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Diane's Deep Thoughts

In which our heroine spends a lot of time to little effect

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27 December 1983
18th century, 19th century, ahab's wife, animals, archaeology, art deco, babies, baking, being tied up, big band, bird watching, bohemian, books, breastfeeding, burlesque, buying too much yarn, camping, ceilidh dancing, cheese, chivalry, climbing trees, contra dancing, cooking, corsetry, corsets, court dancing, craft, crofting, current affairs, dancing, dar williams, dita von teese, dressing up, edwardian, english country dancing, english literature, faeries, fairies, fairy tales, fantasy, flappers, fly fishing, folk dancing, folk music, folklore, forests, frankenstein, french dancing, fun facts, garters, geek, get fuzzy, ghosts, good manners, greek history, hair toys, herman melville, hiking, historical costuming, history, homebirth, indie music, intellect, internet, irish dancing, jack the ripper, jazz, kirtan, kitchen witchery, knights, knitting, ladies, laying in the grass, legends, linguistics, literature, long hair, lord of the rings, medieval stuff, microbrews, military history, moby dick, moulin rouge, musketeers, mythology, nature, old fashioned, paganism, passion, peace, pearls, pearls before swine, photography, pin up, poetry, politics, portraiture, psychology, quilting, reading, renaissance, ritual, road trips, roman empire, roman history, romanticism, rscds, sandstone, sarcasm, scotland, scottish country dancing, sena jeter naslund, sewing, speakeasies, spirituality, stilettos, stockings, swashbuckling, swimming, swing, swordfighting, tarot, tattoos, tea, the civil war, the jazz age, the princess bride, thunderstorms, tightlacing, tilting at windmills, tim burton, tolkien, transcendentalism, traveling, u of o, unassisted childbirth, university of aberdeen, university of oregon, victorian era, viggo mortenson, vintage fashion, waist cinchers, waist training, welsh dancing, wine, wit, witchcraft, writing, yarn

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