Frost Was Spotted…

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 Crop-Spots? Can we decipher the arcane script? Anyone got a Geiger counter in his or…

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Aliens May Be More Like Us Than We Think!

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 and pull water and mineral from the ground, Elise is abducted and finds she can…

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Eclipse Song – Edgar Cayce!

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 Barrenhart site. This song is a tribute to the world famous psychic Edgar Cayce who…

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Stupid Cupid!

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 out that said ‘You’re on my mind’ with pink hearts all aglow I looked high…

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The Little Brown Bat Family

I shall describe this without pictures of the bats, bear with me. For the month of July, I heard almost nothing of my petite friends. I got the occasional peep and rustle from the nest in my big upstairs studio/library. I sleep upstairs at the other end of the house where I used to hear…

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Wanted: Mars Explorers!

NASA is giving away some cool Mars Exploration posters, thought I might share!    Here are the links: Mars Explorers Wanted Posters Mars needs you! In the future, Mars will need all kinds of explorers, farmers, surveyors, teachers…but most of all YOU! Join us on the Journey to Mars as we explore with robots and,…

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Warnings in the Night

I have a confession to make. I didn’t start cleaning up because I couldn’t stand the stacked and jumbled-tumbled boxes of plunder that impeded the use of the great room, that wouldn’t let me even reach the windows for a breeze. I did it because of a premonition. I had a powerful dream that I…

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A Milkweed Memory

Walking about the woodland Saturday, I some noticed milkweeds along the driveway ditch which brought to mind a story. It’s a story that gives a little idea of what Dad was like. Dad was sitting out with Mom and me in the side yard late one summer. He had a Falls City beer in hand…

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A Cargo of Jargon From Days of Yore

 The other day I saw a coworker bring in a tater-sack sized bag of cheese puffs. Good Gravy! That was enough gedunk to last a whole year! Gedunk: Snacks. I my experience, there was a vending machine amidships that typically only had licorice coins and Near Beer left by the time I got there. By…

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