Finally, the "Ri's Sanctuary" thriller is fulfilled as much as I am going to be able to do it. Wouldn't it be fulfilled even better if it was made into some sort of movie? Beyond a doubt, there is much literature in here that also deserves such praise. Awhile ago, I said that 1,000 deviations would fulfill my endeavor here, and another long story would take me beyond that milestone. Am I putting my "real" life on hold though? Before deciding which other thriller to put on here -- gradually, there is an appropriate brief gap to fill. A few more (6) colorized drawings are due, to fill out the decade of deviations left by the last portion of "Ri's Sanctuary." I thus feel obliged to conform to many of the groups I am a member of. The colorizing was part of my September duties, aside from harvesting the garden veggies and apples in the back yard. The titles for these are (not in any order): "Ocean Swimmer, Somersaulters, Attention Getter, Air Babe, Taking Turns" (cute), and "Arizona Border Guard." Just as "WhiteOwl Superheroine" had a problem (Speedy Gonzales) at that state's southern border, a snowbird has one at the northern border! I'll leave the rest to your imagination, until after the last part of "Ri's Sanctuary -- Reunion." is uploaded. What then? As I am at another junction of the literature with the completion of another novella/novel-length story, a THIRD special aurora gallery of photography would be ideal at this time. Oh, and that's in color too!
In real life, I have now scoped out and sketched the Sun just over 9,070 days, and its behavior portends a cold long winter for my location. Hope my drawings and stories can keep you warm. Don't neglect those earlier in the "gal"lery, as "Can't Swim, Vacuum Sealed," and old "Aerial Mines Attack" are now completely in color. Wish I could buy three "warm" prints from Deviant Art, but alas, I have NO credit card! Till next time . . . *s*