Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Buster's World: Tuesday

Hey, friends--'tis theBuster here with a few brief fieldnotes from the BusterWorld theme-park today!

Item One:


Diminutive, fuzzy robins.

Robins in MY wisteria tree, adjacent to MY deck, within easy reach of MY incisors!

But they're cute, so I've decided to peacefully coexist with them.

At least 'til tomorrow.

Item Two: Phalaenopsis orchids.

Very strange. They look like they just arrived from Star Cluster O-47.

Laying dormant in their pods beneath the Atlantic for aeons, they have hatched in unison with the single-minded intent of conquering Earth and taking away my Wilsons.


Item Three: Castor Canadensis.


Unconcerned with the presence of humans or canines.

Enjoy gnawing bamboo, scratching themselves, and harassing flyfishermen.

Flat tails can send a stream of water into a human's retina without warning, just as the Epeorus Vitreus hatch is really getting into gear...

Item Four: Main armament of Tongueflappus Busterensis.

Dispenses love and eight metric tons of saliva at thirty paces.

Never still.

If only it could conjugate French verbs!

Okay, that's all the news for now. Gotta go receive my piddling portion of affection before I retire for the night.




Sue said...

Hay, Blue Cousins,

Check out our blog tomorrow for a surprise!

The Porties

Noah the Airedale said...

D seems to think that orchid is very pretty. I dont think she realises it's there for one purpose....to take your Wilsons away. Stay clear of it matie.

Noah x

Persephone and Buster said...

THOSE THINGS EAT MY WILSONS?????oh no...must relocate my hiding spot....

Clive said...


What a great tongue photo!

and the little robins are lovely!

lots of woofs
Clive and gang

Faya said...

Castors are not funny....ils habitent dans l'eau et je ne sais pas nager.....grrrrrr.....
C'est facile les verbes fran├žais !
Bisous, Faya