Tuesday, September 30, 2014

September in Review

Well, forest friends, it seems September has fallen like an old oak tree.  The month went by far too fast for my liking, but I still managed to have a bit of fun.  Like lying in bed in a green silk nightgown with a jigger of absinthe, watching experimental forest films, finding a vintage brown 60's office chair for free, writing books, starting the Forest Fiction Fan Club, getting new dresses, harvesting herbs, receiving  gifts from friends(wooden mushrooms, a mushroom plaque, and a stone squirrel!) spending time with kind people, organizing my potion cabinet, doodling stumps, getting all excited for back to school season, buying new socks, watching Chip & Dale cartoons in the mornings while I work, my cats wearing ties, getting records from my mom in the mail, going on trips to the seaside, re-reading and re-watching Peter Pan, discovering two amazing 60's forest folk bands, and having some successful yard sales at our house.  

Forest Filmography:
God Help the Girl
Cabin in the Cotton
Taming the Wild
Greenwich Village : Music That Defined a Generation

Songs of September:
September with Pete - Woods
Peter Pan - Jinja Safari
Feeding Line - Boy & Bear
High Highs - Open Season
Forest - Tudor Lodge
Be Like Me - Sunforest
Willow Tree - Tudor Lodge
Loose Leaves - Bright Eyes

Blogs Discovered:

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