A Sixth Scent

When Hu-Dad spied Typhoon near the roses, a sixth scent suggested this wasn’t a stop and smell the flowers moment.

Just sniffing roses. Why do you ask? - a sixth scent
Just sniffing roses. Why do you ask?

Today’s story is a great example of how Hu-Dad unfairly judges a Little Prince’s intentions simply because of a little historical pattern. After all, His Royal Highness argued, he merely planned to sniff the roses and savor their smells. Watering them was absolutely, positively not in the plans. What do you think, Dear Readers?

4 Comments

  1. Nancy Walker on November 5, 2022 at 12:08 pm

    It’s the Herd’s version of a Yelp rating system.

  2. Cheryl Seybert on November 5, 2022 at 11:47 am

    Ty I think those roses really want new water not the used variety. LOL!! Grab the big hose🤣🤣🐾🐾

  3. Debbie & Miss Ruby on November 5, 2022 at 9:50 am

    They do look a little parched!! Better get the hose out Typhoon to keep Hu-Dad happy.

  4. Jean Burkhardt on November 5, 2022 at 8:25 am

    Uh oh Typhoon Phooey. I have to agree with Hu-Dad because you are looking a little suspicious 😏. Maybe thinking of watering those roses? I hope not.

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