Sunday, December 21, 2014

Winter Solstice Kisses

Half past midnight mews, Winter Solstice Big Cat Beauties... another gray, sorta wet day on the tame prairie, but milder temps... the Kougaress saw an adorable bluebird up close and personal today... and it was the usual over-busy day.

Have a Wonderful Winter Solstice, darling kittens. 'Cause this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

So, the Kougar began penning an interview with her alter ego, Stevie's Klark hero, Grant Thunderhead, in RIDE THE ROAN STUD. This is for a month long blog promo called Winter Fantasies put on by Siren M/M author, Stormy Glenn... more later, kiddos... there are tons of fabulous gifts to be won.



by Solara

“So the game begins?” Tyburn asked as he joined Gill outside the waiting area close to the labor and delivery admissions area.

“Game?” Gill quipped, unsure how to answer since the stat ultrasound on Chloe revealed potential quints.  Five mouths to feed and care for.  The last time he changed diapers was when his nephew and niece, both with grandkids of their own now, were babies and toddlers.  He was sure the process hadn’t changed much as he watched humans and shifters alike tend to their youngsters.


The Mystery Crashes: Are They a Global Phenomenon?


Former marine spots 'gray creature' in Ohio
The 60-year-old was driving near Carmel when he witnessed a strange entity crossing the road. — Unexplained Mysteries


Weird sea ghost breaks record for deepest living fish
A ghostly never-before-seen fish with wing-like fins has set a new depth record for fish. — New Scientist

Recent reports from New Zealand describe a massive sea creature that was seen in Oke Bay, in North Island.
A Google Earth image captured a huge and unidentified wake in the clear blue waters of the beautiful bay qt 11.30am on January 30th. The image was discovered by engineer Pita Witehira who was researching the images for a holiday home.
From the size of the wake, it is estimated that the creature could be up to 12 metres in length. The wake was not consistent with that caused by any sea vessel, said Mr. Witehira, as there was no surface froth on the water.
‘I spotted it about a week ago. We have some property near Oke Bay and I’m about to build a beach chalet up there, I zoomed down and found that,’ he said.
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Archaeologists unearth entryway to King Herod's palace
Israeli archaeologists are showing off the monumental, many-arched corridor that led to Herod the Great's hilltop palace near Jerusalem in the first century. —


Double amputee tests first mind-controlled shoulder-level arms
Man becomes first double amputee to receive two shoulder-level prosthetic limbs that can be controlled via his mind. — The Telegraph


Is this Death Star headed our way?
As stars go, Eta Carinae is big. It’s old. It’s volatile. And it’s about to blow. So will it really lead to the next extinction on Earth and kill us all? —


Weekender: Can Plants Think And Feel?
Friday, December 19, 2014
Plants are generally considered to be more basic forms of life than animals. They cannot speak, or walk; they do not have powers of reasoning or conscious thought.
Or do they?
Scientists are now coming around to the idea that plants are sentient living beings, with a sophisticated awareness of their surroundings. Not only that, but research shows that they can communicate with one another, can pay attention to stimuli, have the capacity to memorize information. Charles Darwin was ahead of his time when he wrote his book "The Power of Movement in Plants", though at that time he was alone amongst his peers with this viewpoint.
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Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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