Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Tragedy Strikes Local Village. Many Stricken.

'Twas a peaceful day in the village.....................





































Suddenly, a plague descended upon the townspeople.













































Witnesses see a mysterious CREATURE slinking through the village, striking innocent victims at random.







































At last the CREATURE is revealed. It's Milo-zilla!!!!








There goes the Church!
Kathryn (and Milo) : )

10 comments:

Bonnie said...

Kathryn, You are officially losing it. Merry Christmas. Bonnie

Jacqueline Korteland Boller said...

I love this!!! Kara's cat is exploring at our house as well...she's been walking all over the gifts making the paper crackle...the dog looks on with her ears up and looks like she's laughing. So fun.

Deborah said...

My head was on the keyboard. I lost it at the point that Milo was marking his territory on the churchs teeple.

Kath, you have a gift, not just for making me and EVERYBODY else laugh, but for still being able to see humour despite the...ah...attendant stress in your life. What a woman!!

Christine said...

"With a purposeful grimace and a terrible sound,
He pulls the spitting high tension wires down" (Blue Oyster Cult)

Yep, I can put a soundtrack to anything ;)

Olwen said...

That is so funny! Merry Christmas!

Von said...

That is too funny, Kathryn!! Now I can start the day in the right frame of mind, ever watchful for the cat. :D

Connie Dunton said...

Good Post Kathryn. We had an orange cat named Milo once upon a time! Merry Christmas to you!

Jo said...

I just spritzed my hot chocolate all over my computer monitor.

What a hoot...!

Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Cheers,
Jo

Anonymous said...

a much needed laugh -- you are my hero. Did you photograph the corpses right where they fell? And if so, where are the white police outlines?

It all seemed so quiet and peaceful ...

And the pic of Milo's tail -- amazing camera work.

A in Alberta

Annie said...

Hahahahah, I see you're at it again Kathryn! Too funny!

Have a Wonderful Christmas!!!!