Wherever you are is my home
directed by Amanda Topping
This is the final episode of Season One. We cover this episode, as we have for the past six weeks, and pinpoint the cliffhangers and stories Moira Walley-Beckett and team have to work with for (the biggest cliffhanger) Season Two. (pleasebeaseasontwopleasebeaseasontwo)
There was a little confusion about the direction of OUR show, The History Chicks, and thank you to all who realized that we did NOT alter our regularly scheduled coverage of historical women at all with this bonus series. This was an example of The History Chicks accessories. It was fun to do and if Anne comes back, so will we. (Well, we’ll be back next week with the life story of a remarkable woman whose identity will remain secret until then.)
We’ll put that in the shownotes!
Give them some thanks for this excellent series (and, maybe, ask for season two):
You should thank these three for their work, and follow their careers and life antics, but we doubt they have anything to do with a second season:
The absolutely spot on Family Road Trip song that Jerry sang, Il éait une bergère’s lyrics (WITH translation into English that will reveal a dark side to this children’s song) on Mama Lisa’s World, International Music and Culture.
History for kids of PEI- A fun resource for kids to learn about the long history of Prince Edward Island
Anne with an “E” Reading Challenge:
(all links, unless noted, go to online versions)
The Grasshopper by Mrs. Andrew Dean
the Bible (various verses. Link to KJV because that’s what Anne would have read.)
Red: A natural history of the redhead by Jacky Collis Harvey (link to Amazon, it’s not available online)
**new this week** Middlemarch, by George Eliot
(And this is the Libby App that Beckett is a huge fan of)
See you for Season Two!!