The First Ten Minutes (or so) of Creation

Then a common sense notion occurred to him. If you had ten things to do and some of them were difficult, let’s say like creating a land snail tasty enough to serve in a fancy pants restaurant, or easy, like making rain, wouldn’t you do the easy stuff first, so that at the end of the day, you could say you accomplished something?

Now You Know

From "Grommets," forthcoming on the Mischief Time Blog:
...I started playing with the Fool. When I showed him the prototype, Alan loved him and said he looked like Jerry Lewis.
“I was thinking of you,” I said.
“You fascinate me,” he said.

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