Take That Stupid Summer!

I am going to ignore the fact that there is still a little over a week left of August

and those pesky 9 days,

like those few strands of flesh and muscle that stubbornly cling to the  bone of some unfortunate creature who is no longer a resident of this world

and instead I will focus on the bottom line

– Halloween is now 70 days away and there is no stopping it from happening.

Little Windows

I wanted to look out and seem some weird and strange things- so I found some pictures of caves.

I don’t know about you, but caves creep me out- in a good way. Here are three that I found interesting.


Not far off the northeast shore of Lake Mývatn, in northern Iceland, is the lava cave called Grjótagjá. Multiple nearby volcanic eruptions from 1975 to ’84 caused the water temperature in Grjótagjá to rise to a dangerous level north of 122 degrees Fahrenheit

Strange microbes have been found inside the massive, subterranean crystals of Mexico’s Naica Mine, and researchers suspect they’ve been living there for up to 50,000 years-Alexander Van Driessche/Wikimedia Commons

The Spirit Cave mummy is the oldest human mummy found in North America. It was discovered in 1940 in Spirit Cave, 13 miles (21 km) east of Fallon, Nevada by the husband-and-wife archaeological team of Sydney and Georgia Wheeler.