This summer was very hot. And of course, when it is very hot, you will always be reminded that today is very hot because someone nearby will comment in a few variations: “It’s hot”. It is oddly becoming much like a greeting or catchphrase.
A short intermission: I went to the zoo and faced bees?
“Bees that buzz, and something, something, lion fuzz, and I’ll be doing some-thing in summer” – admittedly, I sung this one song phrase a couple of times in my head at the zoo and surprise, surprise, Bees! So the very short minute story began like this: At the zoo, there is an outdoor soda fountain dispenser which has a variety of different flavored drinks like pink lemonade and water. Good news was fortunately the mysterious case of the disappearing bee population does not appear to be active at this zoo location; the bad news was the bees shared company at the soda fountain made people wary and worry. (Let me remind you it’s hot, and bees need water too, even it is perhaps a sweeten beverage) Now these bees were very nice bees, very fluffy, very reasonable to not sting. My short experience—I walked through the bees, got some ice and lemonade and back to my table. The End – not much of a thrilling storyteller I am.
Additionally, there was a giraffe with a blue tongue, a sleeping lion, and an otter eating a red shellfish.
Lately, this summer, I been drawing a lot of “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” related art. Funny enough, a good lot of them don’t have an actual pony in them. Well, back to matters at hooves, autumn is coming and so is school, thus due, the “ponies” and not-“ponies” art from me will stop pretty soon so I can study tons and tons like Twilight Sparkles.