Ok, it wasn’t this bad, well was it? Tell you the truth, I don’t remember, none of us do, hmm! Anyway this morning while we get our regular material ready, we all took a nap. It had to be one hell of a weekend, lol! I believe the roof was going up and down, up and down because of our snoring. We did have a good time, we stayed longer than we planned but I have some family over in Madisonville, so we went for a visit. We didn’t leave till late yesterday afternoon and it all caught up with us this morning.
Since we were all cat-napping this morning, we are going to finish the day up with what we generally start with. Hopefully, we will all go to bed early tonight and get it right tomorrow. Oh, I should mention the speech I gave when over well. I talked about the hazards and prejudices that still exist in our world today against witches and The Craft. But up in the hills, if you ain’t a witch, you get run out of town. So I had a very receptive audience.
Now back to work before I fall asleep on the keyboard.
Top Ten Signs You’re Talking To a Wannabe
10. “I learned how to make a stoplight change!”
9. “Can you teach me how to make a raincloud come around?”
8. “Well, I saw this really cool Ricky Lake show…”
7. “I’m a natural witch!”
6. “What do you mean that I’m not in ceremonial clothing?”
5. “You mean that you don’t have a familiar?”
4. “I studied the Necronomicon. It was pretty cool, sitting right there in Waldenbooks. I just had to summon Cthulu!”
3. “I sometimes hear voices in my head… They tell me that the Goddess is watching me and that my parents are the freaks.”
2. “I’m an expert in the field of…”
1. “I’m a warlock.”
Astronomy Picture of the Day
Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
2016 September 6
The Whirlpool Galaxy and Beyond
Image Credit & Copyright: Álvaro Ibáñez Pérez
Explanation: Follow the handle of the Big Dipper away from the dipper’s bowl, until you get to the handle’s last bright star. Then, just slide your telescope a little south and west and you might find this stunning pair of interacting galaxies, the 51st entry in Charles Messier’s famous catalog. Perhaps the original spiral nebula, the large galaxy with well defined spiral structure is also cataloged as NGC 5194. Its spiral arms and dust lanes clearly sweep in front of its companion galaxy (left), NGC 5195. The pair are about 31 million light-years distant and officially lie within the angular boundaries of the small constellation Canes Venatici. Though M51 looks faint and fuzzy to the human eye, the above long-exposure, deep-field image taken earlier this year shows much of the faint complexity that actually surrounds the smaller galaxy. Thousands of the faint dots in background of the featured image are actually galaxies far across the universe.
Cassiopeia the Queen after sunset
Your Charm for Today
This aspect of your life will be strongly influenced by a person who is optimistic, freedom-loving, jovial, good-humored, honest, straightforward, intellectual and philosophical.
Ninth sign of the Zodiac, Nov 23rd to Dec 21st. Ruled by the planet Jupiter; correct metal Tin. Those born under Sagittarius were supposed to be enterprising, independent and proud, just, courteous, sensitive, honest, keen sportsmen, fond of animals and of out door life. The Sagittarius gems are the Topaz and Pearl. The Topaz was used by the ancients as a charm against pestilence, burns, chest complaints, and dangers while traveling. It was called the Stone of Strength by the Romans, and worn to keep away gout, lunacy and sudden death. In the middle ages to dispel enchantment, calm anger, cure asthma, and bring joy and contentment.