Monthly Archives: August 2010

30 Day Meme – Day 8

Day 8 – a photo that makes you angry/sad This is another vaguely embarrassing one for Jennie. This is Jennie, Dad and myself, taken a couple of decades ago now. Please ignore the hideous dresses, it was the Eighties. It … Continue reading

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30 Day Meme – Day 7

Day 7 – a photo that makes you happy Hmmm, there are many many to choose from for this, but I’ve had a scroll through all the photos on my computer, and I’ve found this one… I can’t remember when … Continue reading

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30 Day Meme – Day 6

Day 6 – Whatever Tickles Your Fancy Firstly, major relief that there’s no more “favourite” questions. As you might have gathered, questions like that annoy me. I can answer some of them though. For instance: My favourite colour is purple. … Continue reading

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My kit for Hogwarts

A vintage, and therefore very used and dented, silver cauldron. A crazy little kitty. A magic broomstick that gets bigger when I use the right charm, easy for carrying. And my wand – 9″ purple willow with a dragon heartstring … Continue reading

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More mini aliens

I’ve decided that since I’ll be making so many I’m just going to give them numbers for names. This is Number Four This is Number Five And this is Number Six

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30 Day Meme – Day 5

Day 5 – Your favourite quote. I’m not going to do my whole rant again, I’ll just tell you that I have more than twenty books of quotes, and three notebooks full of additional quotes that I’ve collected. I have … Continue reading

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New Thing: Challenge # 33

Challenge 33 – Watch 26 movies that you’ve never seen before, one for each letter of the alphabet (2 weeks) Here are the movies I chose and got hold of… A) Amelie This was kind of sweet. I liked the … Continue reading

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