I have been hard at work taking care of the greenery... and my fellow bunnies have been hard at work typing up new website updates for Schulmania. By order of the Supreme Wirdle, a comprehensive update with many facets is due to be uploaded soon. It will feature new commerce content and something special for Princess Shelby.
Be there to see what it is!
Happy Birthday to Fleet Captain Splunt! And many more!
Whew! I am worn out from administering a 100 scratch punishment. I need a vacation!
Please join me in welcoming the newest additions to the Schulmania family - the kittens (and sisters) Cricket and Monroe. Though just seven weeks old, I am sure they will grow quickly and assume prominent roles in the government of Schulmania. They are currently residing in Woods of Wayne, East Atkinos and will be attending school there until prepared for official duties.
In regards to my blog last month - heads will still be rolling regarding the condition of the Sacred Precinct. The Schulmanator has started his journalling of the incident, the first update from the island of Schulmanicus since June 2008. I am sure we all want to see how this all turned out, don't we?
Seven new Schulmania trading cards comprising the seventh release of Schulmania cards have been issued this afternoon. They can be seen first in Schulmania Volume 3 and will also be featured on the Schulmania website. Go check them out.
A delegation from Schulmania to Canada and New York has returned. All felines along the path of the delegation purred with contentedness as they gazed upon the regal procession, led by Admiral Hestorb and Archduke Bower.
I have decided to join my away mission which is exploring the greater Niagara Falls region. The Schulminion delegation crossed over into Canada - twice - and established contact with the local feline population. I am pleased to report that the Bureau of Feline Affairs has now established a Liaison Office for the eastern Canada region based in Niagara Falls. Mr. Mittens O' Claws of Niagara Falls has been appointed as the director of the office. If you are a feline in eastern Canada and in need of Bureau of Feline Affairs services, please contact Mr. O' Claws at his office overlooking the falls and near the Hershey Chocolate Store.
A small delegation from Schulmania is off to visit installations of the Klingman Institute nationwide. I am certain the facilities will be in perfect condition and look forward to their full report.