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"May the Circle be open, but unbroken."
The [***] Student Pagan Alliance
Member and site owner: Niki LeBoeuf-Little

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December 1, 1999
© Nicole J. LeBoeuf-Little

An it harm none, do as ye will.

Welcome.  Here is the happy cyberhome of a [MYSTERY SCHOOL] Student Pagan Alliance alumna. If you go up and down the web ring link, you'll meet a couple other alumni and/or current members. But since you're here, you might as well get to know me and what I think about The NeoPagan Lifestyle <tm>.

     My name is Nicole J. LeBoeuf-Little. You can call me Niki. I no longer go to [MYSTERY SCHOOL], having moved out of the area in August, but it looks like I'll maintaining this page and the web ring in perpetuity. I founded the [MYSTERY SCHOOL] Student Pagan Alliance back in January of 1998, and served as Sorta Kinda President for the next two quarters. Then I got married and resigned office in early June when school let out. I served as Scribe the following year, and in August my husband John and I moved to Boulder, Colorado.

     To learn out more about our club, find a link that says "SPA" and click it.

      But, hey, back to me, since this is my official "about the author" page and need to spew this kinda stuff.

     I graduated from the University of Washington in December, 1996 (major: English). This was followed by a couple years of classes at RCC "just for fun," moving in with the Love Of My Life (did I mention our handfasting?), and working a couple of part-time jobs on campus. In August, 1999, we moved to Boulder and I got a job as a web designer for Wall Street On Demand, where I still work (lovin' it!). I write stories in my spare time, sing baritone with a Sweet Adelines chorus and their affiliated octet, ride a bicycle when I can get away with not driving, keep several web pages like this one, run a small home-based business, and waste time playing free prize type games on the Web.

I do a lotta stuff.

So with that said . . . if you want to know anything else you didn't really need to know, or if you noticed I missed a spot, drop me a line. I'll be adding more stuff depending on what you suggest and what I eventually remember should go here.

Blessed be!


last updated December 1, 1999
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