Stewie Arrives and a Disturbing Christmas Day Phone Call

December 22, Stewie arrived home for a holiday break. He would be staying with us through New Years. We were glad to have him; some good times with family were ahead. And like clockwork, as Stewie arrives, so did his character. We have absolutely no idea where Stew’s character “hides” when he is not here. We are not responsible for producing it when he arrives, and we don’t make him disappear when he goes. It just happens. Of course we assume it is Nuttah, recognizing and heralding his arrival. This time he was placed near the front door where we all come in. I have a giant pink arrow pointing at the tiny Stew character, near 2 pairs of his sneaks (why two such nearly identical pairs of sneaks for a short visit?? There must be subtle differences parents just aren’t aware of):

The arrow points to Stewie's character, which always seems to herald his arrival.

The arrow points to Stewie’s character, which always seems to herald his arrival.

And besides this “Stewie event”, between the last post on December 20th and Christmas Day, there was really nothing, besides me experiencing an occasional hum/buzz/vibration that I would sometimes hear in the upstairs part of the house. Bob was perturbed by this lack of activity, because it was really only me that heard it, he was not getting anything. He was concerned because of the way things had appeared the last time he’d had a “vision”. Things were so difficult for them trying to live no better than prey. Then on Christmas Day, there was a change on my bedside table involving a few of the hearts, Nuttah and a turtle. The changes were relatively minor, but they were changes nevertheless. Then there was a phone call, also on Christmas Day that was to cloud things a bit… I will write about it in the next post. It was the Lao woman for Bob with an update.

The Christmas Day change on my bedside table

The Christmas Day change on my bedside table

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