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Daily Archives: February 3, 2018
Darth? Vader? YES. Mind me asking, I hope you don’t, but WTF? YODA. IS THAT YOU? Anyone else who grammar butchers like me know do you? WHY ARE YOU HERE. Disturbance in the force, I felt. Force laughing, I heard. … Continue reading
Emperor Kral held out one of his four hands towards she-who-would-one-day-be-Empress, his most beloved child and only daughter, Princess Kiani. The Princess, resplendent in her marriage gown, watched him coolly in her typically womanish way before settling one of her … Continue reading
Reblogged from Barb Taub: We witness a 5000 year old discovery! But first…we have to get out of bed. How we travel… [click image for previews, reviews, and buy links on Amazon] “Five and a half hours,” promised the SatNav. … Continue reading
The ceremony was done and as the motorcade formed up to take them back to Balmoral, people milled around talking and laughing. Eowyn wanted to enjoy the experience but his mind was on memory he could not shake. On patrol … Continue reading
Reblogged from The Daily Tales of Gregg Savage: Once upon a time, in an unassuming house, a flea was crawling around on some carpet feeling slightly bored. One of her favourite pastimes was annoying the household cat, who, at this … Continue reading
After a long and tiring hike, I stopped for a little breather in a small but beautiful grove. The sun was shining in its full glory, and the chirping of colorful birds of various shapes and sizes soon lulled me … Continue reading
She lost my ball. Traumatised, I was. The special ball… the only ball. Well, okay, I may have a couple of dozen more, but this one is the ball. And it wasn’t my fault, whatever she says. It wasn’t me … Continue reading