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Claire M BS: what are your hobbies? (88* d) RE: BS: what are your hobbies? 14 May 13


To Michelle – what sort have you read??

I can, & do, switch between that kind of talk easily. I'm not sure what the sort of thing I read would be called – I read an amazing book where this Egyptian princess had to be stung by a wasp every morning, she had her eyes painted with beetles (their juice, not pictures of them) & drank her servants' blood. Sounds disgusting but I loved it.

Also ashamed to say I loved Point Horror & am really pleased it's being revived. Better than the above book, although it's nice to have a change occasionally!

To Kendall; I've got an old-looking watch on a necklace.

Not sure if I actually have hobbies – that tends to mean things you can actually do, doesn't it, & there's not a lot I *can* actually do; that's why I've always preferred to occupy myself mentally. I love folk magic, jewellery etc & luckily so does the woman who helps me make mine – she's done me some fantastic earrings toadstools, pentagrams, dragonflies etc,. Every time she mentions the Goddess, Other Half looks at me & says "Gaudete"!

I write – I wrote a ton of stories before moving, & though I still find my situation difficult (who wouldn't), that helped loads. I ended up customising my necklace that I wear to summon help with a dragon's claw.

I found a pendant that looks just like Steeleye's logo so when I get some new beads I'm going to get a necklace & bag made with it on. I suppose that'll be my "ritual wear" for their concerts.

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