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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2008-11-10 04:41
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I'm still alive!
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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2006-04-20 04:01
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<td align="center"> radishesncorks --
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Like in nature to a train-riding hobo

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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2005-11-20 02:48
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I must say that I have to revise my impression of Draco. Yes, it's Draco now. He seemed rather nice when he asked me to dinner the other day, and he really was concerned with Harry's welfare. Poor Harry - I will never be able to understand how he feels, but I wish him luck in trying to work things out. And Draco was nice. He actually offered to fund my Crumple-Horned Snorkack expedition, if you can believe it! I couldn't, but I just owled him an estimate yesterday, and Dad says the funds arrived from Gringotts this morning! And he even agreed to take part in the costume trade with me for Halloween! Dare I even wonder if he likes me?

Oh, and since everyone seems to be into these things,



I think it's very shiny. Good for warding off Dinlebri Bats, but very attractive to the Humbah Bee. Oh well, I suppose you can't have everything.
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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2005-10-09 21:22
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Oh bother. I've just calculated that the next time Halley's Comet will be in rough alignment with the Saturn's path will be in approximately 2059 and 2063.

I guess it's back to the sturgeon's intestines. Dad says that they're quite difficult to find, as are ceolocanth eyes. He's managed to locate a guy who can obtain the intestines of a sturgeon in heat though, but the guy is asking a rather high price. Even with the increased sales of The Quibbler Dad's not sure if we can afford it. I guess that means that we'll have to scrimp and save again. Oh well. Same old life.

Wonder how Dad's doing. He says he won't be coming up after all, seeing how as I seem to have better luck on my own. Hmm. Maybe I accidentally caught a Milgerning Studswüssel - they bring good luck, you know. I'd better find it and give it some food. I'm sure it must be hungry.
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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2005-10-04 15:13
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Harry's denying that he's Harry, although I suspect that it might be the work of Malfoy and a Mr. Crowley. Or perhaps a Wrackspurt has taken up residence in his head. But I doubt that it's the latter because they don't like to stay in one head for too long. I suppose if it's the former, they're probably trying to protect him from He-Who-Is-Unnamed but really, they could have gone about it better - like making him wear a Glamour Charm so that people don't recognize him.

Oh, and Mr. Crowley said that Mr. Beelzebub was wrong about Crumple-Horned Snorkacks appearing all over the world to breed - they only materialize in Stonehenge. Apparently the rare celestial alignment was when Halley/Hailey's comet aligns with Saturn --> shall have to do calculations again. Hm. I wonder how Hermione would feel about helping me with the Arithmancy bit.
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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2005-10-03 01:43
Subject: Harry's here.
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Hmm, I just read Harry's 'bloog'(?) and apparently he's here in Lower Tadfield as well. In the same hotel even. That is a pleasant surprise. Have owled Hermione to tell her that Harry's here, and I expect that they'll be glad to have news of him.
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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2005-10-02 18:25
Subject: A great start!
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Mood:ecstaticecstatic
Well, I've just checked into Tadfield Manor, and what a great start to the expedition! Dad will be so pleased, and I'm sure that we'll be able to find out what a ceolocanth is soon. I wonder if two eyes will work better than one? Let's see now - I had better jot down these instructions given to me by that nice Mr. Beelzebub just in case I forget them. I tend to do that, y'know.

1. The intezztinezzz of a sturgeon in heat, fried with the eye of a ceolocanth, and stewed for sixxx weekzzz in a pot of plain goat fat. --> suitable for tempting a Crumple-Horned Snorkack to manifest out of cycle.
2. Also, rare celestial alignments will lead them to appear all over the world to breed. --> must remember to ask him which celestial alignment(s) he was referring to.

This writing-to-Muggle-electroninc(?)-thing charm that Hermione invented is working like a, well, charm! Haha. Oh, my! Luckily I got a No-Spill ink bottle that last time we bought ink. Otherwise, well. Speaking of Hermione, I wonder how Harry is doing now, though. Nobody's heard from him in ages.

I think I heard familiar voices downstairs. Hmm. Maybe I should take a look.
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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2005-09-28 01:26
Subject: A Letter from Dad.
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Just got a letter from Dad. He says he won't be able to join me for the Crumple-Horned Snorkack expedition afterall as something has cropped up at The Quibbler, and that I might as well go ahead to Lower Tadfield myself. The hotel, Tadfield Manor, is apparently "unmistakeable" as it is new and well-known to the populace.

I think I'll just fly there. I do so hate Apparition. With any luck, I'll get there by tomorrow, or at the latest, the day after. I really hope that I'll find a Crumple-Horned Snorkack.
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Luna Lovegood
Date: 2005-09-27 20:14
Subject: Do not doubt the existence of Crumple-horned Snorkacks.
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Well, that's that I suppose. NEWTs are finally over, and I've graduated from Hogwarts. They're sending the results by owl early next year, and in the meantime Dad says I can go with him on a Crumple-Horned Snorkack expedition. Maybe if we're lucky, we'll find a Blibbering Humdinger or two as well. They're so rare nowadays; it'd be great if we found a mating pair and their nest.
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