Monthly Archives: February 2010
I bought a Rag & Bone jacket the other day. I feel like it has a bit of a bad boy thing going – not bad boy in the motorcycle gang creaky leather sense. Rather, bad little boy spoiled with treats, sticking gum on his teacher’s chair. Speaking of goblin school.
This also works as an accurate self portrait (of my soul, at the very least), minus the fat sacks of goblin silver.
I replaced the buttons, though, because I’m obsessive like that. Wooden buttons make me all tittering and weak in the knees.
Two new shiny things for my hoard. I already can’t remember what type the bottom one is, but the top one is fire quartz. It’s hard to see here, but it has mysterious, translucent layers of orange and blue.
I’d like to learn how to polish and facet stones, at some point. Also, how to pick locks. Where the hell do you find teachers for that stuff? I need a school run by goblins.
The weather is absurdly nice. I would sacrifice a thousand kittens to be at the cabin right now.
The best part about the cabin is sifting through all the old stuff. Like this mouldering cloth-bound poetry book, with my grandfather’s professorial notes.
This is him and my mum, having magical wilderness adventures that I want to be part of.