What Lurks Beneath The Desk

If Hu-Dad snacks while working, he might entice what lurks beneath the desk to emerge and attempt a food raid.

What lurks beneath the desk and spies leftovers?
What lurks beneath the desk and spies leftovers?

The Hu-Dad insisted on working on his next book through the weekend and even brought snacks in to eat. When he left the desk, a certain Siberian Shark attempted to skim the crumbs.

He'll never catch me if I'm fast.
He’ll never catch me if I’m fast.

Unfortunately for our Little Prince, even the crumbs were gone and only a couple of napkins remained. Royalty was mighty displeased.

Where is the good stuff?
Where is the good stuff?

3 Comments

  1. Jean B Burkhardt on September 8, 2020 at 8:18 am

    I believe the little prince had DREAMS of a REALLY tasty snack and guess he was disappointed.I do agree though the pictures are so wonderful of him sneaking to do the sneaky deed!

  2. Debbie and Ruby on September 8, 2020 at 7:58 am

    That beautiful face peeking over the desk is precious.

  3. tammy j on September 8, 2020 at 7:36 am

    now why does the famous music of Jaws play in my mind…
    when I see that first picture?
    😀

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