Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Wormhole Blog Hop




(Lieber Albert, Fröliches Geburtstag!)


Our wormhole plugs into the many-worlds multiverse, where any variation on a world you can imagine exists somewhere out there.

When we learned to read Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs (nerd alert), we became fascinated with that time period, but we’d visit a version with three improvements. Our wormed version of that world would have
  1.  indoor plumbing
  2. air conditioning
  3. chocolate
Plus Kym wants to wear the skimpy clothes, Mark wants to drive a chariot, and both of us want the chance to smite our enemies.

 (Notice we avoided the paranormal adventure-comedy world of our own Silverville Saga series – we already live there.)


This is a Blog Hop! Proceed to the next wormhole from the list below:

23.
50.
56.

41 comments:

  1. Lots of worlds, sounds like fun!

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, C.M. We'll be sure to invite you next time we go there by wormhole express -- but not until then!

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  2. Smiting my enemies is motivation enough for me. Oh, and the plumbing, AC, and chocolate.

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    1. Ha! Yeah, the smiting seemed like a deal-breaker to us without that option.

      Thanks for hopping over.

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  3. Chocolate-- good choice. (Making note to not get on Kym or Mark's bad side. Fear of smiting.)

    Oh and boy did I have to reach into the recesses of my mind, back to my many years of German classes, to figure out the salutation. I have a headache now. ;)

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    1. Julie, you're so funny.

      Viel Spaß! (Uh-oh, didn't mean to make your head hurt again)

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  4. I prefer to visit the Egyptian eras via the museums!

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    1. Much safer, for sure, and the way we *usually* do it. Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Yes, I would have to have plumbing and chocolate too!!

    sandysanderellasmusings

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    1. Sandy, you sound like our kinda gal. Thanks for hopping by.

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  6. It's so true, our modern sensibilities would make going to the past a little uncomfortable. The smells! But chocolate makes everything better, so I could probably last until my wormhole ride showed up to take me home again. :)

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    1. Ha! Good point, L.G. We hadn't even thought about the smell! Okay, the list of improvements needs a revision.

      Thanks for visiting our site.

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  7. Funny take on this wormhole power you have! All of those manipulations seem oh so worthy.

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    1. Hi, Nancy. For sure, we all might as well get some modern convenience out of the trip -- better than parking a Winnebago on site (we're soooo over roughing it these days). :)

      Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. Indoor plumbing and A/C are musts!

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    1. Hey, Diane. Maybe we'll invite you to come along to promote some hieroglyphic pub/promo ideas to replace all that cumbersome tomb-wall painting! :)

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  9. Boy, you know what you want! ;)

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    1. Hi, Adiana. Yeah, that's what people tell us. Maybe it's true. :) thanks for stopping by.

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  10. My wife would wear skimpy clothes and I'd ride a chariot? Sign me up!

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    1. You're on -- but you have bring the shuriken and bo staffs, oh ninja-won.

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  11. Updating the old worlds...NICE!

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    1. Yeah, we might start looking around for others Old worlds to remodel as well. thanks, M.J., for hopping by.

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  12. Hahaha its your wormhole trip so luxuries like AC and such is not cheating. Thanks for participating!

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    1. Thanks, Stephen, to you and yours, for thinking up such a swell blog hop. And thanks for stopping by.

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  13. Love it! Definitely indoor plumbing and ac--it's a must! Haha thanks for sharing :)

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  14. Indoor plumbing is an absolute must, in any world. :)

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    1. Reading our mind, Damyanti, reading our mind.

      Thanks for coming by our blog on the hop.

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    1. Thanks. It's so much fun to see what others have come up with. We were afraid ours was going to be boring (hence the need for chocolate!)

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  16. Oh, good thinking! MUST have indoor plumbing and AC, and chocolate is the veritable icing on the cake. Oh, ya might want to take a large jar of Vicks with you, too, to smear under your nose. With all that garbage rotting in the streets, it's still gonna be a bit odoriferous.

    Nice to meetcha. Count me in as your newest groupie. I changed the pic on my profile, but for some reason the old pic is still showing up when I sign onto a new blog, but it's me! Just says Susan when you put your cursor on it, and (curse, curse) it's a dead end. As soon as I figure out how to fix it, I will...

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    1. Woo HOO! I just figured it out, so the pics match now!

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    2. Hi, Susan, thanks for joining our blog, and nice to meet you in the "face."

      Great suggestion about the Vicks -- gotta add that to the list! :)

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  17. haha! I can totally imagine flushing toilets and AC's inside those Egyptian pyramids:)
    Nutschell
    www.thewritingnut.com

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    1. They say there're aquifers and tunnels under the Gaza Plateau already, so we could even include sewers under the pyramids.

      Great suggestion and addition to our Dream Egypt, Nutshell, and thanks for blogging by.

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  18. I'll sign up to your wormhole jaunt too! Sounds like great fun:)

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    1. thanks, tinksaid. we'll be sure to send out an invite when we get the wormhole open, and thanks for hopping by!

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  19. I'd also love to have indoor plumbing with me if I went. That may be one of the reasons I didn't go too far back in time :)

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    1. Ha! Wouldn't have to go very far back to run out of modern conveniences, that's for sure. Gosh, we used to be such fearless campers and backpackers, too. these days, not so much.

      Thanks for coming by, Lynne.

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  20. Ooh yes, the smiting opportunities would be irresistible.

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  21. Hi, Nicki. Thanks for following us. We'll plan a smiting party, and you're on the list to be smiter rather than a smitee. :)

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