The Night the Lights went out in Tokyo

When mankind falls into conflict with nature, monsters are born.

The weather is finally starting to warm up slightly. That means days when there’s sun and snow. Thursday and Friday mornings attempted to remain in Winter with snow showers. This is Thursday morning.

But by the afternoons the sun was out. It melted everything but the remaining iceberg from the February snow apocalypse. It made for some interesting commutes, but didn’t deter us from Godzilla movie night. The next movie to be featured: Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla.

It’s been almost 50 years since the original Godzilla landed in Japan. Scientists decided to dig up the skeleton from 1954 Godzilla and create a half machine half Godzilla monster that they can control.

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Humans never learn. Nature always wins.

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I don’t want to spoil the ending, but Mechagodzilla is half Godzilla.

The dramatic weather changes have been causing me sinus problems. This weeks Cheep and Cheerful was my favorite Kombucha, Ginger and Turmeric.

I also had a chance to cast on project number five for Malabrigo March 2019. I think Heirloom Veggies just might be my new favorite color. It might just bump out Dewberry. Doesn’t my Field of Heirloom Veggies look amazing? I’m starting to wonder what Godzilla would knit for Malabrigo March. If you have ideas, post them in the comments section below.

Burt’s hiding out from Godzilla.

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