Friday, May 9, 2014

Firenado... what a great name for a character, or book title ...

'Firenado': Wind Whips Up Wicked Whirl in Missouri Field

A Missouri woman captured an incredible photo of a phenomenon that has been dubbed a "firenado" while she was driving down a country road last weekend.

Firenado... what a great name for a character, or book title ... yep, inspiration heats up... yuk-yuk! but that's the way it works for us authors. 

Afternoon mews, venerable and vivacious KitKats... the line of storms threatened but went around the tame prairie... so rain is needed... this Big Cat wore herself out preparing... anyhoo, cooler temps came in and it's a sunny day.

The proverbial noose is tightening around us, darling kittens, keep preparing and keep your soul free. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!


btw, using cream of tarter everyday keeps you from getting polio, as was done in Arkansas, Kansas back in the day, on the advice of the local physician -- where no one died from polio during the epidemic. Yeah, knowing the 'real history' of medicine can save your life and the life of your loved ones. Also, baking soda, cream of tartar and sitting in the sunshine [vitamin D?] cured a whole of people during the Spanish flu epidemic. If you want to purchase these natural products, go organic, or the best quality you can find.

Authoress news and mews ~

A new story hit the Kougar, and at least, she got the basics down, just in case she gets to write it. With the changeable times, and her changeable life circumstances, this Big Cat just needs more time to write.


The Secrets Of Man’s Creation With Jordan Maxwell
Alex Jones | Jordan Maxwell discusses where we came from and the sinister forces at work in the universe.

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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