Tuesday, July 7, 2009
I do not believe a story is necessary here. We can all see exactly what Louis is up to. He'd like to believe he's sly, but his size makes this an impossibility. He got away with it for a little while this day, as the ladies talked and laughed unaware. Until at last he could hold it in no longer and a loud "Whoooooooooop!" escaped came from his fishness, alerting the women to his presence. They all turned to look at once, saw him, began laughing again, and Louis in disgrace sank slowly and quietly down below the surface of the water once again.
Monday, July 6, 2009
Though not the next in line for the throne, Twinkle was subject to the intensely mean-spirited scrutiny of her public. While being carried through the streets atop her elephant she was painfully aware of the snickers, sneers and fingers being pointed her way. Through the air like small daggers floated such words as, “Mutant!” “Inbred!” And even “Monster!”
Though life would prove difficult at first, Twinkle was the kind of baby who saw her differences as a blessing. Through hard work and an enormous will to succeed, Twinkle overcame her would-be handicap only to become the 1911 World Cartwheeling Champion at the widely publicized Side Show Olympics held in Rotterdam.
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Incarnatia and Exaltatia adored their boldly eccentric aunt, the Queen Shuzaahn, and always took pleasure in her company. Yet quietly they wished she’d forego her hedgehog tunic while in their presence.
They had so much to learn from him. He was the one who made it back from the great beyond. He held the secrets to life and everything. And so he joined their exclusive club, meeting with them every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. in the grange hall to answer questions, discuss world events, reveal truths and sometimes just sit quietly and listen without judgement. He was their mentor, their hero, their god. They were his friends. Word.