. . . And The Yang.

Bugs ponders the Great Circle of Life.

For everything there is a time, and a season.  Now it is the time and the season to blow off steam.  Flower essences or no flower essences.

Mr. Grasshopper knows his time is nigh.

Alas Mr. Grasshopper.

Does Mr. Grasshopper really have to die?

Yes.  He does.

The End.

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About nadbugs

Anita loves cats. This must be because she, too, has had nine lives. She’s been dancing since she could walk, she was a commercial artist and advertising producer, she earned a third-degree black belt in Aikido, she is a drummer with the Afrique Aya Dance Company, she is an attorney, and she’s a meditator and a devoted student of Nonviolent Communication. She also spent one lifetime sidelined with a devastating back injury in 1992. Since then – FELDENKRAIS METHOD® to the rescue. The FELDENKRAIS METHOD is all about dreaming concretely – thinking intelligently and independently by way of a gracious and kind physicality. The work affords all who study it a process by which to reach, with movement, into the mind and the heart, to make nine lives into one whole being.
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14 Responses to . . . And The Yang.

  1. Faz the Cat says:

    Did he taste good?

  2. nadbugs says:

    Succulent. Crunchy. Most satisfying.

  3. Not quite a wildebeest, but they are fun to chase anyhow. I never did eat one, though. You are quite adventurous, my friend. I like to play with crickets and then leave some parts near Mama’s pillow but she doesn’t seem to enjoy them like I do. Do you share with your Bean?

  4. nadbugs says:

    Share? What is the meaning of this? Is that what you do with the crickets? Why?

  5. Daisy says:

    Hooray for Bugs! I wish my cat Dot were that decisive with insect-prey. Instead she bats at them, loses interest, then abandons their lifeless carcasses. (This is the closest thing us house beans have to a gladiator contest, so not having the “kill” at the end always left us unsatisfied…)

  6. lifewith4cats says:

    ah yes, definitly yang.
    Now ill work my way backwards. Will yin have a happier ending do you suppose? Ill find out in a second. 🙂
    p.s. Im happy bugs got a crunchy treat.

  7. Melanie says:

    Yuck. Can’t blame a cat for being a cat, but even imagining the crunching makes me cringe! It probably was even louder than the spider I found Bit crunching up the other day. *shudder*

  8. nadbugs says:

    I know. It’s awful, really.

  9. Eleanor says:

    Ooooooh, yummy! What a treat!

  10. Love it! Feeding his desire to hunt and kill. Brilliant!

  11. nadbugs says:

    It does work. But — now, later in the year — the durn things have turned into small dragons and sprouted wings and they are impossible for me to catch. Quite the exercise in frustration. So unfortunately now all that’s left to Bugs are little teeny ones, babies. Really — horrifying. I try not to think.

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