I agree with the host of this challenge that bumblebees are soft. I’m submitting this butterfly with the same sentiment. 😄
Here we have two examples of soft on soft. Maxwell and GarGar both have soft fur. Max is on a soft pillow and GarGar is on a soft chair.
For the cause of equity, I submit these dogs who have very soft fur as well.
Here is my entry for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Ate or Eight
Can you have too many peppers? I think not!
But why stop with peppers? How about some pumpkins (eight letters)!
Here we have some yummy yellows (you may recognize some of these from a prior post)
Let’s end the show with a not rotten tomato.
Within days of arriving at Court, Princess Pirouette’s household was assembled. First and foremost was her governess, Lady Greenmeadow who had been a lady-in-waiting for the late Queen. There were her ladies-in-waiting, half a dozen young women, chosen for their beauty, poise and ancient lineage. Her confessor doubled as her almoner, an elderly gentleman who was once considered for the post of archbishop. She had three tutor who taught her everything from comportment to mathematics to governance.
Poor little Princess! Never for a moment was she allowed any privacy. Even at night when she was ensconced in her bed and the curtains drawn, she could hear one of her ladies snoring in a corner of the room. There were times when she wished that she were invisible. Always feeling as she were on display, young Pirouette learned a little trick. She would close her eyes and imagine herself in an empty, sun-drenched field with only butterflies for company. Sometimes her powers of concentration were such that she could block out everything, even intrusive sounds like the constant chatter of courtiers.