It is almost Talk Like a Pirate Day, you valued Readers! So grab your eye patch, a clean bandana, and start rolling and grinding them R’s like you mean business.
Saturday morning, you can spring from the sheets and let ‘errrrRrRRRrRrrr RRRRRrRRRip! Very Exciting Event, Right? AaarRRrG!!!
Today is National Cake Decorating Day, which is often a day of Mystery where Rhinos are concerned. We start out with both ingredients and good intentions, but when the time comes for putting it all together, both the cake and the frosting have disappeared.
Perhaps this is one of those Natural Paradoxes We hear about…?
Rhinos are prone to Effervescence. These bubble-ups are occasional and unpredictable. We are proceeding, and then in an instant, We are seriously upbeat.
Part of the appeal of these episodes is that Rhinos understand so little of how or why they begin or end. Just a surprise treat.
Nature is not self-explanatory, but then, what is?
Often the Fourth of July involves civic aerial dramatics; Big Blasts, Big Noise, but this year less so.
This year YIR is focused on Nature’s little fireworks. Happliy so.
Magic is appealing to everyone; the idea that things can be changed by waving our hands or muttering something transformative.
Rhinos like stories where something happens out of the blue. The planet bows to our will. A Big Freebie! Where do We sign up?!?
Rhinos like to practice, just in case things are going our way. Open Sesame! Please.
Today (6/21) is the last of the first days of Summer this year. Rhinos are informed there are three first days; We don’t count any higher than that, and mutter, very softly, “Congratulations.”
Enjoy it, Summer that is. We plan to.
June has arrived.
Rhinos like each and every month, and mostly every day, but some inspire Us to deck ourselves out and enjoy the moment.
Seems like a fanciful enterprise where everyone wins. Very Rhino.
‘Your Inner Rhino’ wishes all of our Readers a fragrant and delightful Sunday.
YIR wants you to recall that from today until Labor Day, white shoes are allowed. Then it’s time to go back to everything else.
Rhinos are spared these wardrobial considerations, not wearing shoes at all. Or anything else, if it comes to that.
Rhinos embrace every advantage We’ve got!
May 18, 1897 Bram Stoker’s DRACULA was first published. We probably don’t need to tell you it has been an influential work.
Rhinos like to imagine various emotional states, and DRACULA has got more than enough of those. Who doesn’t enjoy a good tremble every now and then?