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flax-golden tales: broken horses

broken horses broken horses are still wild only worn and wounded by time no amount of harm can diminish their passion their spirit will remain even if hooves and hearts and memories are lost being trapped in stone is not the same as being tamed it simply makes them stronger changing form cannot change nature […]

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going on hiatus

An announcement! Erinland is going on temporary hiatus. Not that it will be terribly noticeable, since I have pre-scheduled flax-golden tales & will possibly be posting photos from hiatusland, but I thought I’d announce it anyway. I am hugely busy this week and then I shall be away on proper vacation next week. I might […]

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flax-golden tales: hardest truths from softest wool

hardest truths from softest wool You will not want to consult the lambs—no one truly does—but the opportunity cannot be resisted if given. So if the sun is right and they are waiting for you, ears alert and listening, you will enter their field under many small watchful gazes. You will lean close to a single […]

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autumnal & apples & birthday

Yesterday was Adam’s birthday and I wanted to do something appropriately autumnal so we drove a bit up the Hudson and went apple picking. We picked apples and got an early pumpkin and also the farm had bunnies and chickens. We also took a lot of photos, including Adam levitating and me in the first […]

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flax-golden tales: to the ones who do the leaving

to the ones who do the leaving This is an ode to the ones who do the leaving. The ones who dare to break ties and hearts because they know they are not princes in disguise, are not one true loves, are not cursed. Those who cannot be anything but what they are no matter […]

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circus art

I shared this over on Tumblr and Twitter last week but I thought I’d put it over here for good measure. Illustration of Celia by the amazingly talented Abigail Larson: Prints are available over here. I already ordered one. The Night Circus was published 2 years ago this week. It seems like it was just […]

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flax-golden tales: lucky

lucky Most patrons assume the name doesn’t actually mean anything, but establishments are not permitted use of the word “Lucky” unless they have approval from the Board of Fortuity. The Board of Fortuity prefers to keep such things regulated, though the regulations are hardly public knowledge. Often the assessments are performed without the proprietor’s knowledge, […]

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home again home again

Returned from the road tripping and now I’m catching up on life, though the catching will likely take awhile. Had a lovely time at a lovely wedding of a friend of Adam’s (they had a tower of donuts instead of a cake!) and got a lot of reading done and had a lot of delicious […]

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