts...1845 dress and train, Portugues…
  • Sun, 10:17: RT @metmuseum: This ancient Egyptian collar was carefully designed using beads of diminishing lengths to create its curved form. Although a…
Tags: #caturday, #saturdayshare, #sayitonsaturday, twitter
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