Thursday, September 25, 2008

My new blog and another web page up...

That's right, folks, I have a new blog, which will eventually become the pages of a website called the Corrigendopedia.
` Unsurprisingly, it's called the Corrigendopedia Blog!

I also put up a new photo page on my website, the piece of the story leading up to Vada's ultimate escape for ten days.
` Here's a 'Sneak Peek' of Vada when she was cornered in a tree by a vicious starling!


Also, have you been to my art blog lately? I put something up there, too!

8 comments:

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Is that cat in the tree one of your alien housemates?

Daisy said...

Oh dear, nothing worse than being cornered by a vicious starling! Poor Vada! HA! :D I hope you were able to rescue her.

Daisy said...

Well, I just followed the link over to read the rest of the story about poor Vada! I'm so glad she was able to escape with Violet's help. :) She was up there pretty high! Fun story, seequine! :D

Kingcover said...

Was the starling about to mount a full aerial attach on Vada? The fur would have been flying off that pussy quite literally two all for corners of a compass!
Going to go read the rest of the story and look at your etchings also .....

Kingcover said...

Whaaaaat?! You killed the aphid family!!! You little meanie hurting little green creatures like that! I'm scared for my life now. Hopefully I wont end up in the garbage along with them. *gulp*.

Kingcover said...

Ha! You'll never believe this but I heard just about 20 minutes ago that Channel 4 is showing Pan's Labyrinth at 9.00pm today (just about 2 hours from now). I'm going to watch it and see what it's like ;-)

TV listings for tonight to prove it, lol

S E E Quine said...

Yes, Nick, she's still an alien. And still a big goof!

Thanks, Daisy! I try to make my real-life stories most interesting.
` Just wish I could be online more often right now so I can see how interesting other people's lives are right now....

Gareth, no fears! I wasn't the one to throw them away! My botany instructor was the real meanie!
` That's really odd Pan's Labyrinth was on at the same time... maybe it MEANS SOMETHING!! :o Okay, I made that up and you know it.
` So... did you watch it and see how good/horrifying it was?
` BTW, I like the fact that they use '24-hour' time on European schedules rather than '12-hour' time like they do here in America, because I find all this nonsense with a.m. and p.m. is just so confusing.
` It's hard enough just to set my cell phone alarm for the right half of the day! Praise Blogger for having 24-hour time stamps!

Kingcover said...

I thought that might happen with the link. I knew it would move onto the next day's schedule but I'm sure you clicked on the arrow over to the left on "Monday" and saw yesterday evening's schedule.
Yes I watched it and found it quite entertaining and less horrifying than I thought it may have been. The faun was quite scary I have to say - the stuff that nightmares are made from but hopefully I'll have something nice to dream about tonight.
The way the 'captain' killed the second farmer with the bottle was unusual with hammering his nose in and then shooting him in the head was a new way of killing also.
All in all I liked the film, just wished it was an English speaking film because I find with subtitles that you end up missing some screen action as you are reading the translations and I loved the way the scary creature put his hands up to his face so he could use his eyes. Very clever. Good adult fairytale though :-)