In the hidden base on Europa, the minutes passed like hours, but back on Earth the hours passed like minutes. Trudith’s apartment had become the spontaneous headquarters for her scramball team’s efforts. Dahlia and several of the other dogs, at Trudith’s request, had brought laptop computers with them. Now they crouched around the different computer screens haphazardly arranged on the coffee table. Clips of Kipper played on all the screens. Continue reading “Otters In Space 2 – Chapter 29: Earth”
Mangoes, strawberries, orange, and bell pepper
A veritable rainbow of fruit to share
But what is this?
All round and prickly?
Covered in spines so stickly?
Not a fruit
This funny dude Continue reading “Hedgehog Feast”