Tag Archives: Muntins

Muntins, by A Lady

March 7th, International Muntins Day, in a way. What are the chances of my unearthing this, a poem upon that subject, by the Edwardian character whose output I increasingly seem to stumble upon? Irregardless (as someone I knew used to … Continue reading

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Mullions

Back in March I posted a piece about muntins. Window muntins. It was about its being a new word to me, encountered in a much-loved book. It’s become, that post, the number one driver of traffic to this blog. That’s … Continue reading

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Muntins

I learned a new word yesterday. It was strange to have learned it when I did, because for the past week or so, off and on, I’ve been repainting the window frames of our house; the old, old sashes. Spent … Continue reading

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