She Packed Dark Tales, a Hammer, a Candle, a Railroad Spike and a Crimson Hatbox

I’m taking a short cyber-break… about 13 days. I won’t tell you where I’m going—a witchy girl must wrap some mystery about her, you know? But I’m planning to bring you back a present. No idea what it might be… perhaps books or random yummies… I can’t get a present for each person, so I’ll pick the name of one Wicked Darling who comments on this post. Don’t you love surprises?

You can leave different comments every day. How? Easy, my Wicked Luvs! Imagine different travel destinations, for my Piano Man and me; then come up with super fantastic adventures for us to be in. Example: “She packed dark tales, a hammer, a candle, a railroad spike and a crimson hatbox… before traveling to Bad Ass, Lancre, for the Witches’ Winter Ball. She had to rush out of the place, after a group of dancing dragons (in red and black tutus) crashed the party. The Piano Man was seen dance-battling a vicious Hungarian Horntail while riding Granny Weatherwax’s broom.”

Have fun, my Luvs!
Read you on the 13th of January.
Do all kinds of Wicked things while I’m gone;
I promise I will do it a lot.
*cackles and giggles*

54 comments:

  1. Lol...you just can't rest can you :D...have fun!!! That's an order!!! :D XXX

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  2. Before I open my brew! I will wish your Magicalness! Tutu tulu!s...Casting unlimited Happiness, Health and good fortune. ( get lucky! ) I will try and keep up with her lady ship Duchy Gina....it won't be easy at my calendar age! I will sigh.....TRY! Promise to keep reading and hopefully understanding it along the way!
    Your smile will be missed....We All will be right were you imagine us to be! New Moon Happiness! xoxoDebi

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    1. Now, I must call Gina her "lady ship Duchy"!

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  3. Don't think the hammer & spike would make it past security, on your way to chat with sundry who show up at the Brocken welcoming in the New Year.

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    1. I didn't need them in the plane. ;-D

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  4. Ah, hopefully you and your piano man are on your way to someplace warm. A nice beach with warm winter waters would be lovely. Nice drinks. Fun playing in the water. Forget the dragons but do be on the lookout for land sharks and unknown creatures from the deep :)

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    1. "unknown creatures from the deep" Hahaha!

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  5. Ms Wicked and crewman 2 were cautioned about phaser use before they were beamed on board the Enterprise.

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    1. Have I told you that I adore your mind?

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  6. She cast a spell to save her Piano man from the purple dragon in the red tutu in the red mountains of Moab, Utah. They made the mistake of entering in the cave were the dragon was sleeping and made to much noise with all the cackling and laughter. So to save her Piano Man and the world The beautiful witch and princess had to come up with a great spell that would ride the world of the purple dragon in the red tutu.

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    1. I'm certain there is still a bit of red clay under my boots!

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  7. Hmmm, I picture you and Piano Man walking through the historical cemeteries of New Orleans. Perhaps visiting the tomb of Marie Laveau, or some other such icon.

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  8. Magaly, what are you going to do a lot??? LOL! Wink ;o) Have a great time ;o) I know you will bring in 2014 with a big bang ;o) Many blessings are being sent your way for the New Year ;o) Now I have to think up a story. I like yours ;o) Big Hugs ;o)

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    1. I hope the first days of your 2014 were quite bang(y), too! ;-D

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  9. THe Mr. winked at his Wickedy Woman and they dissaperated into the backroads of Victorian England in search of that very special and crucial vial of changling powder that had been stolen by the evil and cunning Omatrix.

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    1. Now, I must come up with a Victorian gown with lots of leather in it. I mean, it's the only way to dress the "evil and cunning Omatrix"!

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  10. Ha ha - brilliant!
    Have a wonderful journey, stay safe, and wicked :)

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    1. Thanks a bunch, my dear Winter Moon. It was purrrfect!

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  11. The Piano Man handed her a key. The Wicked One raised an eyebrow held the key in both hands. A warm tingling sensation began to spread from the tips of her fingers, throughout her hands, and began racing up her arms. A gasp escaped her lips as the tingling took off full force throughout every inch of her curvaceous body. She closed her eyes and a soft moan escaped her lips. Pulse racing, her eyes closed and a vision flashed in her mind.

    "Dibbler! NO!" she cried out.

    The Piano Man reached out and gently shook her. He had seen this before. The visions were a precursor to Big Wicked Things. He wasn't in the mood for BWT's. As his strong hands gripped her shoulders, he felt her stiffen, yet her energy softly hummed. She stared out beyond him, not blinking. Her eyes wide and pupils dilated, she parted her lips but no sound came out. He wasn't going to do it; nothing was going to make him turn around to see what she saw.

    Piano Man wrapped his arms around her and pulled her close to him, rocking her ever so gently and he began humming. It was the lullaby he would play for her after one of the more epic BWT's. Sweet, soft, gentle sound vibrated from his lips. She began to relax, her muscles still lightly quivering.

    Slowly she lifted her head and gazed into his incredible eyes. Her face was a mandala of emotions. The Piano Man sighed. He was going to have to ask.

    "What was it? What did you see?" he asked with trepidation in his voice.

    Just then a whiny voice called out, "Sausage inna bun here!"

    The Wicked One fainted.

    The Piano Man reached into his pocket and pulled out one quid. There was no escaping this Big Wicked Thing.

    Headology... gotta love it. ;-)

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    1. Every sensible girl would faint at the sight of "sausage-in-a-bun" and the thought of the Wicked Big Thing. Oh my goodness, you've made laugh until there were tears in my eyes!

      Headology, indeed!

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  12. Dearest Magaly, have a wonderful time wherever it is you are planning on going!
    I too am taking a break during this exact time, but it's a break from work and I will spend it at home.
    Looking forward to hearing about your adventures once you're back :)

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    1. It was delicious! And I noticed you had an amazing time, too (I just saw your new purse!).

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  13. Very mysterious! Have a wonderful start to the new year Magaly & see you on the 13th!

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    1. I came back a day earlier... You know, to see if the children had burned the house. ;-D

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  14. Wherever you're going -- have fun! I hope it's somewhere warm. Happy New Year!

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    1. It was warm, wild and delicious!

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  15. Recharging from revelry and romance, the Wicked Wonder was snuggly caccooned in the gently swaying hammock.

    The new day's Sun gently prodded her languid form. No response. (she'd had a busy night). Several minutes later from a different vantage point, the Sun tried, again, with more heat and light. Still no response.

    Enter The PIano Man with long kisses and sweet, creamy French Vanilla Coffee. Instant reaction.

    The Sun continues on his celestial journey, lamenting the rebuff, and harboring great envy for the exquisite skills of The Piano Man.

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    1. Ha!

      So very true. The Sun has no chance against my Piano Man and yummy French vanilla coffee. My man has skills!

      *hehehe*

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  16. Have a fun blogging break. You sound like you are off to some wonderful adventure.

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  17. If you all end up in Exmoor, hunting the Beast, I shall be insanely jealous! :)

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    1. The Beast is now quite civilized (well, for short spells). So it came over for tea. ;-D

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  18. Being as I won the last give-a-way :) I'll just have fun reading what everyone else post and wish you and your Piano Man love, luck, and adventure where ever you might go. And many safe returns. enjoy your downtime Magaly and I hope your New Year was Blessed <3 :)

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    1. It was a blessed time... full of new memories to delight in for many years to come!

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  19. Magaly and her Piano Man munched on exquisite artisanal bread in the Italian cafe. A wizened old lady smiled indulgently at both.

    "Gratzi both of you. I'm so busy on the fifth, I could't have managed it all without your help."

    "Professional courtesy," Magaly replied, sipping her coffee.

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    1. Now, I can't stop thinking about bread and coffee...

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  20. "Magaly... Wrap your mouth around this tasty treat"… the Pianoman found after much experimentation the replicator could now create the perfect German sausage along with a full stein of frothy beer.

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    1. Must marry a man who can pull out a perfect sausage out of the replicator ;-D

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  21. 'I told you that packing the floaties & inflatable raft would come in handy', the Little Princess cheerfully pointed out, as the Piano Man paddled Magaly & the Princess around every stone circle they found in the U.K.

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    1. I see that you know us well!

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  22. Come back! I've run out of wicked things to do!

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    1. You can never, ever, ever! run out of wicked things to do. Well, just in case, next time I will leave you a list. ;-D

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  23. Oh Wicked Lovely, where are you! Treachery is taking over and I need to draw blood.....thanks to Gina...I'm just drawing in red paint and dried blood colours. I've read 2 books! Omg! None the wiser, but delighted just the same....Counting the sleeps till you spark us and dare us to adventure ON, xoxo grim Puddleduck!

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    1. "drawing in red paint and dried blood colourrs..." I can't wait to see that!

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  24. That hat box is sexy! It makes me want to pack all sorts of herbs, bones, and blades in it and carry it with me to somewhere wild. I was in Nassau (yes, this country mouse was in the big city again) for 4 days and saw something that made me think of you. As my driver parked the car in a grove of coconut trees and shooed away the stray dogs from our path to the bar where we were going to pick up Jerk Chicken, I noticed a hammer with a red handle lying on the sand next to a mud puddle. I was so mad I didn't have a camera with me. I think this is brewing into a little story in my bubbling little mind...

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    1. A red handled hammer? Yum!

      I must be hungry. Since I started replying to messages, I've craved coffee, bread, sausage and now Jerk Chicken!

      And you are right, I can hear the story already. ;-D

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  25. The princess had followed Wesley Crusher around the ship like he was a big brother, he teaching her the dangers of the Borg, she showing him how to make an origami Enterprise and applying full face makeup and tiara to the bemused Ensign while Magaly and Pianoman entertained each other on the holodeck... Time was passing quickly and soon the trio would be beamed back to their base, bags jam-packed with unbelievable stories of adventures to share with the humans who missed and love them :)

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    1. I can definitely see her telling poor Wesley what to do... She would would probably take over the bridge, too.

      Hm, my Piano Man and I in a holodeck... now, that's yummy!

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  26. I hope you enjoy your time off and have a wonderful time whatever you do I love your box. it is so magical. I would love to enter your giveaway.
    thank you for sharing.

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    1. Thanks a million. It was a great time, with the best company in the world!

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