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Green autumn, full tilt boogie. Currently, it's 73˚F. Our low last night was something like 51˚F. I sat and watched Harvey on Doppler radar, coming ashore twice, first at Rockport and then again at Coropus Christi.

Yesterday, I wrote 1,806 words on "The Dinosaur Tourist," and I might have found THE END. But I won't be sure until I read back over yesterday's pages today. It's a reasonably hefty story, weighing in at 7,483 words. It will be featured in Sirenia Digest No. 139. "The Dinosaur Tourist" is me speaking in a voice I haven't exactly spoken in before. And it's darker than I expected.

Lydia had the vet yesterday (routine shots and stuff), and we had stewfish and cookup rice and curried potatoes and chickpeas from Pan-a-Day for dinner. The was GW2 and Second Life, more We're Dying Up Here (a show that confirms my long held conviction that there's hardly any difference between horror and comedy), a late trip to Whole Foods, and a little RP.

TTFN,
Aunt Beast




1:54 p.m.

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mrs_ralph
Aug. 26th, 2017 05:43 pm (UTC)
What a pretty and unusual kitten. I don't think I have ever seen a cat with a coat like hers. I hope you will have her micro-chipped.
mannequinskin
Aug. 26th, 2017 07:26 pm (UTC)
She looks to be a mix of tabby and either Siamese or Burmese. I agree though, she is a beautiful cat.
humglum
Aug. 26th, 2017 07:57 pm (UTC)


The shelter chipped her. I do not ever intend to let her outside, but, you know... things happen sometimes.
She's got the most amazing marbled tabby markings, and they just keep getting darker.
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