These delightful friends were photographed on September 18, 2020.
Lady Chole de Muffin had been a fixture at court since the early days of the old king. Admired and respected by all, she was an arbiter of taste and style, inferior only to Queen Pirouette. In old age, she lost her vision, but this only served to increase her authoritas. Years before the reignsContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Slosh”
Looking something like a super nova, this daisy is submitted to Sunshine’s Macro Monday. Below we have a lovely beatle.
Photographed on August 30, 2019 in Annapolis, Maryland.
XingfuMama’s Pull Up a Seat Challenge
I photographed this beauty in Arnold, Maryland on August 24, 2019. Is that a zinnia upon which he is dining?
Princess Pirouette the Younger and her older sister Princess Gargella were both in big trouble with their parents. They’d committed the one unforgivable transgression; that is, they had been rude to an underling. Everyday of their lives they’d been instilled by their parents with the supreme importance of being polite at all times. “No matterContinue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Beacon”
Had she lived in a different era, then Queen Pirouette would have known that it was simply a viral infection that took several of her children away from her so early in their lives. When Little GarGar took ill at eight years of age, he’d shown every sign of being a healthy and robust child.Continue reading “Ragtag Daily Prompt: Viral”