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The Tale of the Owls and the Wee Folk

image link Once upon a time, in the days of mighty trees and nights of magical forests, the owls chose to live among humans. I'm here to tell the tale of how that came to be. At one point, owls were solely the servants of the Wee Folk, transporting them to their own frolickings, especially… Continue reading The Tale of the Owls and the Wee Folk

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The Other Way

image link Serendipity.  I just finished watching Season 4 of Peaky Blinders, the Netflix original.  The Peaky Blinders were an actual gang in England in the 1890’s, named for the razors they sewed into the brims of their caps to blind their opponents when the razors slashed capillary-rich foreheads so the blood ran into their… Continue reading The Other Way