The dream that had me scribbling

I know the moment I publish this blog that the idea will probably become an Oscar award winning film and I will have no claim to lay over it but what the hell. I need to get my word count back up, and this is the only thing that’s been running through my mind all damn day.

Zombies; I admit, scare the bejesus outta me. Even the fake ones. Blah.

But I wonder what would happen if Zombies were dependent of the temperature?

If things got too cold, people infected with the zombie virus, would turn into the rambling dead and have to wait until the weather got warmer before they unzombiefied.

In order to keep the virus at bay, a scientist (who only discovered he had the virus by chance when he was video taping himself to practice for a major speech he was nervous about presenting and the temps dropped low enough to trigger the change) keeps his home at a cozy 30 degrees Celsius 24/7.

The citizens of his town, including the police, have all been infected and the night is about to get hairy, when an unexpected storm drops the temps and the only safe place to be (the scientists house) is the focus of the entire zombiefied population.

When the power goes out, and the back up generator is taken out by the zombied school principal, the scientist becomes his families biggest problem.

Can the family avoid being infected? Will they survive long enough for the weather to warm up? What will become of the scientist?

 

 

Dragging my feet.

It’s been AGES since I put a half decent blog up here. My word count has fallen behind… badly.

I was on target until the migraines started hitting me again; bastards. I’m down to 37 words a day. Which is bad as my target was 100 words a day.

I am however on target for my book reading. 34 of the 52 target and we’re only in the 7th month.

What the heck have I been up to the last month or so?

Craft has been going well at Sensible Health and Mobility. The kiddo is half way through 5th grade. I’m still reviewing and making tutorials on eww tube for Marianne de Pierres. Even had the chance to read the blurb for Marianne’s next book to be released, Angel Arias. That was thrilling.

I was asked to take photos of the kiddo’s school for their website upgrades… some turned out better than others and with luck they’ll be happy with the best ones.

We also went to the Abbey medieval tournament this Saturday just gone. Hubby had the camera more than I did so he has monopoly over the memory card contents. I’m proud of him and we had a magnificent time. I was a little sad we missed the jousting this year, but the shots were cool regardless.

Pepper the Owl.

 

Sabrina the Wedge Tail Eagle

 

His Grace, Falco St. Cler

 

Zoe the Peregrine Falcon

 

I HAD to Hug a Knight.

 

There were over 400 photos… so these are just some of the ones I was able to get up on photobucket before I had to nip off and get the kiddo from school.

I would say I’ll post more when I get energetic.

Onward to the rest of the week!

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