When Glowing Pigs Fly!

I am sneaking in to admire the work of my blog sitters and to catch up with some of my regular haunts. I will tell you more about my week on wednesday… in the meantime.. Like Olga Nunez Miret I have become very fond of pigs since Teagan Geneviene introduced us to two very special and other worldly piglets.. Today they are exploring an old house along with Ralda of Atonement Tennessee fame… and boy… I will never use that expression – If pigs could fly in vain again… read the post and see for yourself..

Teagan's Books

le-sourire-1926-couple-on-pigDid you know that March 1st is National Pig Day (U.S.A.)?  I didn’t until Madelyn Griffith-Haynie told me.

Meanwhile, author and translator Olga Núñez Miret told me that she’s becoming quite fond of piglets, due in part to the “glowing otherworldly pigs” of Atonement, Tennessee.

(Just a couple of Olga’s books. Click here for Amazon author page.)


So with both of those things in mind, I knew I had to come up with another porcine adventure.  Yet what tale for those twisty tail waggers?

I got off to a good start, but then I got stuck about two-thirds of the way to the finish.  So I went to my trusty jar of “things” and pulled out three bits of paper.3-flying-pig-things

Well, let’s see… Puzzle, bill of sale, and monotony.  Hmmm… I think that just might do the trick.  Here goes!

When Glowing Pigs Fly

A sweet breeze…

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1 thought on “When Glowing Pigs Fly!

  1. Dear Sally… You always give me a lovely introduction with your reblogs, but you’ve out done yourself today. And you took time away from your holiday too. ❤ You have given me a huge smile, and made my day. Thank you so very much!
    I look forward to hearing about your fabulous February birthday adventure on Wednesday.
    Thank you again. Mega hugs!


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