The most frustrating part of this whole wisdom teeth extraction thing isn’t the solid-food-thwarting-me thing, but the fact that it has left me so wiped out. Yeah yeah, surgery, having bones pulled out of my jaw, and so on, but still! I did not expect to still be feeling weak and exhausted almost a week later! I’ve got Stuff To Do, dammit!
Today’s goal: job hunt, write a Gothic Charm School post, and maybe do some laundry. With minimum nappage.
I really just need to learn how to crochet, don’t I? Because then I could get the pattern and make this.
thebattyblackloli asked you:
Hello! I was wondering if your excited for Anne Rice’s new book to come out. It’s suppose to be a true sequel to ‘Queen of the Damned’. Prince Lestat ( I love the name of the book)
khephnes asked you:
Have you heard that Anne Rice is [likely] coming out with a new book about the vampire Lestat? Because I feel honor-bound to tell you if you haven’t.
Life is about surviving things, appreciating nature, nurturing kindness & friendship.. and dancing.
And being vampires, apparently.
Year of the Horse - Giveaway time from Osteal (AHS-tee-ul)
This is the first of three give-aways coming up. You will receive everything that is pictured (plus more)
The Prizes: - two antique pieces of bone/horn
- locally collected moss, lichen, fungi and wasp nests pieces
- elk bone, shells, arrowheads
- unknown skull, jaw and vertebra that i’ve acquired
- small bag of small bones
- piece of petrified wood
- vintage doily, chunk of rabbit fur, large skeleton key
- All in a large vintage Cigar Box
Jewelry : one deer knuckle bone necklace, one mourning style hair locket, one pair of raccoon rib earrings, one silver earring with snake vertebrae, locally sourced horse hair necklace
The Rules: Do not remove ANY of this text
Must be a U.S resident (will have an international give away later in the month!), and 18 or older
- Must Follow or be following Ostealjewelry.tumblr.com
- Tag ostealjewelry at the bottom of the post
- Reblog for an entry, each reblog counts
- likes are appreciated too
Must be a real blog, no giveaway blogs - MUST have your ask box open so i can contact you - U.S. Residents only, you must be 18 years or older
Winner will be chosen APRIL 30th - winner will be notified via tumblr, make sure your ask box is open. Winner will be chosen at random by a generator - after contacted winner will have 48 hours to respond, after 48 hours another winner will be chosen.
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Witchy Spring Giveaway
I am so excited for the spring equinox and I wanted to do a fun little giveaway for my readers.
What’s in it?
- Geode Slices
- Moon Infinity Scarf from JessikaFancy
- Crescent moon necklace from Tarnish
- All-seeing Eye Brooch (color may vary)
- St. Stevie Nicks altar Candle from LastCraft
- Poppy Flowers in a can that you can grow!
- 2 bars of Citrus Soap from LUSH
- Murad blackhead and pore cleaning duo
- 5 small beauty samples - including benefit, urban decay, etc
How to Win
- Click on the Rafflecopter link below for details on entry (all details on entry and restrictions are at the Rafflecopter link)
- Share this post
- Giveaway runs from Sunday March 9th through Monday March 17th
True, all of it. I want people to try and figure out if I’m going to hex them, or invite them for a cup of tea.
::starts trying to remember where her spare burgundy lace dress and yards of black lace trim are in the Storage
Heap Room o’ Doom::
Anonymous asked: What would you say if my personal mental nickname for you was 'Fairy Goth-Mother'?
I would smile delightedly. Other people refer to me as their Fairy Goth-Mother, and that is my official title to my godchildren. :)
The second promotional poster with date for The Goblin Market presents The Carnival Obscura at The Steampunk World’s Fairr on May 16th, 2014 in Piscataway, NJ. Please feel free to share it around in your travels.
Design by Egregore - The Art and Design of Aristotle Pramagioulis
For tickets: http://jme.ticketleap.com/spwf-2014/t/fbg/
The Goblin Market is an exhibition and staged show event that deals with a darker and fictional interpretation of what we refer to as Victoriana (1830-1900), and directly succeeding eras that blend surrealistic themes within a historical context. It draws symbolic inspiration of the Christina Rosetti poem of the same name in the concept of other worldly beings interacting with a human audience to create Faustian deals.
The Goblin Market also reinvents the term “goblin” from its fairy and fantasy roots from folklore and legend. Rather than creatures of mischief and mild mayhem – these are elusive and otherworldly beings that have an insatiable desire for deal and bargain alike. The purpose of these deals is to slowly strip the human rube of their humanity and in some extreme cases, their life.
Please note: This is the VIP Event for The Steampunk World’s Fair on (tentatively) the Friday night of the weekend - May 16th. VIP Tickets for Steampunk World’s Fair are required for admission.
The Goblin Market’s interpretation of these otherworldly occupants is different than the fairytale renditions. They appear as though human although gaunt, dressed in bizarre arrays of anachronistic fashion, and in some cases have very distinct yellow irises. By their attire and couture they appear interested in Victorian, sideshow, carnivale, and funerary styles. Within their possession, they carry on their person strange, rusted adornments about their clothing that harbor occult purpose. Within their wares are some of the strangest and most curious relics and items. And every item, adornment, or object of fancy is available for trade.
There is unspeakable darkness that clings to the Goblin Market. It is shrouded in mystery, fear, and excitement. Our souls long for wonderment that breaks away from the monotony of our daily lives even if it means sinking into the darkest parts of our hearts. The desire that dwells in those dark pits that grant our defining humanity seem immortalizing to these Goblins – the Autumn People, The Beings on the Other Side of the Mirror – and everywhere they go, insidious smiles at bewildered faces of patrons of all sizes, shapes, and creeds are bound to follow.
We invite you to come dressed in the more macabre fashions of Steampunk and Victorian fashion and revel in this most unusual show.
Oohhhh, I wish I could be there. Totally not possible with my budget or schedule, but it sounds like a fabulous event.
Anonymous asked: Are you a feminist?
I believe that all people should be treated with dignity and have equal rights. HELL YES I’M A FEMINIST. This shouldn’t come as a surprise to any of you.