My contribution to Cee’s Funny Friday Finds.
You can hardly accuse me of being a master of bird photography. As you can see, my best shots come when the subject is a statue; however, I’d feel remiss if I didn’t participate in this wonderful photo challenge. I’m a firm believer in the adage, “Practice makes perfect,” so I’ll keep trying.
Bird Weekly Photo Challenge – Birds Seen in the Last Two Weeks is brought to us by Lisa Coleman whose blog is called Our Eyes Open.
Lady Greenmeadow stood in the corner and watched. Abigail Hoffenhoff was pulling the laces on Princess Pirouette’s corset. There had been a time when she, as the Princess’ chief lady-in-waiting had been the shoulder Her Highness would cry on, but now little Miss Hoffenhoff was that shoulder. It infuriated Lady Greenmeadow to be supplanted by a wisp of a girl, barely out of the nursery. In her spare time, Lady Greenmeadow would fantasize about all the different ways she could murder the Princess’ official dresser.
What Lady Greenmeadow failed to consider was that her own behavior had served to alienate her from Pirouette’s affections. After Pirouette had caught her stealing some perfume from a cabinet, and after Her Highness had heard her gossiping most cruelly about the goings-on in the Princess’ private suites, Pirouette had decided that at some point, Lady Greenmeadow would have to go.