Wednesday, August 27, 2014

She Shot the Triceratops...

From On August 13, 2014, this approximately 200-foot-diameter pattern
emerged in wheat at Gussage St. Andrew near Sixpenny Handley, Dorset,
England, southwest of Salisbury. Aerial image © 2014 by Lucy Pringle.


A few minutes to midnight mews, Summer-exhilarated and enchanting Big Cats... another hot day on the tame prairie, but not quite as hot as yesterday... wow, do the Kougaress's shade trees make a difference, as she's yowled before... gosh, some serious cleaning happened today, and more needs to be done... only where does the time fly off to?

So, darling kittens, with the avalanche of not-fun events, don't you just wish we were all having fun rather than having to deal with the massive-crisis stupidity that is the world right now? Anyhoo, just hang in there, and remember this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~


She Shot the Triceratops, But She Did Not Shoot the Owner 

by Savanna Kougar 

End of August howls and yowls, shapeshifter lovers.

Today's flash scene was inspired by a CRAZY *someone lost their mind* news story I read a few days ago.

HEADLINE-SNIPPET: "School Kid Suspended And ARRESTED For Imagining Shooting A Dinosaur ~ Steve Watson | Furious parents not informed until police had taken son into custody."
This is dedicated to Alex Stone, the sixteen year old student from South Carolina, who dared to actually IMAGINE what any fictional writer might imagine and write for publication.

"Noooooooooo!!!" Sharra screeched. To her ears it sounded like the enraged banshee she'd heard while walking the night in Ireland. Said banshee was now a close friend.

But beyond that wonderful thing in her life, the tiny triceratops who regularly devoured her in-full-bloom roses had managed to sneak past the magick defense grid she'd just conjured last night. Sharra shrieked again, her furious wail bouncing off the nearby mountain peaks.

Somebody's pet -- Sharra quaked with anger -- the blue-green mottled dinosaur cast a glance in her direction that looked suspiciously like a satisfied smirk. Sharra scowled a warning. When the pitbull-sized beastie didn't move, she balled her fists, and planted them on her hips.


Return of The Minotaur
– BBC Confirms Tech To Bring Mythology To Life: Did you know that there is a not so secret plot to recreate certain mythological creatures (video below)?


Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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