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Joyous vernal equinox

Sunday, March 20th, 2011

baby hug
A special visitor spent some time with us. He has now gone home and I miss him so. I had so much fun giving him a huggah! I Hope to see the baby again soon!

pillow eats baby
I think maybe baby liked the Devourer pillows better than me. I am not jealous.

I am so happy that spring has sprung! Today the tree in my bedroom bloomed. That hibiscus just opened up and said, “Let’s get VERNAL on this EQUINOX!” Then I said, “What’s a VERNAL?” Then we both laughed and I promised him I’d move him outside when the weather gets warm enough, so he can enjoy more direct sunlight. Little does he know that I am going to chop him up and make many baby hibiscuses from his twigs. It may hurt him a little, but it will be so nice to have baby trees to give away to friends. I’ve received word that babies from previous years that are now living in different homes are blooming nicely now too!

Perhaps the things that I am most excited about today is that I found out last night that I am related to the man in the moon! I was out getting a good look at the Supermoon at around midnight when I was able to see in detail the resemblance between him and I. So I skyped him and we had a grand old chat about our great-great-great grandma in common, Ethel Marmalood. It’s good to know people in high places. He said if I ever need help with anything ocean related, he’s got pull.

Mung bean sprouts on Saturn

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

This is a short backwards story. These bubbles are the babies of the Saturnian Bleeb and some overgrown mung bean sprouts. She says they are her babies but you know what they say about beans and toots, so I am not sure what to believe.


The Saturnian Bleeb discovered the sprouts. They had only been on the surface of Saturn for about seven hours before she rolled along. She loved them! She ate them all up and didn’t save any for anyone else on the whole planet!

mung bean sprouts

The sprouts sent themselves to Saturn because they decided they were too overgrown to be eaten here on earth. Here you can see the sprouts planning their trip.

Saturnian Bleeb discovers sprouts

If they were to be eaten by earthlings, they would have been delicious with some carrot ginger dressing and sliced Jerusalem artichokes. Let me know if you want the recipe for the dressing.