Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Delvezio slid his car, a classic sports convertible...


Cathie also noted that, “The Arabs have an interesting legend that when the Pyramid was built, the great stones were brought long distances from the quarries. They were laid on pieces of papyrus inscribed with suitable symbols.” But that was not all. There was a very strange aspect to this saga, as Cathie explained.
He said of the stones, “They were then struck by a rod, whereupon they would move through the air the distance of one bow shot…there is only one answer to the riddle of such construction methods: anti-gravity. Only by this means could the large blocks be moved over great distances and placed so accurately.”

Afternoon summer yowls, beautiful and bodacious Kitkats... the heat has moved in again... yesterday was cool on the tame prairie... and oh how this Big Cat wishes it had rained as it threatened... then her wildflower driveway would have survived longer... unfortunately, the good-hearted neighbor, once again, mowed it down... the Kougaress is heartsick over it... she mistakenly believed she had time to contact him, and ask him not to mow at this time... 'cause now there's less food for the butterflies and bees, and other good critters... this Big Cat loved walking with the butterflies flitting about her, and hearing the birds singing... looking at the beautiful blooms all around her... it was so awesomely beautiful. ~sad sighs~

Cling to one another, darling kittens, and get your 'house in order'. The times they are a'changin'... and not for the better right now. Just remember, this Big Cat loves ya!

Authoress news and mews ~

The Kougaress is hoping to get back to penning Keina and Drev's SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS erotic love story... she's close, and on the last chapters. She just needs time and energy to finish.


My Little Chickadee
by Pat Cunningham

Mr. Crowe came to the doorway of his private study. "Miss Finch. I need you to take dictation."

He returned to his desk and waited. Miss Finch appeared promptly, as always, and took her accustomed chair before the desk. She was covered from throat to ankles in a wool sweater and long skirt. She made sure he was eyeing the skirt before she crossed her long, skinny legs. Five-inch stiletto heels peeked out from beneath the skirt's ruffled edges.

Mr. Crowe swallowed carefully. "Aren't you hot in all those clothes?"

"I'm quite comfortable, sir." She looked at him blandly over the wire binding of her steno pad. She held a feathery quill pen. She fluttered the feather against her cheek, her eyes intent upon him.


Delvezio slid his car, a classic sports convertible he'd rebuilt...
By Savanna Kougar 

Happy Belated Summer Solstice howls and yowls, shapeshifter lovers.

Well, it seems not everyone in Talbot's Peak is *overjoyed* with the idea of Mayor Gil's census, even for a larger food supply. This is their side of the story... And! Yes, this flash scene is also a continuation of last week's flash, Amazon Warrioress In Talbot's Peak.

Btw, a warning: the copyright cartel in Hollywood is attempting to copyright everything not nailed down, and nailed down... D*sney, the mouse empire, wants to send you a bill even if you say their company name in a personal email. No, this isn't a joke. This was just reported by Max Kaiser, a man in the know.

Delvezio slid his car, a classic sports convertible he'd rebuilt...

Determined to wolf-nip trouble in the bud or the butt, Delvezio slid his car, a classic sports convertible he'd rebuilt, into the parking spot closest to the Peak's radio station. Not wanting to miss one word of Mayor Gil's appeal to line up for a census, he touched the volume of his radio on high, then settled back, one arm slung across the back of his two-seater.


Large mystery face found carved into remote Canadian island
Tseshaht artist Gordon Dick said the carving is "Carrying the words of our Ancestors, yu'i sends the voice of encouragement and love urging us to preserve our culture, which anchors our language, songs, and our identity."
The Reeks Island face appears to be blowing wind from its mouth, according to Mr Gus.


UCLA discovers how solar cells' charges can last for weeks
Sunday, June 21, 2015
A team of UCLA chemists have developed a way that will allow solar cells to keep their charge for weeks instead of just a few seconds. — Engadget


Why Is NASA Working On A Way To Destroy Asteroids Using Nuclear Weapons?
Michael Snyder | Yes, I know that headline sounds like it comes from the 1998 movie “Armageddon” starting Bruce Willis, but this is actually happening.


Jaws alert: Multiple great white shark sightings just ONE MILE off the coast of Maine prompts police to shut down beach :Shark sightings are common in the area, but not at this time of year!

Wishing you romance on the wild side… 

Kisses, Savanna Kougar

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