There are no new ideas. There are only new presentations. -- Deborah Robson I'm currently reading a book I should love (Hild, by Nicola Griffith). It's historical fiction set in 7th c. England, only a century later than the setting I've chosen for my novelization of Rapunzel. Hild is full of words, concepts, and details I've... Continue Reading →
I may have given you the impression that the only birds at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum are raptors, like the barn owl and Harris's hawks I saw in their daily Raptor Free-Flights. But visitors to the ASDM see plenty of other interesting birds, all native to some part of Arizona. When I was there in February,... Continue Reading →
Or, in Christopher Robin's words: GON OUT BACKSON BISY BACKSON, See you here next week.
It's time to introduce the smallest members of our family. Zachary and Adrian are fancy mice (not the same as the feeder mice pet stores sell to reptile owners). Zachary is the older of the two, and despite extensive training, he is not as bold as Adrian. Zach loves food and comes running to take... Continue Reading →