Another quirky YouTube link for your weekend silliness enjoyment!
White Stripes + Joan of Arc + Ingrid Bergman = one heckuva history lesson
Seriously. What's not to love here?
Through the brittle layers they moved, rising like vultures through gloriously festooned clouds, heaped with fascinating embellishments – some natural, some obviously dwarf-made. The closer they came to the surface, the more Gair noticed other details – expert carvings drawn straight out of the damp rock. At first the etchings were mostly of millipedes, their lithe bodies and countless legs twisting in and out among the folded stone. But these soon gave way to other pictures: great trees, their roots stretching down into the cavernous folds; birds, flying fearlessly between the wet teeth of grinning flowstones; cougars and wolves, prowling the blank surfaces as though they only waited for Gair to look the other way before pouncing. They were carved so deftly, so very life-like, that they seemed almost real.
“Why would our father-dwarves carve such things?” he wondered aloud.
(a) Going to a Tuesday/Thursday update schedule (weekend silly posts and Six Sunday Sentence excerpts will continue as usual)
(b) Hold myself accountable to the original discipline which started this adventure in the first place. (Especially item #3 in that link)
1. Focus on the writing that is at the heart of why I do what I do.
2. Give updates of higher quality to my blog followers (including the popular Agent Tweets series)
3. Stay sane.