Friday, May 13, 2011

SuperMule's PSA and more!

Of course, with a new excitement coming of the trip to Metropolis, IL, Superman Celebration and a chance to meet THE Superman of our day, BRANDON ROUTH!, Muley has decided that his SuperMule persona needed to start shining a bit more.

Muley has a few more PSA announcements on the way, but with the baby across the street getting nearer and nearer TO the street, he felt it was a proper time to share this advice with everyone...much to my disdain due to fear of heights...

And, don't forget to get your next copy of "Jetta: Tales of the Toshigawa - Full Circle" today!  Yep, your's truly iz teh editur of the book!  This issue, second to the last of the Tales of the Toshigawa, answers a LOT of questions along the way, closes some open ended situations, and brings everything...well, FULL CIRCLE...for the finale in the next issue! You can click on the image to go get your copy NOW!  Oh, and while you're there, don't forget to visit the rest of for more information about the upcoming spin-off book: Turra: Bombs and Betrayals

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Stormy Weather

So, with May 1, 2011, being  the first Sunday of the month and time for Muley's sermon at First Congregational Church, he told a message about storms because (as anyone knows right now) we have had some terrible storms in the Mid-South area, mainly floods.  Even our location has become a new Flood Zone which it wasn't before.

Many folks want to see what the flooded Memphis areas look like, and you can see if you check out our Storm Photo Album by clicking here.

So, the sound is (again) hard to hear and we've thus put the script on Muley's Facebook Notes, which you can read here.

And now, on to the video:

Want to hear the song by Vestal Goodman where the sermon comes from?  You can get it for only $.99 at by clicking here.  You can see her perform the song by clicking here.  Want to sing with her?  Now, you can:  Go here to see the lyrics!

Would you like your own book mark?  Well, here you go!

A quick story about storming:  Papa Roy used to tell us as a joke that if we didn't do something just right, he was going to "cloud up and rain all over ya!"