Welcome back one and all. I imagined a big sweeping arm movement as I typed that last sentence. It was imagery that brought a smile to my face. Can you tell that this week has definitely been an improvement over last week?
The first news story up this week is so cool. Birds sleeping in flight. I’m jealous of the flight and of the naps.
That little guy really looks like a toy. I’d think it was staged if it were any other source.
Eat more chocolate. Science says so.🙂
That’s for me tonight. See you back here in seven.
Welcome back to the longest hump day so far this school year. All day it felt like it should be Friday, and no matter how much I wished it to be, it remained Wednesday. It wasn’t even a challenging day. Argh … fall is going to take forever.
I need a distraction.
This first diversion didn’t just take my mind off of my weird Wednesday, it made me contemplate the badassery of cows. Holy cow!😉
Do people honestly need to be repeatedly told to stop kissing chickens?
And finally in science news, the earth weebles and it wobbles. The wobbles changing the migratory patterns of humankind. Where’d you think I was going with that?
That’s all for me folks. I’m off to try and genie-blink Thursday into Friday. If Barbara Eden can do it … ah, hush.
Welcome back for another installment of the news. September is rapidly unfolding, steaming toward October, and in this speed toward cooler temperatures, a little something to nosh on.
This first one is a bit creepy. It’s not a single statue that would give me the willies, or even a few of them scattered around. But 800?
Ride, Roger, ride.
I always love great science pictures. Take a look at some of the best of the week.
Another week is in the proverbial books. See you again in seven.
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It’s time once again for unstable but entertaining support of other neurotic writers from across the virtual world. If you haven’t taken in the show before, come in and pull up a keyboard.
Thanks to our wonderful co-hosts for the month of September: C. Lee McKenzie,Rachel Pattison, Elizabeth Seckman, Stephanie Faris, Lori L MacLaughlin, and Elsie Amata!
The question this month: How do you find the time to write in your busy day?
I get up early. And when I say early, I mean early. I get up at 4:45 these days, so I can get 1 1/2 hours of writing in before I leave for work for the day. My day job is simply too taxing to leave available brain cells for after-work writing time, so … 4:45 a.m. This is the reason that I mainline coffee.🙂
Time for the weekly news.
If I was on a hike and saw a tarantula, I would be running immediately. No pictures. No harassing the poor lovelorn little creatures. I would be gone.
Just so many levels of redneck. Jeff Foxworthy, where are you?
This is so important. Science scores yet again.
That’s it for me yet again. Have a great week. I’ll see you in seven.
It’s still Tuesday, don’t check your cat calendar. I’m posting this a day early because I have evening plans tomorrow. And boy was this a banner day to check the news. I have intriguing science news below to tickle your brain.
First up, I can’t decide if this is the first step toward Terminator-style world changes or an amazing step forward into a new era in human engineering. Take a look.
I think she overreacted just a bit.
And now for the BIG news ….
It may be nothing, but it could be a game changer. Not a bad way to end the news, huh? Have a great week. See you in seven.
Welcome back to a weekly news feature run by a non-weepy, relatively-normal person this week. I have partially recovered from taking my only son to college and dropping him off.
The news is a good distraction. This first story is equally intriguing and macabre. Ultimately, I love how beautiful that dress looks as a result.
Um … crappy is absolute the correct word.
Dude. (Do you like my surfer moment? I had a very Bill and Ted moment when I saw the article. :)) This is so close in terms of space distance. I love astronomy!
That’ll do it for me this week. I get to see my son on Sunday, so I’ll be even better next week. See you in seven.