Nighttime mews, spectacular and splendiferous Felines... Spring is springing on the tame prairie... fairly warm and it clouded over, but a storm never developed... early this morning, the Kougaress saw a beautiful little butterfly, the first one... and this afternoon, on her walk down to the mailbox, she saw her first dandelion... and this evening, this Big Cat saw to unexpected buds on one of her very young peach trees, grown from seeds she planted years ago.
Gosh, darling kittens, so much going down now in the world at large. Take care, prepare, 'cause this Big Cat loves ya!
Authoress news and mews ~
The Kougar penned Volcano's Weekly Angelic Forecast... which is posted at Kougar Kisses, and at these two sites ~ sirenbookstrand.blogspot.com & ~ titlemagic.blogspot.com ~
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Better Late and Almost Never
by Pat Cunningham
Yeah, I know it's late. I had one of those days today. I've been dealing with headaches all weekend -- I think it's a sinus pressure thing, brought on by the change of seasons. I hope I'm not allergic to the lawn. That'd really suck.
At any rate, I did slap a blog entry together, but while reading over it I came to the conclusion it really sucks. So, instead of the continuation of the serial story, you're getting this excuse. Them's the breaks.
THE COMING WAR AGAINST CREATIVITY TAKES SHAPE... ARE YOU THE CREATIVE TYPE? ... WELL, YOU JUST DIDN'T KNOW HOW MENTALLY ILL YOU TRULY ARE... HUH? 'NEWS' ~
HEADLINE ~stevequayle.com~ Non-Conformity & Creativity Now Listed As A Mental Illness By Psychiatrists
PARANORMAL 'NEWS' ~
NM witnesses report 'bizarre distortion wave';I was very aware of the direction the wave came from and where it was on its way to as it traveled through the house. I also had the perception that its origin was not all that far away, perhaps up toward the ~examiner.com/article/new-mexico-witnesses-report-bizarre-distortion-wave
A CASE OF INFO OVERWHELM 'NEWS' ~
HEADLINE ~stevequayle.com~ Serious reading takes a hit from online scanning and skimming, researchers say