Mayors Who Prefer Catnip-Infused Tea and Other News of the Week
The Five-Year-Old and I were settling in for a quiet day at home this morning when I got word that two more rabbits have been installed in Dedham. And you know what that means. FIELD TRIP!
The Five-Year-Old is busily packing her gear, and yelling to me from the kitchen about “snacks for the road.” While she scrambles about, I have just enough time to share a few quick hits about this week’s news.
- Talkeetna, Alaska elects Cat Named Stubbs to serve as Mayor. Fifteen years ago. Through a write-in campaign. And the cat’s still serving. Talk about dedication to the office. (KTUU.com)
- Want to do your bit for science this summer? Tag a Monarch butterfly so that scientists can learn more about their migration patterns. (Nature Knitter)
- New Hampshire cat makes 6-mile trek home (AZcentral.com)
- Oval-shaped eggs could be missing link between birds and dinosaurs (Science Daily)
So, what’s caught your eye this week?
What are you thinking?