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    Mondays ~
    Tuesdays ~ Snarky
    Wednesdays ~ Dreamer
    Thursdays ~ Naughty
    Fridays ~ Dreary
    Saturdays ~
    Sundays ~

    Whenever ~ Smokey, Mighty, Eerie and Wicked

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ON THE ROAD AGAIN

Greeting and salutations, welcome back. I know the swamp is mess. Our celebration last Friday of George Romero’s birthday was a great success. The party is ongoing over the Swamp Things place. Which one reason we’re getting out of here. I think they went overboard with the swamp gas. They seem to be inhaling anything that’s not submerged. Yes, I agree they might have a problem. We might be talking intervention. Does anyone know Dr. Pill’s number?

Hold on to your loved ones because Mischievous Raven will be our guide through the Impenetrable Forrest today. I have a pressing appointment at the unconsecrated paupers cemetery. There’s a forum on The Myths about Point of View being given by Susan Breen that I don’t want to miss. Because of the zombie uprising we can’t take the direct route, so I’ve hired Mischievous to help us through the forest safely. He claims the zombies steer clear of the forest because it’s not safe. That alone should give us pause. However he assures me that he can usher us past the dangers safely.

My only reservation is that Mischievous Raven comes by his moniker honestly. So as always keep a watchful eye out. Besides the usual Black Tigers and killer Koalas, the forest is home to several of the most feared creatures. For instance the Giant Vampire Tarantula, who sucks all the moisture out of its victim leaving only a parchment covered skeleton. And the dreaded Piranha Humming Bird, who attacks like a horde of locusts eating everything but the hair, which they use to build nests. If you encounter a flock of Piranha Humming Birds there will be no evidence that you ever existed except your screams echoing through the forest.

Here comes Mischievous now. Steel yourselves this is a trip that not many can claim to have made; although plenty have started out, few live to tell the story. Next week we’ll cover what I learn at the forum and I’ll bring you up to date on my progress with Snarky’s decree, Write Everyday or Pay.

So, until next week I leave you with this quote from Benjamin Franklin:

“Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing”

Write On,

Eerie

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