Coyotes are extremely loyal to their mates. If one is caught in a trap, the other will bring small game for it to eat; it will soak itself in a river to allow its thirsty mate to chew on its damp fur for water. It has been documented that the free coyote will stay with its captive partner until death.
The shallow champagne glass originated with Marie Antoinette, from wax molds made of her breasts.
The human heart is no bigger than a fist and yet is wrapped in so much muscle that it can continue pumping even if a third of its muscle mass is destroyed.
And for a bit of Holiday Fun, Vagabondage Press: The Battered Suitcase published my humor piece "Moonshine & Santy Claus"(or Clause, since there is the Santy Claus Handbook). It’s a cool zine, so stop by if you can and read the other writer’s offerings, too.
Soon, I’ll have a couple of other things out as well, and when those happen, I’ll let you know! *smiling*
I’m still waiting for word on two things that I am keeping my fingers crossed about. But, until I have a for sure "this is going to happen" I can’t feel comfortable sharing it. Too much can go wrong in this business! But, keep all your fingers crossed and good vibes, if you want to, for me.
Green Product of the Day: Java Logs! Try them – eco-friendly logs for your fire -made from coffee! I love them.
Healthy Living Tip of the day: Why not try some gratitude? It’s easy to forget that sometimes we have to find our joy, or our appreciation, because we’ve lost it along the way somehow, or forgotten, or are just so busy and stressed. Take a moment and remember at least one thing, one little thing, you can find joy or gratitude in. (And if you like, visit our YOG – year of gratitude; it’s almost over, our year, already!)
Writer’s/Editor’s Link of the Day: Murder by 4 – a group of mystery/crime writers. And soon I’ll have a link up for our December issue of The Rose & Thorn newsletter – it went out to subscribers just a few minutes ago. If you haven’t signed up for the newsletter, I encourage you to do so – we keep your email safe! The newsletter will be placed on the Roses & Thorns site (it’s not there yet, but it soon will be!)