Holy air heads, Phantom Lady! This week we find that Don was never in any danger as the helium in his head kept him afloat long enough for the real Phantom Lady to rescue him. But hang on! Phantom Lady isn’t out of danger yet. Will she be waylaid by the belaying pin aimed at her cranium? Tune in next week for the penultimate chapter of “The Copy Cat Killers!”
Archive for May, 2010
In Greek myth, no other character met with more disasters and monsters in his voyages than Odysseus.
Compared to him, our everyday trials are common and mundane, but to us they are epic. We all occasionally get battered, wrenched and torn apart in our personal odysseys — the question is, will we surrender, adapt or endure when confronted by life’s inevitable tribulations? At the end of our voyage, will we have warped into monsters ourselves, been twisted by the roiling waves of the wind-swept sea, or will we sigh, “Ah! At last I see the shore! At last I am come home?”