I had a great discussion with Santa this year. I asked him for taller door frames, wider chimneys for him and more old fashioned candy canes at school.
Cupid decided to go on vacation over Valentine’s day this year. (He is a few hundred years old, so I guess we can let him get away with things like that.) Of course he needed to find a replacement. Remember George? Cupid is teaching George to shoot. the method they are trying now is “Aim at everything you don’t want to hit”.
Meet Sam and George, Sam likes to plot the destruction of forts, while George likes eating flowers.
This is a nice example of mutualism. Sam has a hard time terrifying the inhabitants of his targets, so he has a dragon along with him (This strategy works about one percent of the time right now, because George is too adorable to be scary). George just gets to graze on the tulips they pass by.
What would be more wobbly then a newborn alpaca?
A newborn alpaca with wings perhaps.
I would like to go paragliding more then snorkeling mostly because it sounds neater. I think that fewer people go paragliding. I do not know the numbers, but you don’t see camps taking the kids on paragliding trips.
Perhaps the reason Grandma should go paragliding with me is to get away from the snakes. When snorkeling you are in danger of encountering both water snakes and the everyday snakes you find on land. When paragliding you only really need to look out for them when you take off and land. The only times you need to look out for flying snakes are when you are in the Amazon or above a Barbarian Horde that is lobbing snakes over castle walls. I don’t know the numbers, but I don’t think those happen very often.
Grandma, shall we schedule a paragliding trip soon?
There once was an epic from Peru
Containing a cake or two
It went to Gilgamesh
some fish was it’s wish
but there were not even two