She may think it’s a spring cold, but in reality, the ray of sunshine that is Katydidinoz (seen here )
is suffering from the after effects of a vampire stalking.
I suppose I should apologise for sending the undead after her, but she was feeling blah and needed a little prick-me-up. I couldn’t very well send her a zombie, now could I?
As much as I know she loves a good Zombie (and who doesn’t), I thought a little bloodletting might put her in a better humour— and get rid of any nasty germs that are trying to infect her, because who’s ever heard of a vampire with a cold? With vamps, it’s all about preternatural strength and the ability to regenerate your body.
But perhaps I was wrong.
I know. It’s unbelievable. Me, wrong. I hear you laughing right along with me.
However, it may just be true.
Since I know she’s actually feeling like a zombie, and I know she’ll appreciate this, I guess it’s only fair I pass along this story from Santa Fe Reporter:
One day, I hope Katydidinoz and I can collaborate on a romance novel about a Zombie Vampire orthodontist who moonlights as a undertaker. If you’ve got a pie-maker who can bring back the dead on Pushing Daisies, why not a Zombie Vampire orthodontist-undertaker?
2 thoughts on “Fangs A Lot.”
Aha! The bat fluttering against my bedroom window makes a whole lot more sense now.
and to think I shooed your precious gift away.
Forgive me, Bitey!
Let’s get on that novel, pronto!
Know how leeches and maggots have a medicinal use, how they can get rid of gangrene and other flesh eating bacteria? One day the AMA will realise vampires are a valuable tool to fight off infections.