6.12.38

Two eggs.

Nights now are distinctly chilly.

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15 Responses to 6.12.38

  1. Anil says:

    Its not that chilly.. he’s just eggzaggerating.

  2. David says:

    I’m glad to see George is coming out of his shell.

  3. Stephen says:

    Nights now are distinctly chilly,
    Nasturtiums planted willy nilly.
    Atlas mountains, very hilly,
    Counting eggs, completely silly.

  4. At last we can begin to piece together a picture of his routine. It starts at 4 in the morning when he goes out in his nightshirt to look for eggs.

  5. @ Stephen
    Made a friend, his name is Billy
    I hope he’ll let me have a go on his typewriter

  6. Asphodel says:

    Omg the excitement and wonder… How many eggs will it be tomorrow?!!
    :-|

  7. As opposed to indistinctly chilly, I suppose. Suddenly, chilliness is all metaphysical and stuff.

    Currently, it is 30° F [-1.111° C] at -0632 GMT here.

  8. Obviously, it was 0632 CST [-6 GMT]. I apologize for this EGGregious faux pas.

  9. dave says:

    JL3;

    What time is that in Zulu time??

    I again invite GO fans to a climate change; check out the daily audio report (in Zulu time) @ Shackelton Centenary Expedition site…

    Fort worth…you and Q are practically neighbors….Its -11C in Ottawa and snowing…

  10. I am 3 miles [4.828 kilometers] from the arching garage door-on-steroids (yes, that is a Wal-Mart across the street) under which the Cowboys will play beginning 2009. I am not a fan but I like the town, been here close to 20 years. Genetically, I am a Buckeye [which may, or may not, explain a lot of things].

  11. Ed Webb says:

    Utter clarity
    Of chilliness: a model
    For recording life

  12. Keith says:

    I hope he has a blankie!

  13. CAL says:

    It’s winter here now, near Chicago, snow on the ground (not much), and a good deal chillier than Morocco. Beautiful Christmas decorations.

  14. Dominic says:

    It’s only a matter of time, when it gets too chilly his eggs will raise up and hide.

  15. Natalie says:

    It is beyond distinctly chilly here at my parents’ house in Michigan.

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