Month: August 2016

More Witchiness

More Witchiness

In my last post, I shared that I love reading about witches.  There are books and books of critical theory on witches and their symbolism.  Much of this became popular again with the release of The Witch (2015), a movie set in the 1600s that told the story of a family and their dance with witchcraft. …

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I Put a Spell on You…

I Put a Spell on You…

I completely forgot a  2016 read in my last post!  This week I finished Thornyhold by Mary Stewart for the second time. I rarely read books twice.  Come on, who has time for that?  I first got this book at the library when I lived in Austin, Texas.  It was recommended by a co-worker who was a …

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In Which I Try To Get Organized

In Which I Try To Get Organized

I’ve been obsessed with buying an old Volkswagon Bug lately – I think it’s a product of watching too much Bates Motel – which is why I chose this image for this post.  No other reason!  Although, I suppose I could argue that sharing that I want an old Bug is actually catching up.  :p …

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All The Missing Girls

All The Missing Girls

Oh, dear.  I’ve done it again.  I’ve fallen behind!! 🙂  I suppose it’s the story of my life- but life has been so good lately!  I’ve been reading, sewing, knitting, playing with my boys, spending time with my husband…  So I’m not complaining! It has been hot though, especially for NH standards.  I am so …

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