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A Rustic #Wormhole

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While I “heart” the geeky looking wormholes, the Wyoming Girl inside this beat-up old body also “hearts” the rustic wormholes of the world.

I’ve been mulling why I feel so attracted to wormholes, paths that look not so traveled and tunnels. I think it goes back to my childhood. I loved driving into tunnels, even the little ones. They were dark, mysterious and it felt like anything could happen inside—or on the other side.

There was a tunnel in Gretna that ran under the river and that was a bit unsettling, but also fascinating. Okay, I also like bridges, so am I crazy?

I love comments so much that I pick a favorite to receive my monthly AnaBanana gift basket ($25 value).  (And don’t forget that once a quarter I’ll be tossing in something fun from the Perilously Fun Shop!) Recipient is announced the first blog post of the new month.

Perilously yours,

Pauline

P.S. In Kate & Leopold, they travel through time by leaping into a vortex. I modified this “method” of time travel for Out of Time. If you’re going to time travel into the past, you should leap, shouldn’t you? (Grin)

Image of Out of Time with cup of coffee

“Would you like an adventure with that brew?”