Story Time, Monkeying Around

Levity, that’s what’s needed around here! What better way to prepare for the weekend than with a Story Time, Interactive Style that includes animals. We all like animals…isn’t that why that cat blog is so popular (you know, the one that posts pictures of cats saying funny things?). And we like them even more when they’re babies and oh so cute.

So! To participate in this Story Time here’s what you do.

  1. Put on your thinking caps
  2. Look at the picture below
  3. Come up with cute/funny caption/story for picture below
  4. Leave that in the comments section
  5. Come back later and laugh at all comments left

We went to the zoo this past weekend and came across this:

I had to include both pictures because they completely tell the story (to me) and are just too sweet. Now get to commenting!

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In other news, I’m reading The Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa Gregory. I can’t put the book down. I’ve read The Constant Princess and The Other Boleyn Girl(didn’t see the movie) and this book is on par with the those. It’s fascinating to think about what life might have been like in King Henry VIII’s court. A bit scary I must say. I keep wondering to myself, “Will I see these people in Heaven and get to ask them all these questions I have running around my head? Will they answer me?” The next book I’ll read is The Virgin’s Lover. Then The Queen’s Fool and The Other Queen.

I’ve also been embroidering some. I haven’t really done much since we moved. I’ve got fabric to make the girls’ Christmas dresses, and it looks like I better get sewing on those. The holidays will be here before I know it. To monogram or not to monogram their dresses…that is the question.

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4 thoughts on “Story Time, Monkeying Around

  1. “Gee, kid. You sure do look funny! What’s wrong with your teeth anyway?”

    Books: Good recommendations for when I get some time to read again. Fascinated by the Tudor era. Henry was quite the boy.

  2. And the monkey said to the gator “Are you looking at me?”

    I read one book by that author…it was The Queen’s Fool and hated it. Even after much pimping I am afraid to pick up any of her others!

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