Well, Springfield, you’ve been so good to us that we hate to say goodbye. But duty calls, and we know that we’re leaving the Queen City in the capable hands of our Reservists. Thanks for all your help this summer. If you need us again, you know where to find us. Good luck out there, and happy hunting!
Come see how we wrapped up the mystery of the breakouts at the Springfield Art Museum over the last six weeks.
And to all our loyal Art Hunters Reservists in Springfield, Missouri, thank you. We were in this together, and Brock and I couldn’t have contained Pollination once and for all without you.
Slowly, I regained consciousness. Well, I was ninety percent sure I regained consciousness. It was hard to be certain of anything, as dark as it was. The last thing I could recall, after the blow to the head, was being dragged further into the darkness by a dozen… Marilyn Monroes?
Navajo culture revolves around the concept of hózhó—maintaining balance. And with all the craziness going on, I think we could stand to restore some hózhó around here.