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Monday, November 12, 2012

Zen Monday: #220

On Zen Monday, you write the caption instead of me. Please have at it in the comments.



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On the Camelot Where You Are front, a decisive victory to report:
Lisa is the winner, with #28 from Thursday, Lancelot's Love Bulletin. Congratulations, Lisa! You win a free copy of my new novel, Camelot & Vine, as soon as it comes out. (Before Christmas, I hope! Fingers crossed.)

22 comments:

Shell Sherree said...

I'm stumped, so I'll just say, "Nice dogs!"

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Gives new meaning to "talk to the hand"... the power of red is alive!
:-)

llandudnopictures said...

The dogs look completely unfazed and at peace with the world!

Trish said...

"One of these things is NOT like the otherssssss"

Speedway said...

Her Majesty's Corgis meet their red dragon at the corner of Camelot & Vine.

Loquacious Life said...

Wow! Thank you so much! I'm sooo excited. :)

I love the expression on the boy's face but I am horrible at naming photos, lol. :)

Loquacious Life said...

Oops - sorry, this is Lisa's Chaos, I just forgot to sign into that id. :)

Petrea Burchard said...

Ha! Nice to see the dogs getting along with the big red thing...not like the others...at the corner of C&V--not too far off, Speedway, I took this shot in Hollywood, at a Welsh Fair, or Eisteddfod.

I'm glad you're excited, Lisa! All the entries have been fun, but a note from Lancelot to Guinevere on a bulletin board--how serendipitous!

dive said...

The Royal Family unmasked!

Pasadena Adjacent said...

Whenever I see those blonde Corgies I think of princess Dianna saying they farted a lot. Can I still enter camelot (the contest?) Hos that for a segue?

-K- said...

I love the little boy's expression.

Petrea Burchard said...

Yah, K, the kid's my favorite part.

Two Royal Family (you capitalize "family?") comments in a row!

Yes, PA, you can still enter the contest (and I'd love that) until the book is published. I don't have other entries right now, so if you sent in a photo today I'd hold it until I had at least two more, then post them all in the same week.

Ann Erdman said...

Diggy the Dragon blesses the animals at the First Church of Barney the Dinosaur.

altadenahiker said...

The other Blessing of the Animals. (Albert would be horrified.)

Petrea Burchard said...

I'm with Albert. I never liked these big costume-y things when I was small. They scared me.

Susan Campisi said...

Clifford + Dragon = celebrity offspring

Debs said...

Yes I was going to say something along the lines of what do you get when you cross Clifford the big red dog with a Welsh dragon?

Bellis said...

we may call them corgis now, but they're descended from King Arthur's dragon hounds.

Adele said...

I, too, am scared of big, costumed things. I think that kid may be making his decision right now, on whether or not he will spend his life scared, or delighted, by them. It's a pivotal moment in any child's life...

Michael Coppess said...

Its Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Petrea Burchard said...

Well, whoever it is we are scared of it, and we know it has celebrity offspring with a gas problem.

Ms M said...

A red dragon along with "royal" dogs and a magician fit in well with your Camelot theme. A bit of Camelot in Pasadena?