Thursday, January 5, 2017

Flux

Everyone and everything changes.  We are all moving from one point to another.  It's how we handle the change that define us.  I did some changing in 2016 and look forward to the new in 2017. 
I was thinking about mermaids yesterday while walking on the beach.  The water is pretty cold and I wondered how their bodies change to adjust to the temperature changes.  Do they bulk up and used the extra layer to handle the cold water?  Do they migrate? Butterflies fly to warmer areas with warmer temps so I am guessing most mermaids do as well. 
Looking at the Weather Channel and seeing posts from back home, there is snow in the forecast.  The Northern parts of the country and the mountain areas have snow.  I wonder if we as humans migrated with the weather like we did thousands years ago how different life these days would be like. 


Magic & Myth - Sue Lion

6 comments:

  1. I think whales, dolphins and porpoises have blubber to keep them warm (and they actually prefer cooler waters). I've got extra padding, but I sure don't prefer cold weather! :D

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    1. i have that extra layer as well. Not going to do much good when I return north. 30° in New Albany IN today. 70° here this week.

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  2. You callin' me blubber?
    We enjoyed the Pirates of the Caribbean except for the last one. It was too traumatic in the portrayal and treatment of the mermaids.

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    1. Ahh, you have the sea running in your veins too.

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  3. I love my "blubber"!! it makes me soft, warm and curvy. As for humans migrating... there would have to be considerably less people to make that possible

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  4. I've always preferred the swimmer physique to the sprinter's. Under all this blubber it's still there :)

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