Amateur Historian, William Pitt the Younger fangirl, follower of Voltaire, admirer of literature, shameless lover of 1930s and 40s costume dramas and believer of Kierkegaardian Christianity. Expect the absurd, the literary, the historical and hopefully the witty.
Whether she succeeds in any of them is open to debate.
If you want the basket, put the kittens in the brass thing.
Robbing famously witty authors is always a bad idea, though it does give the authors a chance to display their satirical talents. The notice here is from Mark Twain, who was robbed of his silverware on September 8th, 1908. After the burglars were caught, Twain commissioned this notice to hang on his door.