This is a PUZZLE story, and is a bit more understandable if you read it out loud… Piece Tastes Good That sighed of the river that forms hour boarder now bruise ail four all to sea! Wee tact a notice … Continue reading A Puzzle Story – Just for Fun
In the morning (USA) get up early to see the Super Blue Red Missing Moon! In the parts of Europa and Asia and all that get to see it, most will see it in the afternoon or even the next day. … Continue reading Super Blue Red Missing Moon
Morning Weather Report: “A heavy frost was spotted in most areas of the city.” Sorry, I couldn’t resist a little silliness. Have a fine, overstuffed Thanksgiving! Oh no! I see spots! The uniformity is uncanny – could they be UFO … Continue reading Frost Was Spotted…
My comments: I designed three main types of aliens for my Elise t’Hoot books: The beings in tree-like shells, the ancient, gigantic crab-scorpion frights and the gaudily clothed bipeds the characters talk about. For example, the treeish Amigos can levitate … Continue reading Aliens May Be More Like Us Than We Think!
Hopkinsville Kentucky is famed right now for having the greatest duration for the US-wide total eclipse. In case you thought this place had little other merit, by golly Edgar Cayce practiced there! The caption below the picture is from the … Continue reading Eclipse Song – Edgar Cayce!
From a Kentuckian who has loved every trip to Mexico and would jump at the chance to go again, here’s a little silliness. Hasta laVista! Continue reading A Festive Note
I had crush on a shy guy I’d seen him look my way I felt the arrow of love But how to say be mine? Kiss me! Say the word, you got me! Light bulb, a Valentine! I picked one … Continue reading Stupid Cupid!