Please do not let someone else do your thinking. Go back through the blog and read for yourself how it evolved. We are waiting for the ESP Team to announce their findings of Aug. 8, 2010. We are waiting for Debbie to tell us if and when the Columbus Day Storm Animal's file will be opened to the public. And there are many people who have said that they have had their driver's license suspended for reporting bigfoot to the police after seeing it from their car. Of course there was no law that read if a person sees a bigfoot while in his car his license will be suspended. But it was still a practice. It happened to many drivers.
The last week or so someone sent a photo and claimed a road inspector found the bigfoot print, took a photo of it and it was passed around. The sender of the photo emailed it saying Ballyhoo could use it, but not to use his name. It turned out it probably belongs to a bigfoot researcher from Florida.
The Internet is a "strange land." Be careful what you believe, and what blogs/sites you believe. ... Linda Newton-Perry
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Where does he go when the snow is deep?
Where does he go with his life to "keep"?
Is he hidden there beneath a log?
Or is he snoozing near a steaming bog?
Do you search for him when the snow is deep?
Of course not, you've your own life to "keep."
... Linda Newton-Perry
Questions for Linda Newton-Perry
Question: Doesn’t this name-calling and false information submitted to your blog bother you?
Linda: Of course it bothers me. I don’t have people in my life that would act like this or treat me this way. They just wouldn’t be my friends. Oh sure, I’d be polite to them, but I wouldn’t consider them a friend.
Question: When did you first know you wanted to be a writer?
Linda: Ever since I was, well, I guess about 12-14. I and my sister wrote poetry. I still enjoy poetry. As a teenager I wanted to be a poet, a writer, and a sculptor. And somewhere along the line I added painter to the list. The only thing I don’t do of the above list is sculpt, unless you can consider Joey the bigfoot sculpting. I enjoy sculpting in clay. It takes much room and much effort to keep the clay and project wet. We own a modest home without extra space for sculpting. Painting is the same way. I do have a bench in the garage where I have several paintings in progress. I do enjoy drawing bigfoot.
Question: What book did you read last?
Linda: Just finished last evening The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck for at least the third time. When I was a young woman I read it several times. In the book dirt was eaten to keep from starving. I didn't remember that about the book.
Question: What book did you read before The Good Earth?
Linda: A week or two before I read The Good Earth, I read The Unvanquished by William Faulkner. I read it twice. I believe it was the first time I'd read it. It took place during the Civil War.
Later until more questions come in or I can think of one you'd like answered. ... Linda Newton-Perry