Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Rabbit Trail Confusion

Luvs the Bad Biker Bunny, a resident of Talbot's Peak.

Summer Solstice yowls, my sexy spirited Pussycats... more rain and a sorta storm last night... a good thing this Big Cat got her post up for the SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS Blog Hop, currently in progress... wowser, the Kougaress didn’t realize so many tornadoes hit in Kansas and Nebraska with apparently not too much damage... some good news there, at least.

And, interesting probably only to the Kougaress... it’s nearing eleven thirty at night, and she had a visit from a half grown toad, most likely a boy. She hasn’t seen the huge toad who visited her regularly last year, and the year before. However, she just thought about Toadins strongly. And, tonight, Mr. Little Toad somehow got inside the house and was sitting in front of this Big Cat’s writing office. After she gently captured Toadie in an empty ice cream carton, he was placed outside by some sheltering plants.

Rabbit Trail Confusion ... the Kougaress heard this phrase today, and it struck her as utterly perfect for these times, given it is the Chinese Year of the Rabbit, and because of the catastrophes and wars that are about to occur on our beloved Earth... there are hundreds of rabbit trails created by the evil powers that be... mass confusion is obviously the master game here... keep the people confused at every turn... meanwhile their horrific agenda for world rule continues... certainly what passes for news in lamestream media illustrates this point. Most of the truly important news is ignored or outright covered up.

Big Cat by-the-numbers ~

1:11 am... 2:22 pm... 11:11 pm... ahead is a summer of rabbit trail confusion...

Authoress news and mews ~

Off to a slow start at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS for the Summer Solstice Blog Hop, but we’re up and running. And, hopefully, we can get Rebecca’s post up.

Good news on the cover art front for KANDY APPLE AND HER HELLHOUNDS. The Kougar should be able to unveil it soon... wahoooooo!
Featured at Lindsay Townsend’s THE PINK BLOG ~

Hostage of the Heart - Audio!
By Linda Acaster

Reading time curtailed? Download an audiobook and listen while driving or catching up on the chores.

This simple piece of advice seemed to have by-passed me until last Christmas when I received three audiobooks as gifts. They became sanity-savers when faced with a 50 mile car journey each day – and I became hooked on the medium. Mind you, with one I had to be careful regarding who was in the car with me. Certainly not my mother!

Today the audio download of Hostage of the Heart is launched from Audiolark.com, and my mother approves. So will your children if you’re on the school run. It’s a ‘sweet’ romantic suspense set on the English / Welsh borders on the cusp of dramatic events in 1066.

Two sides of the same male coin
by Cara Bristol

Men are a curious gender. The more I know them, the more I think they’re different breed from us women. But ya gotta love ‘em. I don’t understand them, but I find much to admire—and much that makes me want to yell with frustration.

ANIMAL NEWS for Shapeshifter lovers ~

21 June 2011
Emperor penguin from Antarctic visits New Zealand beach

~ bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-13856024 ~

Colin Miskelly, from New Zealand's national museum, said it was exceptional to find an emperor penguin so far away from its usual habitat.

A young emperor penguin, normally found in the Antarctic, has turned up on a New Zealand beach.

It is a rare event, the first confirmed sighting of an Emperor penguin in New Zealand in 44 years.

"I saw this glistening white thing standing up and I thought I was seeing things," said Christine Wilton, who found it while walking her dog.

The department of conservation is baffled by how it arrived, saying it may have taken a wrong turn.

"It's amazing to see one of these penguins on the Kapiti coast," says the department's Peter Simpson.

The visitor has attracted crowds of onlookers, who are being advised not to disturb the penguin and keep their dogs on leads.

Conservation experts say the bird is a juvenile, about 10 months old and 32in (80cm) tall.

Emperor penguins are the tallest and largest of all penguin species, growing up to 4ft (122cm) high and weighing more than 75lb (34kg).

Colin Miskelly, a penguin expert at Te Papa, New Zealand's national museum, said the bird was likely born during the last Antarctic winter.

It may have been searching for squid and krill when it took a wrong turn and arrived on New Zealand's North Island.

"Usually they stay among the pack ice," said Mr Miskelly.

"This one just kept going north and it's a very long way from its usual range."

BIG CAT NOTE: The nuclear power plants are in trouble on the flooding Missouri river. And, you're not getting the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

The most powerful weapon is the human soul on fire. ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE!

~ Happy Summer-Cruisin' June ~


And, May you live the dreams of your heart, not in interesting times...

Official summertime kisses from the Kougar...


Serena Shay said...

Rabbit Trail Confusion - that is a great way of putting things! I swear I'm on that trail every time I turn on the news...and then I'm quickly swallowed up by the rabbit hole. I wonder if I'll meet Alice! ~wink~

Oooh, I can't wait to see your new cover!

Bree said...

I've been worried about our power plants ever since that happened in Japan. We just don't know what we're doing.

Savanna Kougar said...

Serena, yep, swallowed up by the rabbit hole... if only we could meet Alice... what an adventure!

I sent the final 300dpi to Siren, so hopefully it won't be long. ~smiles~

Savanna Kougar said...

Bree, so true. Ever since I learned about nuclear power as a kid, I've wondered why anyone would use it for energy. It's a disaster waiting to happen.