Royal Duties

The problem for Queen Natasha the Evil is that she has so many royal duties that must be attended. Hu-dad followed her yesterday to document just some of her activities.

fire needs a log

The fire needs another log, Hu-dad.

more snow

We need much more snow, Hu-dad. Get on that.

skiers

Notice that the skiers next door are having a lot of fun because they have more snow. Just saying.

no dinner

I don’t smell dinner cooking yet, Hu-dad.

no dinner

And my dinner is not on the dining room table.

pillow fluffing.

And, finally, Hu-dad, my pillow needs fluffing so that I will be comfortable while you get to those chores.

Queen Natasha the Evil can testify . . . it is so hard to find good help.

3 Comments

  1. houndstooth4 on January 29, 2015 at 6:34 pm

    A queen’s work is never done, and neither is that of her servants!

  2. Kenneth pierson on January 29, 2015 at 10:05 am

    time to invest in a used snow maker humans!

    • Donna Wolfe on January 30, 2015 at 12:26 pm

      Yes, yes a snow maker for fort Herd… how wonderful that would be!! The Siberian Rescue walked in the Christmas Parade in Concord once, local radio station had a snow gun mounted on top of a bus, blowing snow īnto the crowd, was 70 or so that day!!

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