Sun Dragon News!

Good news, everyone! The star dragon that’s been munching on our local star has finally gotten tired of chasing its food across the sky and will be moving on at last.

(We’re apparently in a migration path, because we seem to get one nearly every year. Every year I can remember, anyway. Good thing they only feed during the day, so the sun as a little time to recover.)

I’m glad it finally left; I was a little worried it might see Parker as a tasty hors d’oeuvre. Or a toothpick. You never can tell with dragons.

And now our star can start to heal and grow back to its lovely warm summer fullness. (Only problem with that is, it attracts hungry star dragons!)

About Wyrd Smythe

The canonical fool on the hill watching the sunset and the rotation of the planet and thinking what he imagines are large thoughts. View all posts by Wyrd Smythe

One response to “Sun Dragon News!

  • Wyrd Smythe

    And you’ll notice that, as the sun grows into its summer fullness, its warmth (and, to be blunt, gaseousness) causes it to rise high in the sky (making it all the more a target for sun dragons).

    But when a dragon does (inevitably) show up, it sinks lower in the sky, in part to try to avoid the dragon, but also because being fed on makes it cold so it sinks.

    Pure sun science! Now you know!!

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