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Seeing as my brain has been burnt out from work-related stresses (I work for a mortgage company, and if you've been following the news lately...enough said), I'm here pandering for help on the next fic I'm working on. Soooo...if anyone has a place on Earth where they'd like to see Rose travel to in the next Sonnets story, toss it out here. I've already got a few places in mind (Bermuda, the Alps, and a corn maze in Southeastern Mass.) but in order to make this idea work I need a few more locations. So if anyone has any places, I'd love to hear them!

Thanks, Aenaria


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Sep. 24th, 2007 11:41 am (UTC)
oooooh... my head! nantucket, ireland/scotland, california?, oregon (for multi-fandom squee reasons).... dunno
Oct. 2nd, 2007 06:04 am (UTC)
Bodie, California? Or Kiyomizu-dera a temple set into a mountain in Kyoto? Ooh, or also, you know there is a church in Czech Budweis with a stone frog that foretells the end of the world. Though you probably won't hear about that bit on many of the tourist brochures.
Oct. 5th, 2007 11:19 pm (UTC)
You know, I am so intrigued by the thought of that frog! It's been stuck in my head for the past few days. I can see Rose staring at it with this look on her face that's all "I've seen five billion years in the future, just try it froggy." Thanks for the awesome suggestion. :)
Oct. 5th, 2007 11:34 pm (UTC)
That stone frog has managed to stick with me for several years! There are two fables involving it and the world ending; the first is that one day the frog will climb to the top of the church spires and herald the end of the world. The second is that the frog will fall from where it's perched, and the world will fall with it. So if it moves, the planet goes boom. Mostly, I am totally surprised that the citizens of Budweis have not created an elaborate system of pulleys and scaffolding to keep that frog in place.
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