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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!

Red Fish Circle said...

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

Sharon 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...

Abby Creek Art 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.

Terry Busse said...

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

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