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Nov. 20th, 2020


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[info]valloic
It was suggested at the coffee shop this morning that I try an eggnog chai tea latte and I must say it did not disappoint. I've had eggnog before but not used as part of another drink.

anne.
I've been asked to Bitty and Jack's wedding on the 5th and can bring someone, would you like to go with me?

Nov. 11th, 2020


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[info]valloic
I will admit I'm more than a little unsure what to make of all of this.

anne, bash.
Are either of you seeing someone?

Nov. 3rd, 2020


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[info]valloic
That fellow back there called me Mister Lacroix and said thank you sir and didn't even give me the bad eye. Let me tell you, that's an experience I'll never mind repeating! It's possible baby Delphine is having her effect on people already. Nothing else about this makes any sense so at least I can count on that.


I don't really know that I believe anyone can see this but if ya can, mind being so kind as to point me in the direction of a Mister Gilbert Blythe and Miss Anne Shirley-Cuthbert? I'd be grateful.

Nov. 2nd, 2020


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[info]valloic

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There are some really beautifully colored leaves on the ground! I've noticed some people are bagging them up? Which is fine, of course, but actually, the leaves are really good for plants! If they're shredded and left on the ground, worms will come and eat them, and a healthy garden has plenty of worms! Or you can use them to keep perennial bulbs and root vegetables warm during the winter. I liked to have a pile, and then in the spring when the leaves had decomposed, I would use them as food for the soil. A happy ground is a happy garden!

Which is a very silly statement and I can't really believe I've said that.

Oct. 23rd, 2020


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[info]valloic

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Log: Anne & Gilbert


[info]gingersnark
[info]valloic
Anne Shirley-Cuthbert
Gilbert Blythe
WHO Anne Shirley-Cuthbert & Gilbert Blythe
WHERE Gilbert’s apartment!
WHEN October 12th
WHAT After Anne’s arrival, she gets some modern clothes and harasses Gilbert.
STATUS Complete!
WARNINGS Some missing of families but it’s tame!
C - O - N - F - L - I - C - T - E - D. Read more... )

Oct. 19th, 2020


[info]flowerlanguage
[info]valloic

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[info]flowerlanguage
[info]valloic
This device truly is fascinating, though part of me wonders if it can record what I speak and what I also type can it do the same to what I'm simply thinking?

More importantly, can someone explain the new rules of fashion to me? The Google I was directed to is a wealth of information but I think it might be better to get a quick lesson first.

Oct. 14th, 2020


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[info]valloic

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[info]valloic
Right. A holiday centered around bones and death. Why not. And we wonder why the Overlook showed to fuck with us.

Do we suggest holidays to celebrate to some administrative Vallo person with a pen and a never-ending ream of paper? Because I'd like to suggest we celebrate Thorghenz. It's a holiday from a cheerless people in my world but do you know what it provides that isn't bones and death? Clams. A bountiful harvest from Our Lady of the Sea, whatshername, but more importantly clams any way you could ever want them. I suppose there's dancing too. Shockingly few bones, occasionally death but honestly what holiday doesn't deal in a little grave dirt from time to time, especially when families unite to celebrate it? Consider it, Vallo. Raise your standards. We might've had it all (clams).

In other news, I miss a barter economy. This actually being expected to pay for things - with money - when you buy them? Mmm. It's a choice.

Finally, subject three: is there some sort of organization (preferably a club which drinks) that deals with how not to be a morally bankrupt fucknut? Asking for a friend.

Oct. 12th, 2020


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[info]valloic

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[info]valloic
Oh what a feast for the eyes! This world is just FILLED with glorious things and such kind and caring people. Thank you, to those that escorted me from that lovely forest and thank you to those that taught me how to use this and were EVER so patient with my many many questions. Is it true it can connect to everyone, as instantly as talking to one's face? There is no need for glorious paper and spilled ink?

I am terribly rude and Marilla would have my head for it, I am so, so, sincerely sorry, please accept my humble apologies from the bottom of my heart for not making proper introductions right off the bat. I'm Anne, I was supposed to be starting at Queen's University soon but surely it's more important to explore than it is to worry about my education at a time like this. Adventure IS education and a glorious, much-needed distraction! I can't very well get in trouble when there is no way home, now can I?

Just how "dangerous" is this forest? I have quite the mind for direction and exploration and would like to go for a walk, but have no wish for people to need to rescue me if there are monsters and creatures lurking. What did you all do first when you arrived?

Enthusiastically,
Anne Shirley-Cuthbert