Saturday, June 21, 2014

A Plan Goes Sideways...

Have a Beautiful Summer Solstice 
Summer Solstice 2014: The sun reaches its northernmost point in the sky on Saturday, June 21, at 6:51 a.m. EDT.

The Kougaress would love to have driven this baby... but only in her erotic romance novels... 

Supercharged Ferrari which won top races in the 1950s on sale for record-breaking £10m (and it's got a top speed of 175mph)
By Steve Hopkins
Published: 05:58 EST, 20 June 2014
    Only four Ferrari 375 Plus racing cars were ever built, with one being custom made for the King of Belgium
    It boasts a 4.9-litre 330bhp V12 engine and a top speed of 175mph and was entrusted to only the best drivers
    The car's most famous victory was in the Carrera Pan-Americana road race through Mexico
    It was known in France as Le Monstre - the monster - while in Britain it was called the Fearsome Four-Nine
    It was once left to ruin in a wooded area for almost 20 years and was so neglected a tree grew through its engine bay

Late night mews, Summer Solstice Big Cat Beauties... mostly sunny on the tame prairie today with that bugaboo humidity... the lightning bugs have arrived... although there aren't that many... such amazing, magical little creatures... looks like more dangerous storms could be moving in this weekend.

Take care and keep watching out for those superstorms, darling kittens. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

More done on the Kougar's secret project. Yay!


A Plan Goes Sideways...
By Serena Shay

A sexy start to the day!
Burgess came to—suddenly—and in fight mode. He tugged hard against the chains holding him to the table, but couldn’t move. Memories of last night were etched into his brain—pain, waste, and fear.

He’d started the night at a cave rave three towns over where his job was to protect the boss’ lackey while the human filth dispensed Tranq like it was a fucking treat ¬¬ injectable candy. Four dead shifter teens was the result, teens not from Talbot’s Peak, but if they had been then maybe, just maybe, they’d still be alive.


Ancient Skulls Reveal 'Mixed' Neanderthal-Like Lineage
A key first step in Neanderthal evolution may have been the development of front teeth that could act like a "third hand," researchers now say. — LiveScience


A Mysterious Sound Is Driving People Insane — And Nobody Knows What's Causing It
Regional experiences of the phenomenon vary, and the Hum is often prefixed with the region where the problem centers, like the "Windsor Hum" in Ontario, Canada, and the "Taos Hum" in New Mexico. —


Mysterious Lights In The Sky Spotted Above OC, Camp Pendleton
The KCAL9 Street Team mobilized Wednesday night after receiving several reports of orange lights appearing in various parts of southern Orange County. — CBS Los Angeles


Beloved pet cat turns up after 13 years
Paula Harper-Adams last saw her beloved moggy, Shelby, when she left the family's Geelong home in 2001 and never returned. — 7News Melbourne

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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