Saturday, March 14, 2009

Whisked Away to Adventure

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The Queen loved parties, games, and especially music. "What will I wear?" she exclaimed. "All I have are these old horrid clothes!"

Perhaps I need a extravagant party hat? In the very tiniest of fine print on her invitation reads: You must visit the "Emporium of Wonders." There is a table set up just for you to assemble a wondrous hat. "Oh, how clever of them!" she said. "I will look divine!" The Queen lovingly packed her artful suitcase filled to the brim with tinsel, paint, glue, carnival images, and crepe paper!

So, as the sun rose over her magical kingdom, she stepped into her carriage to be whisked away to undertake the adventure she so needed. She thought of Samuel, who was lost at sea after that severe thunderstorm. It was so hard to be happy, when she had lost so much!"

7 comments:

Lydia said...

I hope that she finds her son.

bluemuf said...

I'm so glad the Queen is going to the party, a little fun and magic might help to ease the sorrow.

Karen

Tumbleweed Trails said...

How wonderful the Queen loves parties, games and music. The carnival will be such a fun event to help take her mind off Samuel. I do think she will enjoy herself.

Dawn said...

there is something about this art that is just different and great! I think it's because u used a male in it. Very nice blog, love your background!

dubuhdudesigns said...

You have such a wonderful gift of storytelling and amy post with an image of Mr. Wilde is a favorite of mine! Bravo! Are there more stories to come?

Ozstuff said...

Samuel bears a striking resemblance to Oscar Wilde! Love your story. A little partying doesn't hurt anyone.

Her Art Nest said...

I don't know what got into me the weekend of the "Carnival Soiree." I am usually not much of a story-teller. Thanks for all your sweet comments. It helped my spirits participating in such a fun event. Who knows, maybe there's a little bit of fairy tale stories to be told in my future! LOL ~Nan