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Thursday, July 09, 2009

Barnyard Meeting: Part Two


The barnyard gasp had just sunken into silence when a faint, slow, click-clop was heard in the near distance. A small statured creature from the old barn quietly plodded out to the crowd, it's head bent...

Visit Tails & Tales, the short story site of artist/Katherine Dunn to read this story.

7 comments:

Emma said...

I loved this story (and the illustrations) and your thoughtful look at Twitter and the like!

Amy Schimler-Safford said...

Love the illos (and story of course) - and share your twitter sentiments.

Sharon Stanley said...

Lovely ending to a lovely story...We are all relieved. Jubel is happy all is well at Apifera but fears he will never tweet...he has enough trouble writing...

Linda O'Neill said...

Love it...especially the dog/donkey drawings!

Flassie's Fil'a said...

I use to have some tweeter birds.
One work me up around 2:30ish in
the morning to let me know a bear
was standing on his hine legs
peeking in my bdrm window.

I do not tweet. So I can not help you in that department.

Did you know they make poop paper,
out of lambs and elephant poop?

Enjoyed your story!

I decided I wasn't going to sign
up for everything online. I just
can not keep up with everyone.

I read some blogs when I have
some time.I cut down on the
amount of places I visit.

There is only so much time in
the day and I do not want to
spend it sitting in front of
the computer all day either.

I hope someone else who tweets
can give you some good advice.

I only can only say enjoy the
tweety birds outside your window,
for I have no knowledge about the
computer twitter system. Nor do I
want to catch the bug! I think I'd
rather sit by the pond and watch
the birds catch bugs!

God Bless You and Yours!!!

NanaBeast said...

Regardless of the Twitter question (hardly use a cell phone so don't have a clue what it is like) you are a terrific note-taker. Amazing in fact, considering you did sketches as well. Pino is such a LOVE! Thank you so much for sharing the goings on of Apifera Farm. I love coming here.

Terre Busse said...

I loved your twitter story. I love the way your mind works - so creative, so intelligent

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