stephanie masters

Lazytown 30 Day Creative Challenge!!

Hello everyone! I wanted to host a 30 day challenge for my current special interest, Lazytown!
Anyone is allowed to participate, and if you prefer writing over drawing, you can also choose to do writing prompts of this!
So that I can keep track of them, please tag your drawings/writings with #30daylazytown so that I can see everyone’s stuff and reblog it <3
there’s no set times for doing it, it’s just start whenever you want and continue for 30 days until you’re done!

Here’s the prompts!


1: Welcome To Lazytown!
-Draw anything to do with lazytown that you please!

2: Slightly Above Average
-Draw Sportacus!

3: New Kid In Town
-Draw Stephanie!

4: Master Of Disguise
-Draw Robbie (For something creative: draw Robbie in a new disguise!)

5: Hacker Voice: I’m In
-Draw Pixel!

6: It’s Mine!
-Draw Stingy!

7: Candy Kid
-Draw Ziggy!

8: Eyeroll
-Draw Trixie!

9: Love Is In The Air
-Draw your favorite ship!

10: Sad Face
-Draw something angsty!

11: The Originals
-Draw Glanni, Íþróttaálfurinn, and/or Jives!

12: MultiVerse!
-Draw a Lazytown AU of any kind!

13: Who’s Body Is This?
-Draw a bodyswap between two characters!

14: We Are Number One But It’s The 14th Day Of The Challenge
-Draw Robbie and his clones!

15: Well, She Can’t Lose!
-Draw Rottenella

16: All Grown Up
- Draw one or more of the kids, now an adult!

17: All Grown…Down?
- Draw Sportacus and/or Robbie as children!

18: The Mayor’s Chair
-Draw Mayor Meanswell!

19: The BIGGER Chair
-Draw Miss Busybody!

20: Master Of Disguise: The Sequel
-Draw Robbie in your favorite CANON disguise he’s worn!

21: Even A Bad Guy Cries
- Draw Robbie going through some rough times

22: The Blue Elf Is Blue
- Draw Sportacus going through some rough times

23: Pretty in Pink
- Draw Stephanie in a new, cute outfit!

24: Redemption Arc
-Draw Robbie getting along with Sportacus and/or the children

25: Good Guy Gone Bad
- Draw Sportacus as if he was a villain instead of a hero!

26: Hey, Who’s The New Guy??
- Create a Lazytown OC!

27: Now You’ve Made The Cut!
- Draw Jives interacting with the Lazytown Show characters!

28: Wind At Your Back, Lass.
-Draw Sportacus and/or Robbie saying goodbye to a much older Steph as she leaves for college.

29: Nobody’s Lazy In Lazytown!
-Draw anything that’s happy or upbeat!!

30: FREE DAY!
-Draw whatever lazytown thing you want!

If you are unsure about any of these, just contact me here and I will answer your questions!

An exhaustive list of books for the advanced witch.

Occultism, Witchcraft, and Cultural Fashions: Essays in Comparative Religions by Mircea Eliade

Evolutionary Witchcraft by T. Thorn Coyle

Advanced Witchcraft: Go Deeper, Reach Further, Fly Higher by Edain McCoy

Witches, Midwives, and Nurses: A History of Women Healers by Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English

The Veil’s Edge: Exploring the Boundaries of Magic by Willow Polson

Deepening Witchcraft: Advancing Skills & Knowledge by Grey Cat

Kissing the Limitless by Thorn Coyle

The Sea Priestess by Dion Fortune

The Training & Work of an Initiate by Dion Fortune

The Second Circle: Tools for the Advancing Pagan by Venecia Rauls

The Otherside of Virtue by Brendan Myers

Psychic Self-Defense by Dion Fortune

Curse Tablets and Binding Spells from the Ancient World by John G. Gager

Wicca 333: Advanced Topics in Wiccan Belief by Kaatryn MacMorgan

The Elements of Ritual: Air, Fire, Water & Earth in the Wiccan Circle by Deborah Lipp

777 And Other Qabalistic Writings of Aleister Crowley: Including Gematria & Sepher Sephiroth by Aleister Crowley

Treading the Mill: Practical Craft Working in Modern Traditional Witchcraft by Nigel G. Pearson

Mastering Witchcraft by Paul Huson

The Call of the Horned Piper by Nigel Aldcroft Jackson

Masks of Misrule: The Horned God & His Cult in Europe by Nigel Jackson

The Pillars of Tubal Cain by Nigel Jackson

The Roebuck in the Thicket: An Anthology of the Robert Cochrane Witchcraft Tradition by Evan John Jones

The Robert Cochrane Letters: An Insight into Modern Traditional Witchcraft by Robert Cochrane

Secrets of East Anglian Magic by Nigel Pennick

Jambalaya: The Natural Woman’s Book of Personal Charms and Practical Rituals by Luisah Teish

The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells: The Ultimate Reference Book for the Magical Arts by Judika Illes

HEKATE: Keys to the Crossroads – A collection of personal essays, invocations, rituals, recipes and artwork from modern Witches, Priestesses and Priests by Sorita D’Este

The Satanic Witch by Anton Szandor LAVey

Advanced Wicca: Exploring Deeper Levels of Spiritual Skills and Masterful Magick by Patricia Telesco

The Meaning of Witchcraft by Gerald Brosseau Gardner

The Study of Witchcraft: A Guidebook to Advanced Wicca by Deborah Lipp

Progressive Witchcraft by Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone
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The Crossroads in Folklore and Myth by Martin Puhvel

When the Drummers Were Women: A Spiritual History of Rhythm by Layne Redmond

The Night Battles: Witchcraft & Agrarian Cults in the Sixteenth & Seventeenth Centuries by Anne Tedeschi

A Razor for a Goat: Problems in the History of Witchcraft and Diabolism by Elliot Rose

Ecstasies: Deciphering the Witches’ Sabbath by Carlo Ginzburg

Popular Religion in Late Saxon England: Elf Charms in Context by Karen Louise Jolly

The Return of the Dead: Ghosts, Ancestors, and the Transparent Veil of the Pagan Mind by Claude Lecouteux

Contemporary Paganism: Listening People, Speaking Earth by Graham Harvey

Athenian Popular Religion by Jon D. Mikalson

Greek Folk Religion by Martin P. Nilsson

Homo Necans: The Anthropology of Ancient Greek Sacrificial Ritual and Myth by Walter Burkert

The Greek Way of Death by Robert Garland

The Odyssey by Homer

The Iliad by Homer

Theogony, Works and Days by Hesiod

The Histories, Revised by Herodotus

Popular Magic: Cunning-folk in English History by Owen Davies

Myths and Symbols in Pagan Europe: Early Scandinavian and Celtic Religions by Hilda Roderick Ellis Davidson

The Well and the Tree: World and Time in Early Germanic Culture by Paul C. Bauschatz

Carmina Gadelica by Alexander Carmichael

Greek and Roman Necromancy by Daniel Ogden

Rotting Goddess: The Origins of the Witch in Classical Antiquity by Jacob Rabinowitz

The Silver Bough by F. Marian MacNeil

The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion by James Frazer

The White Goddess by Robert Graves

Myth and Sexuality by Jamake Highwater

The Homeric Hymns by Homer

The Wisdom of the Outlaw by Joseph Falaky Nagy

Harvest Home by Thomas Tryon

Trioedd Ynys Prydein: The Triads of the Island of Britain by Rachel Bromwich

Lady With A Mead Cup by Michael Enright

Women’s Religions in the Greco-Roman World: A Sourcebook by Ross Shepard Kraemer

Auraicept na n-Éces: The Scholars Primer by George Calder, ed.

A Guide to Early Irish Law by Fergus Kelly

The Tain by tr. by Thomas Kinsella

The Banshee: The Irish Death Messenger by Patricia Lysaght

Sex and Marriage in Ancient Ireland by Patrick C. Power

The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries by W. Y. Evans Wentz

The Secret Commonwealth and the Fairy Belief Complex by Brian Walsh

Beyond Celts, Germans, and Scythians by Peter S. Wells

Tales of the Elders of Ireland by Ann Dooley and Harry Roe, trans.

The Celtic Heroic Age by John T. Koch and John Carey, eds.

The Poetic Edda

The Prose Edda

Society and Politics in Snorri Sturluson’s Heimskringla by Sverre Bagge

Feud in the Icelandic Saga by Jesse L. Byock

The Secret Commonwealth of Elves, Fauns and Fairies by Andrew Lang

The Way of Wyrd by Brian Bates

The Real Middle-Earth: Magic and Mystery in the Dark Ages by Brian Bates

Gods of Love and Ecstasy: The Traditions of Shiva and Dionysus by Alain Danielou

Pagan Dream Of Rennaissance by Joscelyn Godwin
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Spiritual Mentoring: A Pagan Guide by Judy Harrow

Loneliness & Revelation by Brendan Myers

The Pagan Book of Living and Dying: Practical Rituals, Prayers, Blessings, and Meditations on Crossing Over by Starhawk

A World Full of Gods: An Inquiry into Polytheism by John Michael Greer

Exploring the Pagan Path: Wisdom from the Elders by Kristin Madden, Starhawk, Raven Grimassi, and Dorothy Morrison

Between the Worlds edited by Sian Reid
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The Gaelic Otherworld by John Gregorson Campbell, ed. by Ronald Black

The Visions of Isobel Gowdie: Magic, Shamanism and Witchcraft in Seventeenth-century Scotland by Emma Wilby

Dreamtime: Concerning the Boundary Between Wilderness and Civilization by Hans Peter Duerr

The Underworld Initiation: A journey towards psychic transformation by R. J. Stewart

Power Within the Land: The Roots of Celtic and Underworld Traditions Awakening the Sleepers and Regenerating the Earth by R. J. Stewart

The Tree of Enchantment: Ancient Wisdom and Magic Practices of the Faery Tradition by Orion Foxwood

The Woman in the Shaman’s Body: Reclaiming the Feminine in Religion and Medicine by Barbara Tedlock

Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy by Mircea Eliade

Walkers Between the Worlds: The Western Mysteries from Shaman to Magus by Caitlin Matthews

Plant Spirit Wisdom: Shamans and Sin eaters, Celtic Techniques for Healing the Soul by Ross Heaven

The Wiccan Mystic by Ben Gruagach

To Fly by Night edited by Veronica Cummer

Nine Worlds of Seid-Magic: Ecstasy and Neo-Shamanism in North European Paganism by Jenny Blain

Cunning-Folk and Familiar Spirits: Shamanistic Visionary Traditions in Early Modern British Witchcraft and Magic by Emma Wilby

Sacred Mask Sacred Dance by Evan John Jones
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Circles, Groves and Sanctuaries by Dan and Pauline Campanelli

Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic: A Materia Magica of African-American Conjure by Catherine Yronwode

Sticks, Stones, Roots & Bones: Hoodoo, Mojo & Conjuring with Herbs by Stephanie Rose Bird

Mastering Herbalism: A Practical Guide by Paul Huson

Encyclopedia of Natural Magic by John Michael Greer

The Tree of Meaning: Language, Mind and Ecology by Robert Bringhurst

Leechcraft: Early English Charms, Plantlore and Healingby Stephen Pollington

Learning Their Language: Intuitive Communication with Animals and Nature by Marta Williams

The Meaning of Herbs: Myth, Language & Lore by G. & Field, A. Scoble

The Lost Language of Plants: The Ecological Importance of Plant Medicines to Life on Earth by Stephen Buhner

The Essential Guide to Herbal Safety by Simon Mills, Kerry Bone
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By Standing Stone and Elder Tree: Ritual and the Unconscious by William G. Gray also known as Rollright Stone and Elder Tree

Magical Ritual Methods by William G. Gray

The Sacred and the Profane: The Nature of Religion by Mircea Eliade

Hekate Liminal Rites: A Study of the rituals, magic and symbols of the torch-bearing Triple Goddess of the Crossroads by David Rankine

Circles of Power: Ritual Magic in the Western Tradition by John Michael Greer

King of New York
Stephanie Styles, Newsies
King of New York

This audio is my master is from the 11/23/14 performance of the Newsies National tour in Louisville, KY. It was the last show in Louisville. The here’s the cast and my description:

Dan Deluca, Steve Blanchard, Stephanie Styles, Angela Grovey, Jacob Kemp, Zachary Style, Anthony Rosenthal, Mark Aldrich, Evan Autio, Bill Bathman, Stephen Hernandez (u/s Ensemble), John E. Brandy, Josh Assor (u/s Albert/Scab)Andrew Wilson (u/s Henry). This show was so amazing! This was my first time seeing Newsies all the way through, and it did not disappoint! Everyone was giving it their all and killing it. The standouts for me were Stephanie Styles (Katharine) and Angela Grovey (Medda). Their respective songs were the highlights of the show. The crowd was on fire and loved every minute as did I! For the most part the audio is amazing. At one point I had to check to see if it was still recording and I accidentally covered the mic, so somewhere in Act 2 there will be a garbled sound for about 20 seconds. Such a great listen! Note: Includes Crutchie’s new song that was added for the tour!

dettiot  asked:

Batfam Christmas: So just how would a Batfamily Secret Santa go?

Alfred drops the spatula abruptly after he hears Damian mutter “Todd for secret Santa. I should just get him a crowbar.” 

“You will do no such thing,” Alfred snaps. “In fact, young Master Damian, you might take this time to actually find out a little more about your brother. After all, you know the least about him.” 

Damian looks almost startled, and starts to argue, but Alfred cuts him off. 

“Perhaps a book. Master Jason loves to read.” 

“He can read?” 

Alfred looks less than impressed. 

***** 

Alfred blinks as Dick proudly settles a cardboard stand-up of Jennifer Lawrence in the kitchen. 

“Master Dick…what on earth….” 

“I drew Harper for secret Santa,” Dick explains. “And she’s always saying that Jennifer Lawrence would be the perfect girlfriend as long as she didn’t talk. So…” 

Alfred can’t help a soft laugh. “Master Dick.” 

“What?! It’s perfect!” 

***** 

Stephanie paces the length of the kitchen. “Oh god. Oh god. What do you get a billionaire playboy superhero for Christmas?” 

Alfred chuckles. “Miss Stephanie-” 

“Of course I drew Bruce! Of course!” 

“Miss-” 

“Because I couldn’t have drawn say…Cass. Or Harper. Or Tim. Nope! Too easy!” 

Alfred sighs. “Miss. Stephanie.” 

“What?!” 

“Master Bruce is quite fond of the Gray Ghost,” Alfred tells her. 

“That cheesy old serial?” she asks, puzzled. “Didn’t Mondo just do a special edition vinyl of the soundtrack?” 

“I believe they did.” 

“You. Alfred. You are a lifesaver!” 

“Quite.” 

***** 

Alfred blinks owlishly at the cage Tim sets on the kitchen counter. “Master Tim-” 

“It’s a duck,” Tim says. “It’s a duck. I just bought the brat wonder a duck.” he says it like he’s still in shock. 

Alfred can’t help chuckling. “I’m sure Damian will appreciate it. It should go well with the dog, the cat and the cow.” 

“I bought a duck!” 

***** 

“Where on earth did all this cereal come from?” Alfred mutters. 

“Me,” Jason says as he walks in with five more boxes in his arms. “Its mine. Actually it’s Dickbird’s. I drew him for secret Santa.” 

Alfred frowns. 

“What?! He loves cereal!” 

Alfred sighs heavily. “I knew I should have taught him to cook.” 

***** 

“It’s scarf that looks like one of those old library due date cards,” Duke says proudly, holding it up. “I thought it was nice. Babs’ll like it, right Alfred?” 

Alfred smiles warmly. “I quite think she will.” 

“Good! I knew she was that nerdy.” 

***** 

Cassandra dumps a load of Pokemon card packs on the island in the kitchen smiling proudly. “For Duke!” 

Alfred doesn’t have the heart to break it to her that he mostly plays Pokemon on his phone.

***** 

“Sir, what on earth-” 

“It’s an original signed Clash poster,” Bruce says as he waves the tube. “Tim will love it.” 

Alfred wrinkles his nose. “Honestly, Master Bruce. I’ll never understand yours or Master Tim’s love of that god-awful racket.” 

Bruce smiles just a little. “I know.” 

***** 

Cassandra is easy to shop for, Alfred thinks. Ballet lessons and new toe shoes to go with those lessons. He thinks that will do very nicely. 

***** 

“It makes waffles in the shape of the Death Star,” Barbara tells him, as she wraps Stephanie’s gift at the kitchen counter. “Everyone likes Star Wars.” 

Alfred chuckles softly. “Of course, Miss Barbara.’ 

***** 

Harper walks into the kitchen makes an “eep!” noise, and then rushes back out, and Alfred knows who his secret Santa is. 

He grins to himself. 

***** 

Alfred watches everyone open their secret Santa gifts and grins, before looking down at his own and opening it carefully. 

It’s what looks to be a magic eight ball that’s been painted a lovely shade of blue, and when Alfred turns it over to look at the little screen, a message appears: 

Don’t worry, Alfred,” it says. 

He turns it over again and it reads: 

Even if we’re all brats, we love you!” 

He chuckles, and glances back at Harper, who smiles. 

Watch What Happens
Stephanie Styles
Watch What Happens

I have half of my Newsies audio tracked, so I’m going to post a couple clips tonight and a couple tomorrow. This audio is my master is from the 11/23/14 performance of the Newsies National tour in Louisville, KY. It was the last show in Louisville. The here’s the cast and my description:

Dan Deluca, Steve Blanchard, Stephanie Styles, Angela Grovey, Jacob Kemp, Zachary Style, Anthony Rosenthal, Mark Aldrich, Evan Autio, Bill Bathman, Stephen Hernandez (u/s Ensemble), John E. Brandy, Josh Assor (u/s Albert/Scab)Andrew Wilson (u/s Henry). This show was so amazing! This was my first time seeing Newsies all the way through, and it did not disappoint! Everyone was giving it their all and killing it. The standouts for me were Stephanie Styles (Katharine) and Angela Grovey (Medda). Their respective songs were the highlights of the show. The crowd was on fire and loved every minute as did I! For the most part the audio is amazing. At one point I had to check to see if it was still recording and I accidentally covered the mic, so somewhere in Act 2 there will be a garbled sound for about 20 seconds. Such a great listen! Note: Includes Crutchie’s new song that was added for the tour!

It's a Sign
LaChanze & Company
It's a Sign

On 9/13/14 I won the If/Then lottery! So I thought I would post some audio from it!

This cast on 9/13/14 was as follows:

Idina Menzel, LaChanze, Curtis Holbrook (t/r Lucas), Jason Tam, Stephanie Klemons (u/s Anne), Jerry Dixon, James Snyder, Tamika Lawrence, etc.

I thought the show was great! I don’t know why some people were confused. It made perfect since to me!

ABERFELDY® Gold of Pitilie 28YO – an extremely rare, limited edition of just eight bottles created as an exquisite expression of the Master Blender’s skill, exclusively for sale at the DFS Group-curated fourth annual Masters of Wines and Spirits presentation.  At the event in Singapore on 8th November, the precious limited edition was popular with discerning buyers and sold out within three hours.

Crafted by Master Blender Stephanie Macleod, ABERFELDY® Gold of Pitilie is a 28-year-old Single Highland Malt Whisky and its Singapore release at SGD$4,888 / USD$4,000 per bottle is the oldest and rarest commercial bottling in the distillery’s 116-year history. The eight-bottle edition was drawn from a single hand-selected 1985 Vintage Cask and bottled by hand directly from the cask at the distillery, no more of that 1985 cask will ever be released, guaranteeing the edition’s rarity.

Concertjunkies Presents: Monday’s Mixes

Playlist by: Stephanie Masters

Title: Not The Sun

Description: Repose, inhale, just breathe.

1. Clairvoyant- The Story So Far

2. Conversation Piece- Anthony Green

3. From A Tire Swing- Lydia

4. I Can Feel A Hot One- Manchester Orchestra 

5. Ordinary- Copeland

6. Rio- Nick Santino

7. “Coals”- Modern Baseball

8. A Lack Of Color- Death Cab For Cutie

9. While Listening To Rock & Roll…-The Maine

10. Against The Grain- City And Colour

11. The Bells- From Indian Lakes

12. Landslide- Fleetwood Mac

13. February- Austin Gibbs

14. You Remind Me Of Home- Andrew Gibbard & Andrew Kenny

15. Love Me A Good Microcosm- Weatherbox

You can listen to the playlist HERE

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It’s Batman Day! To commemorate this auspicious day, I thought I’d do a photoset of covers/solicits of Batman with some of his Robins – it is a Robin blog after all!

Cover/Solicit Used:

  • Dick GraysonBatman and Robin Eternal #1 (Variant Cover) by Mikel Janin (Upper Left)
  • Jason ToddBatman #645 by Jock (Upper Center)
  • Tim DrakeBatman #465 by Norm Breyfogle (Upper Left)
  • Stephanie BrownRobin #127 by Damian Scott and Guy Major (Lower Left)
  • Damian WayneBatman and Robin #18 (Original Solicit) by Patrick Gleason, Mick Gray and John Kalisz (Lower Center)
  • Carrie KelleyThe Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 (Variant Cover) by Kenneth Rocafort (Lower Right)