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  1. This week at The Hallowed its been manic so forgive our lack of blog!  Our oils finally arrived, our incense blends have started to appear on the shelves and we became friends with a group of Alpacas! 

    Flynn and i ventured out to a Pagan moot this week, one we hadnt attended before, there was a talk on Heathens i was interested in hearing plus i was starving and it was being held in a pub that did food, bonus! ...Alas not, it proved to be our undoing...so, After seeing what i could have on the menu it turns out all i could eat was Chicken tikka masala...ok im game, Flynn had decided to have the same, save her salivating over mine while she poked some burger she would later regret!  Food was allowed upstairs and we was told we could enjoy our meal while the talk was taking place, fellow mooters (if thats even a word) were happily tucking into chips, so i gave little thought to what dangers lay ahead. I should have realised from the minute the waiter was searching for us, seated smack bang in the middle of the room we had all appeared to squish up in...i was alerted to the waiter by Flynn slowly raising her hand and gesturing that yes, the firecrackers he was carrying were indeed ours. well, we couldnt eat it at first as we had no cutlery but we did have these giantic poppadoms... i never knew when you break a poppadom it sounds like a bomb going off and every mouthful sounds like im doing the riverdance on a walkers crisps assembly line.  All eyes on the poppadom munchers!!! i was torn between near stavation and social etiquette...i neednt have worried because the choice was taken out of my hands by Flynn punching a hole in the centre of hers, the sound reverberated throughtout romford and the neighbouring districts, safe to say we will forever be known as the poppadom ladies who sat in the centre and cackled their way through the evening to ourselves as no-one else sat with us...cant think why, maybe we had poppadom in our teeth.  The plus side was we met a couple of nice people who filled us in on the cellar that smelt of death and the butler in the upstairs toilet, we enjoyed ourselves immensely and will be going to more in the area, only this time we will eat beforehand!

    Rowan