I went out into Bat-Cave last night to run some errands and I was met with a beautiful surprise; the night sky was dancing with light. Yes, I was privileged to get a glimpse of the Aurea Borealis (I guess we must be further North than I thought). Waves of dancing colored lights were spread throughout the night sky and cast an eerie glow about the town. Oh, it was so lovely; I wish you could have seen it.
I also finally solved a mystery. I have figured out how those little snowballs that I’ve been using to make snowmen form. You’re not going to believe this; are you ready? They’re made by…dung beetles. Ewww! I know. Isn’t that shockingly disgusting. However, I guess it’s better that the dung beetles in Bat-Cave roll up balls of snow instead of rolling up balls of…well, you know…poop. It was so weird. I was walking along to do some fishing in the ocean when I noticed one of those random snowballs. I didn’t think much of it at the moment, until I noticed that it was moving on its own. I thought that was rather strange and when I went to investigate, I ended up catching a dung beetle. Isn’t that crazy? Well, one mystery solved in Bat-Cave. Unfortunately, the other mystery pertaining to the empty lamp I found continues to be a mystery. I’ve gone out several times in the early morning to try and find this ghost that supposedly owns the lamp, but to no avail. Maybe I should just auction off the lamp.
We got another reminder today that the town will be celebrating on December 24th, and that a special guest named Jingle will appear in town to share presents. I’m very excited about all of this and can hardly wait for the 24th to get here. Well, that’s all for today diary. I’ll update you on the goings on of Bat-Cave again soon.