Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Week in Review 23rd Feb- 1st March and 2nd- 8th March

 

Monday 23rd February- Sunday 1st March

What I did

Applied for course
Faery card making with the awesome Yasmin
Learning runes
Weavesilk thanks to hedgefairy
Notes on faeries for novel
Did rune and oracle readings

Watching

Franklyn (Triggers: suicide)
ParaNorman
The Enchanted Parlour
The Originals
Never Mind The Buzzcocks
Britain's Wicca Man doco
the Mighty Boosh

Reading

Cig Wicca and Witchcraft
Amphigorey Too by Edward Gorey
The Blue Girl by Charles de Lint
The Fairies in Tradition and Literature by Katharine Briggs

Listening To

Inkubus Sukkubus
The Tea party
Cocteau Twins
Sisters of mercy
London After Midnight

2nd- 8th March

What I did

Typing writing notes
Begun studying a cert in companion animals
Bookmark, thanks note and cute card from Debi!
Reading Shelley to my dark prince Isambard (bird)
Saw the lovely Kat, made coffin shaped blood red jelly!
Meat Cake by Dame Darcy

Watching

Britain's Wicca Man
Tale of a Vampire (Julian Sands)
Rewatching Impromptu (also Julian Sands lol)
10 minute meditations on Positive Magazine on YouTube
Warlock (Julian Sands)
The Enchanted Parlour on YouTube
The Doctor and the Devils (Julian Sands)
Gothic again (Julian sands, see a theme here?)
After.life (very disturbing)
Warlock Armageddon (this is way darker than the fun and silly first one. Let's just say daemon childbirth is as gross as it sounds!) But still b-grade, high level nudity and unintentionally ridiculous gore. Only worth it for Julian.  
Witch hunt 1994- don't even bother with this one unless you are a huge Julian Sands fan

Reading

Amphigorey by Edward Gorey
Gothic charm School by Jillian Venters
The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black
Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman
Salem Brownstone: All Along The Watchtowers by

Listening To

Bauhaus, same other bands as last week

15 comments:

  1. That short hair is so lovely! :)

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  2. Laura, I love your new haircut! What did you think of The Darkest Part of the Forest? I haven't read it yet.

    Blessings,

    Victoria

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  3. I love these weekly review posts ^^

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  4. Your Sand-a-thon didn't include Arachnophobia! He was a bit of a hottie in his day.

    The jelly sounds awesome :)

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    1. Nor The Phantom of the Opera by Argento, because that was packed away with my things! So sad, he is beautiful in that, with long, long hair!

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  5. Love the cherry red coffin! Excited to see your Art from the Faerie Card class!
    Most of all....your bright smile! More smiling , best accessory! xoDebi

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    1. Thank you! Glad you like my sinister grin!

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  6. You do such neat things! You always inspire me with what next I want to read or watch or get up to!

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    1. Aw, thank you! That is so flattering! <3

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    1. Made from the blood of mine enemies...

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  8. YOU HAIR!!! I love it. Truly adorable.

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