Animagus.

Been reading a lot of Harry Potter lately. I always enter this reading modus when autumn is here. The way it gets darker outside makes me wanna find a good book or some good series to watch. I love making myself a cup of tea and lit a bunch of candles. After buying the english Harry Potter books in February I’ve been reading in them. Everything is a lot better in english than in Norwegian. In Norwegian they also translate the names, and I’m not a huge fan of that. I want them to be called Ginny and Hermione, not Gulla and Hermine. I look so forward to a cosy autumn and winter!

I have bought some Halloween candle holders, because it’s almost Halloween now. I’m actually going to see In Flames on Halloween. Going to wear a pair of tights with glowing skeleton legs on it. Look forward to see how it looks in the concert hall!

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This is my tower of Harry Potter books. I also have “Movie Magic” and all the HP books in Norwegian. You can never have enough HP books. Going to buy the new illustrated Norwegian ones now. My money will feel it, haha.

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Reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban at the moment. My absolute favourite book. I also like the movie and it’s my favourite there as well. I don’t know why, but the 3rd book and movie are special to me. I think it’s because of all the different creatures we’re getting introduced to. I love it! And, Professor Lupin is my favourite teacher as well btw.
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Took this a couple of days ago. I was trying out my animagus skills and managed to do the cat ears pretty nice. The rest of the body wouldn’t follow though. I need more practice.

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I have a hedgehog in my garden.

Today when my boyfriend went to work he opened the door and screamed: “LINNEA!! THERE’S A HEDGEHOG HERE!!”. Where I come from hedgehogs are rare and in my 21 year long life, I’ve never seen one up close and alive. Further south in the country where my boyfriend and I live now, it’s a bit more common. I wanted to see one while living here, and today was the day! It’s been hiding in a storage room in our garden all day and I’ve spent 1 hour talking to it and “played” hide and seek. I think it’s afraid of me still and I don’t think I will dare to touch it. It looks frightening and was a lot bigger than I had expected. Anyway, it’s very cute and in Norway we call them; “Pinnsvin”.That’s why I just call it “Pinne” for now. I don’t know if it’s a boy or a girl and I don’t have the guts to find out either. I fear it’s going to sting me or bite me or something. I don’t want to scare it either, so I think it’s just going to be left alone for some time now.

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It’ so cute!

Other than having fun with my new friend, I’ve been coloring. I don’t know if this is popular in your country, but coloring in coloring books has gotten really popular in Norway. I found this cool coloring book in Sweden last weekend with tattoo motives and I really like it. It helps me calm down when I need a break from my final exam.

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I also use Dervents “Inktense” pencils and I love using them. They’re great!