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By Isobel Bird

Succeed in inside of and select your challenge,Find the trail it is advisable to travel.What trials have you ever to overcome?What mysteries shall you unravel?Of her circle, Kate has consistently struggled the main in studying the methods of the Craft. As her Wiccan initiation techniques, a last problem threatens to beat her ultimately.

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They didn’t choose the challenges so much as the challenges chose them. Was it possible that Annie had somehow taken a slip meant for someone else? Would the words mean something important to another person in the class? But wouldn’t Sophia or Archer have noticed something when they saw what she’d selected? She’d been tempted to go back later and ask them if she could choose again, but that had seemed like breaking the rules. Annie sighed. Maybe you need to break the rules more often, she told herself glumly.

She and Jane—who together made up the band the Bitter Pills—were working on a bunch of new material. Ever since Jane had come out as a lesbian, she’d been in this phenomenal creative period, churning out song after song. Cooper, who couldn’t help but feel a little competitive, was having a hard time keeping up. Maybe I should become a lesbian, too, she thought, laughing to herself. As she wrote, she thought about Kate. It really was too bad that Kate wasn’t going to be coming to New Orleans with her and Annie.

What troubled her was that she thought maybe 46 she’d chosen the wrong one. ” Seeing the instruction, Annie had at first thought it was a straightforward challenge. She simply had to give away something she owned. But as she’d thought more about it, the more confused she’d become. She didn’t really have anything that was worth a lot of money, except perhaps for her computer. And technically that belonged to Aunt Sarah, who had paid for it. Annie herself owned almost nothing of monetary value. Then she’d thought that maybe the thing she had to give away was something with personal value.

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