Hold My Calls, Pleez

I know, I’ve not been around much lately, and I’m afraid that’s going to continue for just a bit. I got sucked in to some rather intriguing sporkings, which also led to some new books, and I’ve pretty much been a 24/7 layabout. There will be payoff for you, I promise. I meant to have that for you this week, but then awesome personal life developments intervened, and well… I’m taking the rest of the week off. I’ll return next week, when we’ll restart our… well, interesting, if not exactly fun… Adventures in Christianist Earth Science Education. I’ve got many posts written, just need to type them up. I’ll be introducing you to an awesome new earth science comic to ease your pain. It’s because I love you, and also because I got sent an advanced copy and fell in love with it.

This came up while I was searching for a suitable picture for this post, and I love it, and want you to have it:

Image is split in half. On the left, a woman is chucking her golden retriever under the chin, while a gray cat looks on in the foreground. On the right, the woman is smiling at her dog, and the cat is now looking into the camera with a disgusted expression. Caption says, "My cat disapproves of human/dog love... I didn't even know she could do that face..."

I covet that cat. What gorgeous green eyes! Misha’s got them, too, but of course she’s not all silvery-gray. The last Russian Blue (which I think is that cat above) we had got stolen by the neighbor’s visiting in-laws. Funny ol’ world, innit?

Summer’s almost over. Get your adventuring in while ye may, for those of you who still have some lovely days ahead. For those in the southern hemisphere, get out and enjoy the waning winter! Indulge in the things that make you happy, my darlings, and I’ll see you soon!

Image shows a winking white owl. Caption says, "Owl see you later."

If you have any special requests for the winter’s postings, please do let me know in comments.

Hold My Calls, Pleez

6 thoughts on “Hold My Calls, Pleez

  1. 1

    Summer isn’t waning just yet for us Phoenicians. We’re expecting a high temperature about 42-43ºC today, and we’ll have a whole raft of days in the 38-40 range before our day of autumn in November. Still lots of dragonflying days ahead, and that’s a good thing.

  2. rq

    Winter postings? I assume Pompeii (the mountain and the movie) is on the list already.
    I’d love to know more about the newest Icelandic eruption, too, mostly because I’m all about volcanoes when it comes to your blog (the christian earth science isn’t bad, too).
    Any chances of you posting/discussing some of your fiction stuff?

    (I also have some photos to send you, just for fun, but there have been…. issues… with the computer and camera. And then the phone camera ate the last few geo-pictures I got for you, so it’s all been one big mess of inability to get material to Dana. Not that you’re lacking in reading/viewing material.)

  3. 4

    I have a special request for horsey and catpult pics. Right after the upcoming Snohomish Pumpkin Hurl on September 12 and 13. Been fun seeing you there the past couple of years.

Comments are closed.